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Take exit #17 off of I-405. At end of off-ramp, turn right and cross over freeway. At the first light, turn right again. Head south on 116th Ave. NE. At the four-way stop, continue straight ahead. The park entrance is located at the first opening in the trees on your left
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Locally known as the “wilderness in the city” Bridle Trails is truly a park in an urban setting and despite being bounded on all sides by interstate or housing, Bridle Trails still manages to have a bit of wilderness flair. An interesting fact about this unique area is that Bridle Trails was the first park west of the Mississippi designed exclusively for equestrian use.
- Land Manager is Washington State Parks – http://parks.state.wa.us/481/Bridle-Trails
- A Discover Pass is required
- Bicycles are not allowed in the park
- No camping – This is a day use only park
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