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Waterfront Trails

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IMG_8074The Port of Everett offers miles of waterfront walkways stretching from the Port’s South Terminal to the Union Slough mitigation site. The Port's waterfront public access trail system, also known as "The W," consists of a nearly four-mile pathway located between 10th and 18th streets along West Marine View Drive. It provides pedestrian access throughout the marina facilities along the beautiful Port of Everett waterfront. Along the way, keep an eye out for wildlife, and historical markers documenting the site’s rich history of lumber and shingle mills, commercial fishing and boat building industries along the waterfront.  

Port of Everett's Waterfront Trail - "The W"

Put on those walking shoes or grab your bike to enjoy the Port of Everett’s newest public access path. The nearly four-mile pathway, located between 10th and 18th Streets along West Marine View Drive, provides pedestrian access throughout the marina facilities along the Port of Everett’s beautiful waterfront. Click here for the walking and biking map.

Pigeon Creek Trail 

Located along the edge of the Port of Everett’s shipping terminals, Pigeon Creek Trail offers a one-mile walking path where visitors can witness international trade in action while passing by the Port’s facilities on their way to Pigeon Creek Beach.

Union Slough Trail

Become one with nature while enjoying a beautiful walk through the 24-acre Union Slough marshland. Don’t forget your binoculars! There is plenty to see at this site.