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Watershed Preserve Trails


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  1. Benches
  2. Drinking Fountain
  3. Restrooms
  4. Signs
  5. Trail Surface: Paved
  6. Trail Surface: Soft
  7. Trails
  8. Trash Receptacles
  9. Walking
Watershed Preserve Trail Map

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Watershed Preserve Trails

Soft-surface trails for hiking, horseback riding and bicycling. The Powerline and Gasline Trails are multi-use; Trillium Trail is for equestrians and hikers; Siler Mill Trail is hiking only. West entrance is for equestrians and hikers only with parking at Farrel-McWhirter Park. Parking, restrooms, and ADA accessible boardwalk (Tree Frog Loop Trail) at south support facility off Novelty Hill Road. 

Trout Loop Trail is a short loop adjacent to the parking area. No pets allowed. Rangers on duty in summer. 

Note: Beginning in late May 2010, Puget Sound Energy will begin construction of a new power line between Novelty Hill Road and Avondale Road. Go to this page for more information.


  • 7.5 miles

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  1. Collins Creek Trail

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  2. Old Pond Trail

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  3. Pipeline Trail

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  4. Powerline Trail

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  5. Siler Mill Trail

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  6. Tree Frog Loop

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  7. Trillium Trail

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  8. Trout Loop

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