“Explore this inviting path from Fort Ebey to Coupeville.”
— Isaac Bozeman
This is an easy trail with multiple access points. The whole thing may be too long for younger riders.
This is a great multi-use trail that provides sweeping views of the Salish Sea and travels through farmland and sections of old pine trees that never get old. The trail is named for the area's glacially formed kettles. This is a great option for trail users of all ages and makes a nice way to ride between Fort Ebey State Park and Coupeville.
You can park on either side (or in the middle) of the trail. If you start from Fort Ebey, you'll have to be back before dark when the park closes. If you park in the middle (as far as I know) you can be there after dark.