Questions about Kent trails?
Trails are abundant in Kent. Enjoy views of Mt. Rainier, birds and wildlife in a serene environment. Commute to work by bike or on foot. Bring the whole family! Some are paved and/or inside parks and include benches, drinking fountains and restrooms.
INTERURBAN TRAIL USERS, PLEASE NOTE: Access and use may be impacted by the South 228th St. Improvements project, managed by the Kent Public Works Department - LEARN MORE HERE
GREEN RIVER TRAIL USERS, PLEASE NOTE: A section of trail is CLOSED until Summer 2020 for the Lower Russell Levee Setback project and relocation of Van Doren's Landing Park. Follow posted detour routes and LEARN MORE HERE.
July 6, 2020: A section of the Green River Trail is CLOSED until Summer 2022 for construction of the Lower Russell Levee Setback. Trail users must detour to 64th Ave. South between South 212th St. (Boeing Rock) and South 228th St. (Russell Woods Park). Follow the detour routes shown.
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) *
Soos Creek Trail - 6 miles ( King County Regional Trail) *
* Lake Youngs Trail and Soos Creek Trail are fully maintained by King County. Please visit King County Regional Trails for more information.