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About the KVLT Master Plan

 

The Kent Valley Loop Trail was one of the recommendations of the “Let’s Go Kent” walking and biking study, funded by a grant from the King County Department of Health. In August 2014, the city council adopted a master plan to connect the Green River and Interurban Trails, creating unique loop trail experiences and making Kent a regional biking and recreation destination.  When complete, the Kent Valley Loop Trail system will be five paved, multi-use loops that:

 

  • take advantage of the existing intersection of the regional Green River and Interurban Trails in Foster Park at the city's southern end,
  • offer fantastic views of Mt. Rainier and the Green River, and
  • connect to several parks, downtown, and other area attractions.

Kent Valley Loop Trails Map

Get the scoop on the Loops!  Questions? Contact Hope Gibson, Park Planning & Development Manager, 253-856-5112, Stay in the loop....follow us on Facebook twitter instagram-logo 

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Questions? Contact Hope Gibson, Park Planning & Development Manager, 253-856-5112, Stay in the loop....follow us on Facebook twitter instagram-logo 

 

 

GREEN RIVER TRAIL USERS: Please check out King County's Green River Levee Maintenance page for updates on maintenance or repairs to the levee that impact the trail.  You can also follow #GreenRiverTrail @KCDNRP on Twitter and like the King County Rivers Facebook page.