Millwright Loop Trail
Open daily; closed dusk – dawn
Please note: Near construction areas, portions of the trail may be closed and/or detoured.
Put on those walking shoes or grab a bike to enjoy Port of Everett’s Millwright Loop Trail. The nearly 4-mile pathway is located between 10th and 18th Streets off West Marine View Drive, providing pedestrian access through the Port of Everett’s marina facilities. The trail connects into the larger city trail system.
Any history buffs out there?
The Millwright Loop Trail also pays tribute to Everett’s milltown past with nine historic interpretive signs and exhibits along the way. Stop and connect with site history, or make a kids activity out of it with the Port's history hunt below.
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Pigeon Creek Trail
Enjoy a walk, run or bike ride with unique working waterfront views. The Port's one-mile Pigeon Creek Trail is accessible via Terminal Avenue. The trail parallels the Port of Everett’s international Seaport, offering a glimpse into cargo shipping operations. The trail leads out to Pigeon Creek Beach and Viewpoint, which offers a breathtaking view overlooking the serene saltwater beach.
Union Slough Nature Trail
Open for public use seasonally
Become one with nature while enjoying a beautiful walk through the Port of Everett’s Union Slough Saltmarsh. The 24-acre site has natural trails filled with bird and wildlife viewing opportunities, so don’t forget your binoculars.
Bay Wood Nature Trail
Please note: The dedicated public parking stalls to support the new trail will not officially open for public use until construction is complete on the building and the new site tenant opens up.
The new half-mile Bay Wood Nature Trail provides public access to the former waterfront mill site for the first time in the Port of Everett's history. An extension of the City of Everett's Mill Town Trail, the new 8-foot-wide pathway features viewpoints that overlook the mouth of the Snohomish River and Port Gardner Bay. A few visitor parking spaces will be available for users of this ADA-compliant trail at 200 W. Marine View Drive once the Baywood Business Park it circumnavigates opens.