Snohomish County Parks offers over 100 miles of trails for jogging or trotting, hiking or biking, skating or riding, or perhaps, just a walk in the woods. Check-out the trail links below for details.
Walking / Biking
Nature Trails / Hiking
- Flowing Lake
- Lord Hill
- Lime Kiln Trail
- Machias Trailhead
- McCollum Park (woods)
- Meadowdale Beach Park
- North Creek (boardwalk)
- Olympic View Park
- Portage Creek
- River Meadows Park
- Robe Canyon
- Spencer Island (along the dike)
- Twin Lakes (around the lakes)
- Whitehorse Trail
Class 1 and Class 2 electric-assist bicycles may be operate on a shared-use path (e.g. sidewalk or bike 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.Snohomish County Parks currently limits E-bike use to our 12 foot regional trails (Centennial Trail, Interurban Trail, and sections of the Whitehorse Trail only). E-bike use on our other trails is prohibited
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 HERE