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This is a well maintained walking spot in Federal Way. The natural & boardwalk trail is approximately 2 miles (flat) round trip. There is also a historical (pioneer days) Federal Way/Seattle/Tacoma information site & cabin at the park that is staffed by the Federal Way...More
As other reviews note, this is an easy walk. The parking is not always ideal, but it is a nice place to take a break. There are a couple open areas ideal for having a picnic. Even on hot days the trees and plants keep...More
This little park is right in Federal Way, but remains a hidden gem. It is an easy hike along gravel trails and boardwalk, and an opportunity to see plenty of birds, rabbits, squirrels, etc. The parking lot is small and can get full on a...More
If you are interested in nature this is the place to go. The path is a boardwalk about 2 feet above the water. Depending on the time of day you will get the chance to see all kinds of wild life. The path you take...More
If I recall correctly, there is a small fee of a couple dollars to use this area, but it's a really nice trail to walk in the heat of summer. It is shady, with scattered sunlight with a wooden slat walkway, and lush wetlands growth...More
I have known about West Hybelos Wetlands park for decades, It's amazing in city park that is truly one with nature. All the varieties are named, the boardwalks and paths wonderful. A peaceful haven in the midst of Federal Way.
Decided I wanted to go somewhere to walk but not on a busy trail. This place is well hidden but I felt very safe. The boardwalk was amazing to walk and there were different placards to read and learn about the area.
This is a natural wetlands that has a lot to see about nature. You can go on this walk now and after the next store it is different. It is a preserved area with great learning opportunity for Children.
The West Hylebos Wetlands Parks features a large trail network through 120 acres of unique old growth forest and wetlands in the heart of Federal Way. These wetlands are equal parts wildlife refuge, ecological and... More
The West Hylebos Wetlands Parks features a large trail network through 120 acres of unique old growth forest and wetlands in the heart of Federal Way. These wetlands are equal parts wildlife refuge, ecological and hydrological conservatory, nature trail, and pure natural wonder. One of the last remaining bogs in South King County, the Hylebos wetlands is easy to reach explore. I do not believe pets are allowed as the trail is all on boardwalk because it is a wet lands. The rules for this park are posted at the parking lot on South 348th. I have never seen pets there. Hope that helps. It is a wonderful walk. Just found out -It's worth noting that there is a STRICT no dog policy for this small trail network, this includes dogs on a leash.