Come join the next free walk in Kent, between 9:30 – 11 a.m., this Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020.

All are invited to safely meet up at Morrill Meadows Park, 10600 SE 248th Street, Kent (find on Google Maps:

This is one in a series of free Feet First self-guided walks this summer on alternate Wednesday mornings of up to 3 miles round trip featuring different locations in and close to Kent. This time our trail is covers Morrill Meadows Park on the Kent East Hill and the loop takes in the new YMCA property. You can walk up to 3 miles by circuits. The trail is mainly paved, but there are several sections of loose rock including through a beautiful forested area.

Look out for our “KENT WALK HERE” event sign board by the park entrance off SE 248th Street. (Do not park east of the park at the YMCA property).

There is no need to pre-register. You will sign-in at the start of your walk at a table set up by the park shelter near the main parking lot. There will be directions where to go. You can walk at your own speed following the trail markers. Start any time between 9 am and 10:30 am (finish by 11 am).

Bring family and friends up to a limit of 6 total.  Dogs on a leash can come too. All participants will need to bring a face covering and be prepared to maintain the 6 feet minimum social distancing COVID-19 requirements.

Also, we have added two October walks:

    • Oct. 7: Hogan Park South on Green River Trail, 24400 Russell Rd. Kent
    • Oct. 21: Green River Trail south from the Three Friends Fishing Hole, 20025 Russell Rd. (off S. 200thSt.) Kent

For the latest details on these and other Feet First walks, please visit:

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