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 5 miles of user-maintained trails and over 42 acres of habitat, the Shelton View Forest is truly a unique space right here in Bothell. 

 

Do you have questions about visiting  Shelton View Forest? Send us an email at sheltonviewforest@gmail.com.

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!

Great Horned
Eagle Scout Project
Thimbleberry
Western Tiger Swallowtail
Building benches
Great Horned Owl
Mushrooms
Eagle
Trillium
Clearing a trail
Great Horned Owl hunting
Broad-leaved Starflower
Forest bench
Great Horned Owl
Owl feather
Earth Day 2018
Great Horned Owl
Red Elderberry
Young Owl
Sword Fern
Two Pileated Woodpeckers
Banana Slug
Water flow in the forest
Salal
Salal berries
Salmon berry
Bike friendly
Fringecup
Valley trail
Indian Plum berries
Salmon Berry
Mushroom
Keeping the Forest clean
Forest Fern
Icicles
Tree Frame
Laila
Paw Print
Rings
Mushroom
Water
Mushroom underside
Pileated Woodpecker
Ferns
Great Horned Owl
Salal
Ridge
Work Party
Great Horned Owl
Pileated Woodpecker
Owlet - June 2015
Growth
Mushroom
Barred Owl
Ferns
Work Party
Conifer Psilocybe
Pileated Woodpecker
Forest beetle
Snow Day
Mossy
Bug on a Sword Fern
Alder canopy
Frost
Steep hill trail
Sunset in the Forest
Fir trees
Trees
Indian Plum blooming
Fall leaf
Moss
Magnificent tree
Oregon Grape
On a hike
Marasmiellus candidus
Forest hike
Little mushroom

Our Gallery

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 sheltonviewforest@gmail.com

We may post them here, or on our Facebook page!

 

Thank you!

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