We’re at work so fish can spawn…


It’s salmon migration time across the Pacific Northwest. Chinook salmon have begun to swim from the open ocean to their freshwater spawning grounds – including areas in the Sammamish Watershed. That’s why King County Parks is putting up a temporary fence along portions of the Sammamish River as it runs through Marymoor Park. The fish…

On the trail: Sammamish River Trail


The Sammamish River Trail (SRT) is one of the most popular trails in King County’s 175-mile Regional Trails System. At nearly 11 miles, it connects the Burke-Gilman trail to Marymoor Park and offers extraordinary views of the river, the rolling Sammamish River Valley, the Cascade Foothils, and even Mount Rainier. As you’re cruising along the…