Sammamish River Trail

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The Sammamish River Trail skirts the river that connects Lake Sammamish to Lake Washington. Along the way, enjoy views of the water, the Cascade foothills, and lush wooded areas. It's entirely paved, but a parallel soft-surface trail between Redmond’s Marymoor Park and Northeast 175th Street in Woodinville is available for equestrians.

In Marymoor Park, a short connecting trail links it to the 11-mile East Lake Sammamish Trail, and a little farther north it meets the Bear Creek Trail that heads east and offers access to the restaurants and shopping of Redmond Town Center.

The trail continues north through Redmond, then passes wineries, Redhook Brewery, and Wilmot Gateway Park in Woodinville. It ends in Bothell, where it meets the Burke-Gilman Trail, a Hall-of-Fame Trail that extends down to Seattle.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available in many of the parks along the route, including:

  • Marymoor Park (6046 West Lake Sammamish Parkway NE, Redmond)
  • Wilmot Gateway Park (17301 131st Avenue NE, Woodinville)
  • Blyth Park (16950 W. Riverside Drive, Bothell)

Reviews

Great Trail, One Beef About It

   September, 2014 by chasco83

I love this trail for biking and the fact that it seamlessly becomes the Burke-Gilman trail to extend your ride into Seattle. The trail is flat but can be crowded on nice days and during peak hours. Riding early morning you will often have the trail almost ...read more

Rode the Sammamish River Trail on my trike and it was fabulous!

   January, 2013 by mghecea

I love the way this trail meanders along the east Sammamish river bank and wraps around nature and residential establishments along the river...Great photography, especially at sunset! I rode my Greenspeed trike and even though the road is gravel, it ...read more

   December, 2012 by zaverukha

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