Get out and explore!
The Shelton View Forest is an amazing place to hike, run, bike, walk the dog, bird watch or just get some fresh air! With over 4 miles of user-maintained trails and 42 acres of habitat, the Shelton View Forest is truly a unique space right here in Bothell. If you haven't visited the space yet and are wondering what to expect, the video to the right will give you a good introduction!
Still have questions about visiting the Shelton View Forest? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take our video tour of the Shelton View Forest! Learn about access points, trail layout and ideal spots for viewing owls, pileated woodpeckers and other birds. Also learn what areas are in danger of development and why we are mobilizing to preserve this unique space before it is too late. Once you view the video, get out there and explore on your own!
Want to explore the trails? Click on the map to view our trail map!
Wondering whoooo is living in the forest? Click the owl to view our biodiversity overview!
Shelton View Forest Sounds
Two Great Horned Owls hooting back and forth in the Shelton View Forest.
Pileated Woodpecker drumming and calling in the Shelton View Forest.
Coyotes yipping and howling in the Shelton View Forest.
All of these images were captured by users of the Shelton View Forest.
Have picures of your own you would like to share? Please send them to us at
We may post them here, or on our Facebook page!