The Foster Island Marsh Loop trail is a 1.5-mile, out-and-back trail located within the Washington Park Arboretum near Seattle. Accessible throughout the year, the Foster Island Loop Trail is best used for hiking, walking, bird viewing and running. Water fowls and eagles are commonly sighted along the trail. Hikers will also get to enjoy immersive views of Lake Washington, Foster Island, Seola Beach and Beverly Park. Because of the wetland ecosystem, lily pads are quite common along the Foster Island Marsh Loop trail. Leashed dogs are permitted.
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