Re-discover city’s trails system on National Trails Day, June 7


The first Saturday in June is traditionally an excellent weather day in Seattle and a perfect time to discover, celebrate, and learn about trails in the city as part of National Trails Day.  This year, Seattle Parks and Recreation, together with community partners such as the Student Conservation Association, are coming together to raise awareness around trails and to restore and maintain them.   


“National Trails Day is a time for Seattle to celebrate and enjoy their trails by engaging the public in not only the recreation side of trails, but also restoration,” said Parks Acting Superintendent Christopher Williams. “With more than 100 miles of trail in the city, there is always some place for you to explore. Our trails are enjoyed by all for everything from forest restoration, transportation short-cuts between neighborhoods, and plain old walks in the park.”


On Saturday, June 7th, 2014: 

SCA is hosting a Trails Day Project at Cleveland Memorial Forest in Issaquah

You can also join Seattle Parks and Recreation will celebrate National Trails Day with restoration projects at the following parks:

·         Discovery Park – Hidden Valley Trail 

·         Fauntleroy Park – Forrest Court Area

·         Frink Park – 31st & Jackson Entrance

·         Cheasty Mt. View – 28th Avenue Trail


Parks is also encouraging Seattleite’s to get out in the parks and explore the trails in their neighborhood park and tell others by using the hashtag:  #SEATRAILS on Twitter.  





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Call: 206-684-4122

Student Conservation Association