South Everett Forest Preserve is a 15-acre pocket of forested wilderness in urban south Everett. A 1,600 foot trail has been built in the southernmost 3.5 acre portion of the site. It includes 500 feet of ADA accessible trail surfacing. With primary pedestrian access at 109th Street SE, the park is ideal for walkers and passive recreation uses.
South Everett Forest Preserve is required by the National Park Service and the Washington Recreation and Conservation Office as mitigation for open space lost during the 1996 construction of Everett’s Fire Station #7 located at Thornton A. Sullivan Park.