Meadowdale Beach Park

A park in Snohomish County with an easy, three-mile round trip walk from parking lot to beach and return on a nature trail. Lovely views of the Olympic Mountains can be seen while walking through second-growth forest with birds in their native habitat and near a stream with fish.

getting there

Take Exit 183 (164th Street SW) off of I-5. Follow 164th St SW west for 1.5 miles. Turn left onto 44th Ave W, drive 0.4 mile,  and turn right onto 168th St SW. Drive 0.5 mile, passing SR-99, and turn right onto 52nd Ave W. In 0.5 mile, turn left onto 160th St SW, drive 0.2 mile, and turn right onto 56th Ave W. In 03 mile, turn left onto 156th St SW and follow it to the park entrance.

Disabled Access: A gated access road is available for disabled persons. To apply for access, please visit the park's web page.

on the trail

Follow a nature trail through giant trees of the old forest and by a stream with fresh-water fish and migrating salmon. There are birds to see and impressive views of the Olympic Mountains.

  • Suitable Activities: Day Hiking, Trail Running, Urban Adventure, Urban Walking
  • Seasons: Year-round
  • Weather: View weather forecast
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 3.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 425 ft
  • 425 ft
6026 156th SW, Edmonds WA 98026
  • see Land Manager
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