Driving Directions to Trailheads
Snohomish: Snohomish-Wenatchee exit off I-5 onto US2 in Everett. Travel east toward Snohomish for approximately 8 miles. Take the 88th St SE exit off US2 to Snohomish. At the first traffic light, turn right onto Pine Street; follow Pine to the intersection of Pine and Maple Streets where the trail begins.
Pilchuck: Continue on Maple Street from the trail’s beginning in Snohomish. As you leave the city limits, Maple Street becomes Machias Road. Pilchuck Trailhead is on the right approximately 2 miles.
Machias: Continue on Machias Road past the Pilchuck Trailhead to a stop sign. Turn right and follow Machias Road to fire station. Turn left onto Division Street for 2 blocks. Turn left. Trailhead is on the right.
20th Street, Lake Stevens: From SR9 north of Frontier Village, turn right onto Hwy 92. Turn right onto Machias Road and continue south for approximately 3-1/2 miles. Turn right onto 20th Street NE. Trailhead is on the right (13205 20th Street NE). Parking for 100 cars.
Hwy 92 Overpass: From SR9 north of Frontier Village, turn right onto Hwy 92. Turn right onto 127th NE. Trailhead is on the left.
Rhododendron: 5401 107th Avenue NE Lake Stevens, WA 98258
Lake Cassidy Wetlands Park & Interpretive Center (disabled parking only): From SR9 north of Frontier Village, turn right onto 60th St NE; turn right onto 99th Ave. NE; turn left onto 54th St NE; turn left onto 105th Ave NE; follow signs to the park
A gated access road is available for local owners and disabled persons. To apply for disabled access, please submit an application form (17kb pdf document) to the parks administration office
Armar Road: From SR9 north of Frontier Village, turn left onto 108th St NE; turn right onto 67th Ave NE; continue north to just behind 152nd; trailhead is on the right.
Nakashima Heritage Barn & Centennial Trail North: Follow SR9 north (or south) to address (32328 SR9) which is approximately six miles north of Arlington. Park entrance is on the west side of the highway.