You are here! New trail kiosks

Anyone that has been out on King County Parks’ Regional Trails System has probably run into one of our cool kiosks. Blue-roofed and four-sided, these kiosks hold information about some of our more popular regional trails, a full trail map of the entire network, and now – a smaller detail map showing you where you…

Poetry on the trail

Jim Teeters is the Soos Creek Trail’s poetry ambassador and has been walking the trail for inspiration for over 20 years.

5 ways to stay safe for fall biking

The inevitable turn of the seasons brings a whole host of hazards for people commuting by bicycle to work and school. Follows these five easy steps to stay safe.

Your Big Backyard is covered with these!

They cross the county, from west to east and north to south. They follow lakes and hills. Nearly anywhere an old railroad once crawled, you can find them – trails! By foot or bike, skate or shoe, here in King County, you can travel over 300 miles on separated trails, dedicated to non-motorized transport. That…

Trail Spotlight: 520 Loop (almost!)

Since we have over 300 miles of trails available to us here in King County, it’s always fun to find new routes, explore new trails, and discover new loops to ride. Like many cyclists, we’re super excited for the 520 Trail to be complete. So much so, we thought we’d cruise out to see where…

Picturing Trails Project Update

We’re excited to announce that Jenny Riffle and Melinda Hurst Frye have been selected as our two fine art photographers for our Picturing Trails project!