Petrovitsky Park play area is re-open!


Your little ones can climb, spin, sway and wobble their way around Petrovitsky Park once again. Closed for safety repairs, the play area now features a thick layer of wood chips and meets national safety standards for play area flooring material. The wood chips are an interim measure until the play area is renovated in…

Happy horses heart our Taylor trails


Together with the Tahoma Chapter of the Backcountry Horsemen of Washington and Washington Trails Association, we sliced through the shiny blue ribbon and celebrated our brand spankin’ new trailhead at Taylor Mountain Forest. And it was already being put to good use by the 30 some horses and their humans and trucks and trailers! Funded…

Playground Construction Alert: Ravensdale


  The Ravensdale playground will be closed starting today, April 4 through June for a revamping. Each playground takes approximately 8 to 10 weeks to construct; however, construction is weather dependent and is subject to change. *** This project is funded in part by the voter-approved 2014-2019 King County Parks, Trail and Open Space Replacement…

Trail Alert: Section of Snoqualmie Valley Trail now open!


The Snoqualmie Valley Trail (SVT) in the Stillwater area between Duvall and Carnation is now open! The trail was temporarily closed last June for safety reasons during construction work to repair approximately 1,100 feet of Snoqualmie River bank erosion and slope instability. The record wet winter and multiple flood events delayed the project and reopening…

Taylor Mountain parking lot closed from October through December for expansion.


Taylor Mountain Forest is growing in popularity as a destination for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians – and King County Parks is expanding the parking lot in order to accommodate a greater number of visitors. The parking lot and primary access point to this 1,800-acre working forest that lies between North Bend and Hobart will be closed…