Bridle Trails Park Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 established in 2002 to protect, preserve, maintain, and enhance Bridle Trails State Park. All donations are tax deductible, consistent with current law. Thanks for visiting. Your support is appreciated!

COUGAR SIGHTED in the park July 26, 2019.

ALERT: Seattle City Light will be trimming trees on the trail under the powerline starting Tuesday, August 6th, or Wednesday the 7th. The crew will be working for 1-3 days, between 8AM and 3PM.

Join us for  BOTANY WALK Saturday, August 10th

Come to our annual BLUEGRASS & BBQ IN THE PARK event August 15th

Bridle Trails Community Club's annual BRIDLE TRAILS NIGHT OUT is August 13th. The Foundation will be there with some native animal specimens for kids to touch and see, and Ranger Matt Birklid will be there to answer questions and talk about the JUNIOR RANGER PROGRAM.

Check out our wonderful 2019 SPONSORS!

Our 2019 Party in the Park was a big success!

Get your race results for the Bridle Trails Coyote Challenge 5k run/walk  HERE.

Please see the list of our 2019 events HERE.

See someone with a bicycle or dog off-leash in the park? Report this safety violation HERE.

See the write-ups of our past events in Information & Past Events to the right, and check out our PHOTO GALLERY of events and mushrooms in the park.

Check out the State Parks FREE DAYS for 2019. No Discover Pass required on these days.