Just minutes from Seattle and the Eastside, you can swiftly get to everywhere from Kenmore – whether by the highway, trail, or water.
Bicycling is a great way to travel around Kenmore for recreation or transportation. The Burke-Gilman Trail is a popular, recreational trail for cyclists, walkers, joggers, skaters, and strollers. This regional trail is also an important nonmotorized route for weekday bicycle commuters between Seattle and the Eastside. The trail offers great access and views of Lake Washington, the Ship Canal, Lake Union, various neighborhoods, and points east via other regional trails.
Riding the Bus
The Kenmore Park & Ride is served by King County Metro and Sound Transit. There are ten different Metro and Sound Transit routes that will take you east to Woodinville, southeast to Bellevue, west to Shoreline, and southwest to Seattle including University District, First Hill, and Downtown. The popular park and ride has 603 parking spaces, 12 bike lockers, and bike racks.
Carpool and Vanpool Options
Help reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality, and sustain the quality of living in our region by connecting with a ridematch partner by using RideshareOnline.com. This online system is managed by Washington State Department of Transportation and assists commuters by providing free carpool and vanpool ride matching services.
Seaplane and Water
There’s a reason this well-loved city’s nickname is Kenmore by the Lake. Discover Kenmore and the surrounding area by launching your boat or human-powered watercraft from the Kenmore Boat Launch and adventure out to Lake Washington or up the Sammamish River. Kenmore’s Log Boom Park also features a small beach great for launching human-powered watercraft and a pier for day-use moorage. Or, take off from the water into the air by seaplane. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, Kenmore Air offers a unique experience by flying to destinations such as the San Juan Islands and Victoria, B.C. by seaplane.