Trail Alert: Everywhere


Please do not be alarmed if you come across this rad motorcycle on one of your favorite trails. Details about its purpose are below. *Should you come across this, please notify us immediately and know that crying in public is ok. Mobile mapping vehicle on Regional Trails through 8/25 King County Parks has authorized Transmap…

Trail Alert: Soaring Eagle – OWLS!!!


We have temporarily shut down Devil’s Slide trail inside Soaring Eagle Park due to a reported owl attack. Owls are yet again confusing people’s heads, for prey. Be safe out there and keep one eye on the skies. Just make sure you have eye protection. We will update you if the eagles decide to defend…

Trail Alert: Sammamish River Trail closure


A trail detour goes into effect Aug. 15 through mid-Sept. Trail users can expect brief trail interruptions on the Sammamish River Trail, near the pedestrian footbridge leading to downtown Bothell. The interruptions will affect trail users in both directions. The contractor will be placing sandbag protection in the Sammamish River. In order to keep the public and…

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…

Regional Trail Alert: Snoqualmie Valley Trail closure


King County Parks crews will begin grading work on the Snoqualmie Valley Trail from Duvall south to NE 124th St on Tuesday, 5/31 through Thursday, June 2. The trail will be closed during this work from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day of the closure period. Thank you for your patience during this important…

Trail Alert: Sammamish River Trail


Survey crews are continuing to map property boundaries and utilities and carry out wetland delineation for King County’s sewer upgrade project in Redmond.  During the week of May 23, crews are expected to be working along West Lake Sammamish Parkway, the Sammamish River Trail, and by Marymoor. You can expect to see surveyors in bright…