This neighborhood park features a nice easy trail that passes a pocket forest on the right where deer can sometimes can be spotted. Once in the park the trail loops through second growth forest around a central grassy area. In the spring there are many flowers that adorn the trail. There are a few peek-a-boo views along the way.
Map & Directions
Starting from SR-520, exit on 148th St. NE for 0.3 mile. Turn left on Northup Way, and go for another 1.7 miles before arriving at the park on your right. There is no parking area for the park, so you will have to find street parking.
King County Transit route 226 stops at the intersection of Northup Way and NE 10th St., which is a few hundred feet from the park.