Tehaleh is all about the great outdoors. Central to our community’s identity is the 30+ mile trail system that winds through woodlands, wetlands, and alpine meadows. These trails connect us in new and surprising ways, like sunrise runs that bring together new workout buddies or routes discovered by kids on the way to school.
Fifteen acres of fun for all ages and lifestyles. It’s your go-to space for meet-ups, seeing community theatre, and honing your skills in the community garden.
Stroll the paths that wind over wetlands and through serene open spaces, exercise on low-impact fitness stations, or enjoy a game of chess or checkers.
Experience beautiful Pacific Northwest trails complete with a living room in the forest. Another 20 acres of expansion are planned.
Your furry friends will love to let loose at the fully-fenced, off-leash dog park featuring an agility course, open grassy field, and pooch-friendly trails.
All of our parks go far beyond the ordinary. The Edge offers a skate park and graffiti wall, half basketball court, meadow area, trails, and seat walls.
Inspire the budding naturalist in your family here in Yonder, where wetlands, trails, and lawns converge. This space is ideal for birdwatching.
The parks of Tehaleh bring our neighborhoods to life with activities that appeal to every speed and pastime. Families can have playdates in the playground at Boulder Dash or watch for birds at Yonder, while spectators and skateboarders alike can flip for the ramps of The Edge.
Get your daily dose of outside fun with a playground for the kids, a picnic spot, climbable boulders, and grassy domes that appeal to a wide range of ages.
Unwind here in the beauty of Knoll Park, with trails for exploring and ample benches for relaxing.
Big Sky Park
The adventures here are endless. Featuring the T-Rex Ribs climbing experience, water channels, a zip line, trailhead, picnic, and bocce areas for nonstop thrills.
Near the Tehaleh entrance, Ponder has a tranquil pond at its heart. It’s a picturesque stop after a long day at work!
Sticks 'N' Stones
Enjoy the captivating view of Mount Rainier, boulders, stumps, and logs to climb, plus a playground and picnic tables.
Embark on this “discovery path” full of surprises—including a climbing tree fort, totem pole, and animal prints!
Kids and adults alike can recharge on our soccer/baseball fields, playground, sport court, scooter parks, trails, and sledding hill.
We moved to Tehaleh in August, and it was the best part of 2020. We were drawn to the neighborhood by the views and trails, and it seemed like a good community to raise a family in, including our dog Astra. Our favorite park is Hounds Hollow, where Astra can play all day. Now, every time we come down the road and see the mountain, it reminds us that it's a nice place to come home to.
We moved to Tehaleh in October 2014 and were the first house on the street. We spend a lot of time reading—we're both voracious readers and can go through five or six books a week! We also collect artwork—we like to support indigenous women artists. And we love our animals. We own adopted cats and dogs, and frequently take the dogs to Tehaleh's off-leash dog park. We meet a lot of people at the park and the dogs absolutely love it there.
Tehaleh just felt different; it felt more friendly. A lot of people interact here. The first time my boyfriend and I came here actually, almost everyone we came across spoke to us—it was a friendly, embracing environment. Also—this view! And the café was one of the winners for me—as a resident, I love grabbing coffee, walking on the trails, enjoying the mountain view and taking pictures.
We moved here for the parks, trails, and to give Colette a sweet place to grow up. I was really excited to meet more moms, get a workout, and be able to work and spend time with my baby!
One of the big reasons why we chose Tehaleh was because of all the trails here. Being so close to nature is really awesome. Nowhere else compares.
We came to Tehaleh three or four times and fell more in love with it every time. We've lived here for about two months now and we enjoy taking our children to Big Sky Park—they love the zip line!
It feels like a retreat when you go home. When you drive up and see the mountain view; it’s amazing to know that this is home.