Parks & Trails

With over 1,500 acres dedicated to parks and open space, Issaquah Highlands has plenty of places to walk, hike, and bike.

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Important Parks Information

Please read posted signage for safety rules and appropriate age ranges. Dogs should be leashed at all times. Please pick up after your pet. 

Park & Trail Maps

Issaquah Highlands Parks & Trails map, updated 2020

Grand Ridge Park brochure and map, updated 2020 by King County Parks and Recreation Division

Park & Trail FAQs

Who maintains Issaquah Highlands parks?

While most Issaquah Highlands parks are managed and maintained by the Issaquah Highlands Community Association (IHCA), Issaquah Highlands also includes the city of Issaquah parks and is directly adjacent to Grand Ridge Park, a 1,200-acre forested park managed by King County.

Can I reserve a park picnic shelter?

Issaquah Highlands parks managed by the IHCA are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and are not reservable. 

The city of Issaquah manages Central Park and reservations of its picnic shelters. Get more information on the city’s website.

How can I report a concern about Issaquah Highlands parks?

You can report concerns about Issaquah Highlands parks using this online form. Under “Topics,” select “Landscape: Common Areas/Parks.” You can also report concerns using the IHCA mobile app (available on iOS and Android), or by calling the IHCA office at 425-427-9257.

Recent News

WTA work partiesParks
May 3, 2022

Caring for Our Trails: Washington Trails Association

In Spring 2022 Connections, we profiled organizations that do critical work to maintain and preserve our trails; this is the fifth…Learn More
Committee members help build the Grand Ridge connector trailCommunityParks
April 29, 2022

Remembering the Issaquah Highlands Parks & Trails Committee

Marc Steingrebe is a Sorrento resident and a former member of the Issaquah Highlands Parks & Trails Committee, which disbanded…Learn More
Mountain bikers on the Grand Ridge TrailConnectionsParks
March 31, 2022

Caring for Our Trails: King County

In Spring 2022 Connections, we profiled organizations that do critical work to maintain and preserve our trails; this is the…Learn More
ConnectionsDevelopmentDevelopment NewsParks
October 14, 2021

2021 Development Update: Central & East Issaquah Highlands

Tract D The small parcel at the base of College Drive, along NE Falls Drive between the Highlands at Wynhaven…Learn More

Have questions or concerns about Issaquah Highlands parks and trails?

Contact the IHCA at 425-427-9257 or send an email.

Email the IHCA