Soaring Eagle Regional Park offers the community more than twelve miles of trails for hiking, biking and horse-back riding. With 600 acres of sanctuary wetlands and mature Pacific Northwest forests, you’re bound to see nesting birds, black-tail deer or perhaps even a bobcat.
To get there: From 228th, turn east on SE 8th Street (across from Sammamish City Hall). Go 1.5 miles (SE 8th turns into 244th Ave SE) then turn right on E Main Drive and follow it for approximately 1.2 miles to the parking lot at the end. Soaring Eagle is also accessible through the Trossachs neighborhood at SE 9th and Trossachs Blvd. SE. In addition, you can access the trail through the Beaver Lake Preserve. Click here for directions to the Beaver Lake Preserve parking lot.