Cedar River Trail Park

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Scenic Cedar River Trail Park is located at the mouth of the Cedar River where it flows north into Lake Washington. This 24-acre park contains picnic areas that are close to the water, play equipment, and a non-motorized boat launch.  A beautiful spot for viewing birds of all species including Blue Herons and Bald Eagles, it is also a place to witness the annual salmon migration into the Cedar River watershed.

COVID-19 Update:  Face coverings are not required when outside, unless in crowded outdoor spaces when 6-foot distances cannot be maintained.  Remember COVID-19 is still present in our communities and those not fully vaccinated should continue to follow CDC guidelines.  For information on Safe Reopening:  Public Health - Seattle & King County.

TRACK Trail at Cedar River Trail Park

Kids bring your families to have fun and learn along the Cedar River Trail - remember to continue social distancing protocols. Four TRACK Trail brochures can be printed at home via kidsinparks.com and you can use them on any hike.  Earn prizes when you record your journey online.

TRACK Trail is a free self-guided hike, the first in Washington, that uses educational brochures for children and families. 


  • Sunrise to sunset


  • Access Cedar River
  • Access Cedar River Trail
  • Cedar River boathouse
  • Children's TRACK Trail
  • Launch for non-motorized boats 
  • Play equipment 
  • We are not currently reserving picnic shelters due to COVID-19.
  • Restrooms (Open seasonally)

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