The Green River Trail currently stretches nearly 20 miles through the industrial heart of the Green River Valley from the southern suburbs of Seattle to Kent, connecting to a number of neighborhoods and parks. As you might expect, the trail follows Washington's scenic Green River for its entire route.
Direct connections to the Interurban Trail
can be found twice along the Green River Trail; the first is in the north near Fort Dent Park and the second is at the trail's southern end near Foster Park on S. 259th Street. The Green River Trail currently ends in the south in Kent's North Green River Park, but long-term plans for the future call for an extension farther south through Auburn to Flaming Geyser State Park.
Parking for the Green River Trail can be found in Kent where the trail intersects the Interurban Trail at S. 259th Street and in the north at Cecil Moses Memorial Park off 27th Ave. S. Parking is also available at a number of other parks along the trail's route; refer to the TrailLink map for the exact locations.
I have been running/walking on this trail for about 5 years. It is a great trail and safe. I will be happy when they remove the sandbags but all in all it is great.