Trails for walking, jogging, and cycling are abundant in Kent. In fact, if you walked all 26.2 miles of trails in Kent, you would complete a marathon! The paved trails along the Green River and the Interurban Trail offer magnificent views of Mt. Rainier and a peaceful environment away from major traffic arterials.
Public art along Morrill Meadows Park trail
Clark Lake Park (additional sections under development) - 1.86 miles
Take the Walk of Native Trees & Shrubs: Walk of Native Trees at Clark Lake Park
Green River Trail - 10.46 miles one way
Measurement includes both separated trails and shared roadways. (Adjoins 3 mile Christensen Trail in Tukwila.) 6.2 mile loop, West Meeker to S. 212th via Russell Road and Frager Road.
Interurban Trail - 6.10 miles (Regional King County Trail) North end adjoins Interurban Trail through Tukwila, South end adjoins Interurban Trail through Auburn.
Kent Valley Loop Trails (connects the Green River and Interurban Trails with distinct loops of varying distances)
Lake Fenwick Trail - 1.09 miles
Morrill Meadows Trail - .25 miles wooded trail, .25 miles meadow trail
Pine Tree Park (loop) - .40 miles
S. 277th Street Trail - 1.1 miles
Springwood Park (loop) - .41 miles
West Fenwick Park
Lower trial (loop) .30 miles
Upper trail (round trip from lower loop) .44 miles
For more detailed trail facility information and safety tips for trail use, request a copy of the Kent Parks & Recreation Facility Guide (3,415 KB, PDF), or our Cycling & Walking Guide (541 KB, PDF).