Lord Hill Regional Park | Snohomish County WA

Lord Hill Regional Park is over six miles of designated trails.  Trails can be used for hiking, mountain biking, or even horseback.  We love this park for its close proximity and lush forests that make you feel like you’ve stepped completely in to nature.  We also love this park because you can choose a new path with each visit.

Length: Choose your own!
Gain: 850 feet
Highest Point: 1700 feet
Pets: Allowed on a leash
Level for Families: Moderate; this is UPHILL
Pass / Cost: No pass needed; FREE
Facilities: There are no toilets at the trailhead. One pit toilet at the base of the lookout (bring your own toilet paper).
Parking: Trailhead parking accommodates up to 25 horse trailers and tow vehicles. (So yeah… plenty of room)
Trailhead Co-ordinates: 47.8084, -121.5352

 

 

Snohomish County has done a great job keeping the trail maps up to date. If this is your first visit, I recommend printing out one of the maps to help you navigate. Here’s some helpful downloadable documents (PDF) when visiting Lord Hill Regional Park.

LORD HILL TRAIL MAP

LORD HILL TRAIL MILEAGE

Driving Directions: Lord Hill Park, 12921 150th St. SE, Snohomish

Lord Hill does welcome equestrians and many boy scout troops use this park as outings.  Even with the popularity, I found this park to be such a great option because it isn’t too far away, you can choose at a moments notice how long (or short) you want the trail to be, and even in the middle of a residential area it still feels like you’re lost in the forest.

 

If you’re lucky, you may even be able to spot a family of beavers constructing a dam!

Check out some beautiful pictures from Lord Hill Park!

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