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Accessing the Forest

To South Trailhead:
Directions from downtown Bothell:  

Less than 5 minutes north by car from downtown Bothell on SR 527, turn left (west) onto 240th St SE. Continue for one mile to 7th Ave W and turn right. Drive to the end of the street. Note a DNR trailhead sign with a slope around the left side, or steps up the right side. Back-in or head-in parking is on the left shoulder. Please note that this is a residential area, so drive slowly and be mindful not to block private driveways.

 

Directions from Canyon Park:   

Head west on 228th St. SW just over the hilltop, to Meridian Ave S.  and turn left (south). Continue to the 4-way stop at 240th St SE. Turn right and continue to 7th Ave W. Turn right and drive to the end of the street. Note a DNR trailhead sign with a slope around the left side, or steps up the right side. Back-in or head-in parking is on the left shoulder. Please note that this is a residential area, so drive slowly and be mindful not to block private driveways.

To East Trailhead:

Directions from downtown Bothell:

From downtown Bothell on SR 527, turn left (west) onto 240th St SE. Continue for less than one mile to Meridian Ave S and turn right. Continue to 234th PL SW and turn left. Drive to the end of the street, noting the yellow school gate. Street parking is available along 234th PL SW or on nearby side streets. Please do not block private driveways, sidewalks, or the school gate. The trail starts behind the DNR trailhead kiosk. 

Directions from Canyon Park:
Head west on 228th St. SW just over the hilltop, to Meridian Ave S. and turn left (south). Continue to 234th PL SW and turn right. Drive to the end of the street, noting the yellow school gate. Street parking is available along 234th PL SW or on nearby side streets. Please do not block private driveways, sidewalks, or the school gate. The trail starts behind the DNR trailhead kiosk.