Spring Lake/Lake Desire Park

Several miles of easy trails in the Issaquah Alps area between Renton and Kent to the east. This is a forested area between Spring Lake and Lake Desire that is home to unique plants such as Labrador Tea and 900-foot Echo Mountain with great views. Trails connect to Wetland 14 Natural Area, McGarvey Park Open Space, Petrovitsky Park, and Peterson Lake Natural Area for up to 11 miles of hiking.

  • Length: 6.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 400 ft
  • 880 ft
  • Land Manager: King County Parks & Recreation
  • Parking Permit Required: None
  • Recommended Party Size: 12
  • Maximum Party Size: 12
  • Maximum Route/Place Capacity: 12
Map
  • see Land Manager
Activities

Upcoming Activities

Intro to Frontcountry Trail Running - Spring Lake/Lake Desire Park

Trail Running Field trip: Introduction to Trail Running: Frontcountry
Learn and practice trail running skills at a local frontcountry trail.
Wed, Jun 8, 2022
No Prerequisites
0 participants 0 instructors
Registration closes Jun 6
Foothills Branch
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Titles

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  • Spring Lake
  • Lake Desire
  • Spring Lake & Lake Desire
  • Echo Mountain
  • Spring Lake, Lake Desire & Echo Mountain
  • Wetland 14 Natural Area
  • Spring Lake & Wetland 14 Natural Area
  • Spring Lake & McGarvey Open Space
  • McGarvey Open Space
  • Spring Lake & Petrovitsky Park
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