Covering nearly 11 miles, the Sammamish River Trail is an outdoor recreation paradise. Off-limits to motorized vehicles, the entirely paved trail is amazing for jogging, biking, walking, roller skating, and horseback riding. It's also a great way to commute between Seattle and a variety of suburban towns. The trail, which is almost 100% ADA accessible, has five different entry points: Marymoor Park, Blyth Park, Bothell Landing, 60-Acre Park, and Jerry Wilmot Park. Fantastic views include Mount Rainier and the Cascade Foothills.
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Sammamish River Trail is ideal for bicycling, jogging, roller skating, walking, and horseback riding. No motorized vehicles are permitted.
There are a handful of ways that you can access Sammamish River Trail. These include Blyth Park, Jerry Wilmot Park, Bothell Landing, Marymoor Park, and 60-Acre Park.
What sights can I see when I’m on Sammamish River Trail?
Be prepared to be impressed. You’ll be treated to incredible views of the Sammamish River, the expansive Sammamish River Valley, the Cascade Foothills, and Mount Rainier.
Is Sammamish River Trail ADA accessible?
Most of the trail is ADA accessible. There are two short sections that have grades that are sub-standard. One is just east of 96th Avenue NE in Bothell and the other is just north of NE 145th Street.