In addition to trails linking the lakes and parks within the community, there are numerous parks and trail systems that are found throughout the natural settings of Kitsap County & beyond.
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 and approximately 4 miles round trip if you walk the entire loop.
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 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.
Mary McCormick Park offers residents a multitude of opportunities for sport activities including tennis, pickle ball and basketball courts as well as a playground.