Most reviewed Jogging Paths & Tracks in Washington

  1. 4.5 Discovery Park (876 reviews)
    - Nice hike within the city limits
    Spent 1-2 hours Parks • Jogging Paths & Tracks
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    This 534-acre nature park boasts extensive trails and breathtaking views amid lush nature. It occupies most of the historic Fort Lawton site and features heritage buildings like a chapel, gymnasium, and horse stable. You can also hike or bike through the forest and visit the West Point Lighthouse and the beach for views of downtown Seattle and Mount Rainer from a distance. The surroundings are mostly residential, so bring some food to have a picnic. You can visit Discovery Park for free but expect to pay for parking which is quite limited and fills up quickly especially on weekends. – Tripadvisor See more..
  2. 4.5 Centennial Trail (42 reviews)
    - Independence Day Bike Ride
    Spent 1-2 hours Biking Trails • Jogging Paths & Tracks
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    Paved walk/bike trail, with equestrian lanes on the side. It's a pretty easy bike-ride, although the long, gradual upgrades can be tiring if you ride the whole 30-miles each way. For a Saturday morning on 4th of July weekend the trail wasn't awfully crowded, people were polite and friendly, and there was plenty of parking available at the trail start, by Nakashima Barn. Nakashima Barn is the historic site of the Nakashima family dairy farm. During WWII, in 1942, the family was forced to sell and sent to a relocation camp. A Saturday Farmer's Market was being held in Arlington, at a city park on the trail. See more..
  3. 4.5 Larry Scott Memorial Trail (42 reviews)
    - A great trail for walking and biking
    Spent More than 3 hours Biking Trails • Equestrian Trails • Jogging Paths & Tracks
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    We walked from the Port Townsend boat dock down to the 2.5 mile marker and back. But you could go much further, a total of 7.5 miles one way. The trail is very well marked and maintained. Much of it is wide gravel or even paving. There was good tree cover most of the way after leaving the harbor area. You could also start from the other end at the Milo Curry trailhead off Discovery Road near the Four Corners. Go left at the Shell station. See more..
  4. 4.5 Bill Chipman Palouse Trail (19 reviews)
    - A Pullman Business Leader's Legacy, a Community Treasure
    Spent 1-2 hours Biking Trails • Hiking Trails • Jogging Paths & Tracks
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    The Bill Chipman Trail, created to honor the memory of a great Pullman businessman and community leader, provides pedestrians and cyclists a safe, scenic trail to enjoy between Pullman, Washington and Moscow, Idaho. The completion of the BCT also served as the catalyst to an entire system of paths and trails that have been developed over the past 15 years in and around Pullman, enhancing the quality of life here for residents and visitors alike. See more..

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