Jewell Park is a young trail system located next to the Bellevue Cemetery. Burmed into rolling hills, this short trail will give you a work out. It is very strenuous with many short power climbs but you’ll be rewarded with an equal amount of downhill sections, some of which can be challenging with twists and turns. With only a few log crossings, the trail is like a roller coaster as it swirls and winds its way through the woods.
Loop is approximately 3.5 miles. Level: Strenuous
Jewell Park is a work in progress. It’s a densely wooded area that backs up to a residential neighborhood. There is a nice dog park that is completely fenced in. Currently, there are no restrooms or running water.
Take Hwy 370 towards Old Towne Bellevue. Head north on Main Street. Follow Main Street north. Main Street will begin to curve to the left (northwest) and become Combs Road. As soon as you pass Forestview Circle (on the right side of the street) look immediately to your left for the parking lot.
To enter: Ride west from the parking area. Look for trail head marker about ten yards from the parking lot, across from the dog park fence.