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Marymoor Connector Trail

A group of people stroll along the paved trail with rough-cut wooden railings on either side

About the Trail

The Marymoor Connector Trail is the link that connects the eastern most portion of the Sammamish River Trail with the northern most section of the East Lake Sammamish Trail and part of the 44-mile long Locks to Lakes Corridor that allows travel from the shores of the Puget Sound in Golden Gardens Park in Seattle into the foothills of the Cascade Mountains.

The trail is a wide, off-road path that parallels Marymoor Way. The trail allows Marymoor Park visitors to walk or wheel to different area of the park, from the baseball diamonds in the west side of the park to the RC Airfield in the east side of the park. It also goes past the cricket fields, the velodrome, and the climbing wall.

The Marymoor Connector Trail is a great path for a walk, bike ride, or just some sight seeing around the regions largest park.