10 | FifeMagazine | Spring/Summer 2019 On bike, on foot, with the kids or flying solo— Fife’s trails offer plenty of exploring opportunities during the summer months. The good news is that nearly every trail in Fife is paved, which means most of our city’s trails are highly accessible. SHEFFIELD TRAIL Location: Runs north to south between Valley Avenue East and 20th Street East, located between Sheffield Place neighborhood and Regal Logistics. To know: The trail connects Brookville Park to the library. Trail length: This paved trail is .68 miles. Amenities: No bathrooms. Lots of room for dog walking. Views of wetlands and wildlife. FED EX TRAIL Location: Accessible from Brookville Gardens Community Park. Trail length: This .27 mile paved trail is just north of Wapato Creek. FedEx trail connects Brookville Gardens Community Park to 70th Avenue East. Amenities: Amenities available at nearby Brookville Gardens Community Park. Great for early morning walks. There’s a lot of natural shade, which means this is a good destination for anyone needing a shaded walk. Portions of this trail are maintained by Fed Ex. Location: 7400 48th St. E., Fife Trail length: The .44 mile trail is completely paved. Please note that the gravel parking lot might be difficult for strollers, walkers and wheelchairs. Amenities: No bathrooms. There are plenty of open spaces for picnics and the park is right next to the city’s Community Garden. Wildlife: Levee Pond Park provides ample opportunity for wildlife gazing. A viewing dock extends over the pond, allowing visitors to observe ducks and fish. On a clear day, you’ll catch a glimpse of the mountain. There’s a nesting area specifically built for the Purple Martin, the largest bird in the swallow family. LEVEE POND PARK Levee Pond Park has a completely paved trail and beautiful views. DACCA PARK SPORTS COMPLEX Location: 2820 54th Ave. E., Fife Trail: A fully-paved, sizable trail is located at the sports complex and park, which is about 31 acres of total space. Amenities: Bathrooms, plenty of space to run, walk and jog, plus a playground. In the evenings, visitors likely will see a baseball game. An off-leash dog park makes Dacca one of the city’s best destinations for families with dogs. History museum: Pair a walk with a tour of the Fife History Museum, located at the complex. Concession area: Some weekends, find hot dogs, hamburgers and other items for sale. Dacca Park is a sprawling sports complex with paved trails for walking. Explore Fife's trails by foot