Seahurst Park

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Overview

Trail Features

Dogs
Allowed
Fees
None
Kids
Allowed
Route
Loop
Users
Multi-use
Length
1.8 miles
Parking
Yes
Surface
Dirt and Rock
Bathrooms
Yes
Elevation
351 feet
Difficulty
Beginner
Trail hours
Sunrise-Sunset
Parking hours
Sunrise-Sunset
Water fountains
Yes
Vending machines
None

The Seahurst Park trail is a 1.8-mile, loop trail located within the Ed Munro Seahurst Park near Seattle. Moderately trafficked, the Seahurst Trail is best used for hiking, walking, running and nature walks. Accessible throughout the year, the Seahurst Trail is the great destination for families with children and inexperienced hikers. Conifers, trillium, havens, skunk cabbage, youth on age, salmonberries, thimbleberries, ferns and moss are common on the trail. Common wildlife includes woodpeckers, crows, and gulls. Hikers will be rewarded with immersive views of Normandy Park, Vashon Island, Star Lake and Mercer Island. While dogs can access the Seahurst Park Trail, they should always be on a leash.

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