Questions about Kent trails?
Trails are abundant in Kent. Enjoy views of Mt. Rainier and observe birds and wildlife in a serene environment. Many trails are paved and include benches, drinking fountains, parks and restrooms along the way.
4/30/2018: INTERURBAN TRAIL USERS, please note the TRAIL DETOURS SHOWN BELOW in effect for the Interurban Trail in Kent during railroad grade separation construction. Learn More.
South. 277th Street Trail - 1.1 miles
Clark Lake Park - 1.86 miles
Green River Natural Resources Area - WALKING ONLY, no bicycles allowed. Owned and managed by Kent Public Works.
Green River Trail - 10.46 miles in Kent (King County Regional Trail)
Interurban Trail in Kent - 6.10 miles (King County Regional Trail)
Kent Valley Loop Trails - Multiple loops, anchored by the Green River and Interurban Trails
Lake Fenwick Park - 1.09 miles
Lake Youngs Trail - 9 miles (King County Regional Trail) *
Morrill Meadows Park - .25 miles wooded trail, .25 miles meadow trail
Old Fishing Hole - Loop of .25 miles
Soos Creek Trail - 6 miles ( King County Regional Trail) *
Springwood Park - Loop of .41 miles
West Fenwick Park - Loops of .30 and .44 miles
* Lake Youngs Trail and Soos Creek Trail are fully maintained by King County. Please visit King County Regional Trails for more information.