From trails to parks and everything in between, our residents know the best spots to make the most of the great outdoors in Mukilteo.
Here are 9 tips for getting active and exploring Mukilteo:
Located at 9600 Mukilteo Speedway Mukilteo, WA 98275
A local favorite, there is no beating the Big Gulch Trail System. “Love love love big gulch trail,” shares Janet B. “One minute you’re in the middle of civilization and the next you’re far far away in a place that could be hundreds of miles away. Just a small sign marks the trailhead across from the fire department. I’ve spent many hours breathing, thinking, singing on that trail!”
Anne agrees: “The Big Gulch Trail System! Wonderful hiking, easy access and beautiful scenery.” She adds that it’s a “great way to connect with nature and dogs are welcome!”
Finally, Jenny E has some second-hand knowledge: “I don’t personally do this but have heard rumors that the gulch offers a phenomenal mountain bike trail system for the hardcore mountain bikers. My brother-in-law is a mountain biker living in Louisville KY and he has heard and biked the trail! Pretty sure it is a favorite activity for many Mukilteoans (is that a word?).”
Located at 1301 5th St. Mukilteo, WA 98275
A top hiking spot, the Japanese Gulch has built a reputation among bikers as well. According to Janet, “Japanese Gulch is widely known by mountain bikers far and wide as one of the best urban rides around!!! Not to be underestimated as bikers come from different states to ride this special trail.”
Located at 1130 5th St. Mukilteo, WA 98275
The first and only off-leash dog park in Mukilteo, Tails & Trails Dog Park is a must for dog owners. Janet describes it as “a meeting place for like-minded dog owners to gather with their four-legged friends.” It is the perfect spot to enjoy the weather, meet new friends, and spend time with your pup.
Located at 609 Front St. Mukilteo, WA 98275
A must-see for locals and tourists, Lighthouse Park is packed with things to do. Campfires on the beach, a playground, tours of the lighthouse, and so much more make this the ideal place to enjoy a warm summer day in Mukilteo.
Located at 513 Webster St. Mukilteo, WA 98275
Pay tribute to Mukilteo’s founders at the Pioneer Cemetery. “Don’t forget the landmark graveyard,” shares Janet. “Headstones tell the story of our founder’s lives and untimely deaths including the young from influenza and those that built and called Mukilteo (“good camping spot”) their permanent home.”
Located at 11817 Harbour Pointe Blvd. Mukilteo, WA 98275
Time to clean off those clubs! “Our Harbour pointe golf course with its famous signature 10th hole featured in golf digest presents golfers with challenging golf and breathtaking scenery,” says Janet. With programs for all ages and genders, everyone can take advantage of the beauty and fun Harbour Pointe offers.
Located at 4800 92nd St. SW Mukilteo, WA 98275
“Mukilteo has lots of small and big parks, most of them ideal for reading, picnicking and relaxing,” Anne shares. “One of my favorite is the 92nd street park where kids can play on different play equipment.” If your little one needs to run off some steam, check out 92nd Street Park.
Located near 796 Front St. Mukilteo, WA 98275
Mukilteo even has spots for divers! “Not well known, but there is a dive site of off “T-Dock” on Front Street,” shares Anne. Indeed, this spot is a favorite for night and deep divers and offers opportunities for viewing Puget Sound’s water life. For a dive to remember, check out the T-Dock.
Located at 7609 44th Ave. W Mukilteo, WA 98275
“If you don’t feel like hiking, but like to be outside, you can always volunteer at the Mukilteo Community Garden,” shares Anne. “They grow lots of veggies to support the neighborhood food banks. You can also rent a bed to grow your own organic veggies.” Enjoy nature and help your community flourish at this quaint garden.