Explore the Centennial Trail in Snohomish County. Many residents of Snohomish County love to get out and enjoy the Centennial Trail. It is a great way to get out on your bike, walk, run, or ride your horse.
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The Centennial Trail is about 30 miles long and goes from the Snohomish County - Skagit County border to the City of Snohomish. It runs though Snohomish, Lake Stevens, Marysville, and Arlington. The trail itself is about 10 feet in width that is paved, Then there is a natural 6 foot wide path along side it that allows for horseback, or if you prefer trail running.
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Since this is a paved and well maintained trail, there are some conveniences along the way. Don't worry if you have to go the bathroom, there are restrooms along the trail. There are also some picnic tables and picnic shelters, so you can plan your day out to kick back and relax.
Are you looking to buy a home in Snohomish County? Do you want to be able to get out and exercise in a safe environment, not having to worry about running on the roads alongside cars and trucks? How about a place where you can take the kids to ride their bikes and not worry about traffic?
Living nearby the Centennial Trail is a great option for you. I take advantage of the Centennial Trail and enjoy a bike ride with my family. Call me to learn more about living in Snohomish County so I can help you find the home that meets your needs.
Keller Williams NWRE LLC
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