May Creek Trail is located in Newcastle near Renton, Washington, and follows the Seattle-Walla Walla Railroad. During the 1800s, this railroad was used to move coal from the mines. Now the old railroad has been converted to a beautiful trailhead that follows May Creek.
The hiking trail varies in difficulty depending on what part you are on, but it has beautiful plants, interesting animals, and gorgeous water features. This is a great way to spend some time outside and get some exercise. If you look closely, you might see some old houses and historic landmarks as well. This is a fun, enjoyable experience for people of all ages and is a great way to learn more about historic Washington.
From May Creek Trail, take 120th Ave SE to 121st Ave SE. Then, follow this road to May Creek Park Dr. Take May Creek Park Dr toward Renton. Continue onto 43rd Place until it becomes Jones Ave NE, and Antioch Presbyterian Church will be just ahead.
From Antioch Presbyterian Church, head north toward Jones Ave NE. Turn right onto Jones Ave NE. Turn left, and Barrier Reef Aquariums will be located at 1717 Northeast 44th Street Behind, Suite A, Renton, WA 98056.
From Barrier Reef Aquariums, head north toward NE 44th St. Turn left toward NE 44th St, then turn right onto NE 44th St. Turn left, and you should see Dino’s Pub on the right located at 1800 NE 44th St, Renton, WA 98056.
From Dino’s Pub, head south toward NE 44th St, then turn right onto NE 44th St. Turn right onto Lake Washington Blvd NE. After a few quick turns, you should see Econo Lodge Renton-Bellevue on the right, located at 4710 Lake Washington Blvd NE, Renton, WA 98056.
From Econo Lodge Renton-Bellevue, follow NE 44th St to I-405 S. Take 1-405 S to exit 4 for WA-900/Sunset Blvd N. Follow Sunset Blvd and WA-900 toward WA-169 S. Take WA-169 S to SE Maple Valley Hwy. After following Maple Valley Hwy, you should see Multi-M Contracting on the right, located at 2003 SE Maple Valley Hwy Suite 201, Renton, WA 98057.
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