At the north end of the Key Peninsula lies 360 Trails, a space where walkers, equestrians and mountain bikers alike can explore Washington woodlands. The main trail is a large open loop that takes about an hour to walk and there are smaller trails that cut back and forth in the woods that mingle with the main loop trail.
Please take note...
As of now, we are no longer able to offer parking or access to the old entrance (144th St. NW) to 360 Trails. Public use of this road is no longer permitted. Please use the Gateway Park parking lot and trailhead to access 360 Trails.
Key Pen Parks leases 360 Trails from the Department of Natural Resources (through 2059). Our lease is not ending, but a trust land transfer to Key Pen Parks will ensure outdoor recreational opportunities without the impacts of timber harvesting. Key Pen Parks has full responsibility for 360 Trails for recreational purposes, along with responsibilities to manage forest health; however, because we do not own the land, DNR is able to facilitate timber harvests as they see fit. Learn more.