Need some fresh air? Here’s where you’ll find it. Surrounded by tall pines in a quintessential Northwest environment, McCormick has over 7 miles of trails that link the lakes and parks within the community. Whether you want to play pickleball with friends, take a stroll with your dog (or your partner) or let the kids run off some energy, you’ll find many ways to enjoy the outdoors all year round without ever leaving McCormick.
Big Pond Trail is a beautiful, wooded area that is dog friendly and perfect for a leisure walk. Deer, rabbits, birds, and other small animals can be seen poking their heads out through bushes and trees. The combination of exercise, nature and the fresh smell of pine on a crisp morning is a great way to feel energized and melt away any stress you may have. The trail starts in Deer Park with smaller trails connecting the entire loop.
Adjacent to McCormick is the brand new expansive 65-acre McCormick Village Park. This playground for all ages includes a one-mile loop walking trail, sidewalks, picnic shelters, elaborate playground, fenced dog park to enjoy with your pups, restrooms, and a splash pad for fun in the summer sun. For park location, visit the website by clicking here.
Huckleberry Trail is one of many ways to enjoy and connect with the natural beauty and wildlife of the community. Enjoy nature observation areas and the many trails and pathways that connect with parks and spectacular vistas.
Within the greenbelts and common areas that thread through the community, there are smaller playgrounds where neighborhood friends gather for outdoor parties and play.
Deer Park features a playground and serves as the trailhead to Big Pond Trail.