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We had never explored Edmonds and decided to try this beach park. We were not quite dressed for the hike, as it is more challenging than a simple, flat stroll. Some hikers were using walking poles and most were dressed in athletic gear. But we...More
Ok so it is nice to see some land made into a park with forest walks and access to the shoreline but this park has very limited parking at the far east end, no parking a the southwest entrance and it is no way ADA...More
Fantastic all-in-one suburban forest park for hiking and beach access. Parking is tight here, but free.
Note - to get to the beach, it's about a mile hike through the forest trail. There is an alternative route and small parking lot, but it's not well...More
My Mom and I couldn't find parking at the trailhead, so we parked at Haines Wharf Park and walked through the neighborhood to the beach then up the trail to the other parking lot & back! It was a wonderful walk! Decent port-a-potties and lots...More
Mid-June produces the lowest tides of the year. This year there was a minus 3.6. At Meadowdale this results in a considerable expanse of Sandy beach front. North of the Lund Creek is more sandy and level. Large patches of eel grass contains schools of...More
This is the Pacific Northwest in a snapshot - old growth forest down to a sandy beach. The trail is about a mile long, steep and uneven in places (even downhill), so it is not very wheelchair-accessible (though there an alternate way down that is...More
Our small group really enjoyed hiking down the wooded path (with lots of stairs) to the beach in the morning, after you go underneath the railroad tracks. Lots of children arrived after noon to have their picnic lunch there. The very low tide enabled us...More
It is fun once you get down there but it is a long climb back up. There are stairs, so that is easy, but there are hundreds of them! Not recommended for young hikers unless you are prepared to carry them up the many stairs!
Here is one of the wonderful things about the Snohomish County Park system. They have created a wonderful beach and picnic green at the mouth of an old growth draw, that can only be reached by hiking the 1.25 miles down a shaded path that...More