Snohomish County Parks offers over 100 miles of trails for jogging or trotting, hiking or biking, skating, skateboarding, or riding, or perhaps, just a walk in the woods. Check-out the trail links below for details.

Please note, with exception to 3-wheeled vehicles for disabled mobility and Class 1 and 2 e-bikes (see policy below), motorized vehicles are not allowed on any Snohomish County Park trail.

Learn about trail etiquette on our Sharing the Trails page.

Mounted horseback riders ready to head-out of Lord Hill parking lot


Class 1 and Class 2 electric-assist bicycles can operate on a shared-use regional trail path (Centennial Regional Trail, Interurban Regional Trail, and Whitehorse Regional Trail or any part of a highway designated for the use of bicycles. E-Bikes are classified as follows:

Class 1:  The motor provides assistance when a rider is pedaling and stops assisting when the bicycle reaches a speed of 20 mph.

Class 2: The motor can propel the bicycle without pedaling but does not assist when the bicycle reaches a speed of 20 mph.

Class 3: The motor assists when the rider is pedaling and stops when the bicycle reaches a speed of 28 mph. It also has a speedometer. Riders must be at least 16 years old to operate a Class 3 e-bike (there is no age restriction for slower e-bikes). Class 3 bikes are not permitted on a shared-use path.

Additional information on E-bikes can be found online.