Trail Spotlight: Green to Cedar Rivers


When completed, the Green to Cedar Rivers Trail will be an 11-mile-long trail that follows an abandoned railroad route, intersecting with the Cedar River Trail in the north and terminating along the Green River in the south, near Flaming Geyser State Park. Locals may know 3 miles of it as the Lake Wilderness Trail, because…

Playground Updates: Ravensdale Park now open and Tolt MacDonald Park now closed


Ravensdale Park Now open!!! Check out the pictures below. Tolt MacDonald Park Closed through September. *** This project is funded in part by the voter-approved 2014-2019 King County Parks, Trail and Open Space Replacement Levy. Thank you for your support! For more information on the program and other capital improvement projects click here.

Trail Alert: Tokul Trestle now open on Snoqualmie Valley Trail


A three-mile-long stretch of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail has been closed since September for major repairs to the historic Tokul Creek Trestle. We are happy to announce that the bridge is now open! While users are welcome to once again use this portion of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail, keep in mind that while the bridge work…

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…

Transformation Tuesday: South County Ballfield playground is now open!


As of Thursday, Sept. 17 the South County Ballfield playground is now open. The project was completed a week ahead of schedule and within the budget at approximately $130,000. This is our first playground with rubber safety tile instead of wood chips. A huge thank you to everyone involved in the process. Check out the…