32607 Willow Ave SE
Black Diamond, WA 98010





Ten Trails Easter Egg Hunt

Ten Trails Easter Egg Hunt April 20, 2019

Visit Ten Trails on April 20th for an Easter egg hunt for kids ages 12 and under! We will have four hidden golden eggs with special prizes for the winners and two separate egg-hunting areas. Head to the Ten Trails Village Green Park at 1 pm to take part in all the fun!


Photos with the Easter Bunny

We are offering free photos with the Easter Bunny, available for downloading after the event on our Ten Trails website! Dress your kids in their cutest Easter best for a keepsake photo memory for years to come!

Great Wolf Lodge Gift Card Giveaway

While you are at Ten Trails for the egg hunt, stop by our Welcome Center or any of our 12 Model Homes, register your name and email address and you will be automatically be entered to win at $500 gift card to Great Wolf Lodge.  A big “thank you” to our friends at Lake Sawyer Church for providing the gift card for this special giveaway!

Food Trucks and More!

After the hunt and your family photo op with the Easter Bunny, grab donuts from the Legendary Doughnut truck, and enjoy a late lunch from Secret Sausage We will also have a free lollipop garden for kids to explore and kettle corn available for purchase.

You won’t want to miss this family-friendly event at Ten Trails!



Ichijo Wall Panel Technology at Ten Trails

Ichijo Wall Panel Technology at Ten Trails 

Coming soon to Ten Trails are new duplexes and single family homes from award-winning builder, Ichijo! As one of the largest builders in Japan with more than 100,000 homes built so far, Ichijo has learned a thing or two about efficient building practices and resourcing quality materials. That is why they utilize pre-assembled wall panel technology in all of their new homes.


Ichijo Wall Panel Construction 

Some might say Ichijo’s advanced-technology wall panel construction is the future of home building! Rather than relying on on-site framing of the home walls, highly-skilled workers create the walls intact in their plant in the Philippines and ship them directly to new home communities like Ten Trails! The framing, windows, weather barriers, furring strips, rainscreens and insulation are all included with each delivered wall.

See it in Action 

You can see Ichijo’s unique wall panel framing in action on this neat video taken on-site at Ten Trails. New duplexes by Ichijo will be available in the upcoming months…Stay tuned for details on the model grand opening, home availability and pricing!


Five of the Area’s Best Spring Mountain Bike Rides

Five of the Area’s Best Spring Mountain Bike Rides 

Did you know that mountain bikers from all over the Pacific Northwest flock to this area for a world-class riding experience? The region between Issaquah and Black Diamond is a mecca for mountain biking at all ability levels. We are fortunate to have these opportunities right outside our doorstep! Here are some of the most popular local trail systems for your springtime ride.


Lake Sawyer Trails 

The Lake Sawyer bike system is  located the area on the west side of Hwy 169 in Black Diamond,  on a mix of private property and King County Parks land. It consists of a web of cross-country trails including some ladder bridges, drops, and other free-ride obstacles with plenty of tight and twisty single-track routes. You won’t find hard climbs here, but there are a few shorter, steep climbs covered in tree roots. As well as some scenic viewpoints. The Lake Sawyer trail network connects to Black Diamond Open Space, Summit Ridge, and Henry’s Ridge.

Henry’s Ridge Natural Area

The official King County name for the Henry’s Ridge Natural Area Trail is the Maple Ridge Highlands Open Space Trail.  In Maple Valley, this network of trails is similar to the Lake Sawyer system with more climbing and descending. This is a suitable spring ride because it boasts good-draining soil and tree cover, keeping the trails from getting too muddy. There are currently eight miles of trails with new trails coming soon.

Black Diamond Open Space Trails 

On the north end of Black Diamond near Maple Valley, Black Diamond Open Space is 1,240 acres of popular riding trails. You’ll find the area’s parking lot on the east side of Hwy 169. Less technical and more flat than other local parks, this is the most family-friendly ride on this list.


Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park 

Duthie Hill Park in nearby Issaquah consists of 136 acres in a thick evergreen forest on the Sammamish Plateau. It was designed specifically for mountain-biking and is the most-visited mountain bike trail system in the state. The park offers several activity options including technical free-ride trails and XC trails that can be connected into a 5-mile loop. Technical riders will enjoy the progressive jump lines and skill-building features like drops of varying heights, tables and step-down jumps. Although beginners are welcome at Duthie, moderate and advanced riders will love this park!

Tiger Mountain

Tiger mountain offers 12 miles of intermediate to advanced trails plus some fire roads. Riders usually begin by taking the fire road up 3.5 miles to the East Tiger summit then descend via single-track or take a loop on the lower mountain. The climb to the summit takes a lot of effort and is considered quite challenging but worth the Mt. Rainier view on clear days.

Learn More about Nearby Mountain Biking

The Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance is a great resource for all things mountain biking. Visit this site to learn about these rides and all the others in Washington. This is where you can find maps and directions to help you find your next spring mountain bike adventure…Have fun!



Visit the Amazon Experience Center at Ten Trails

Visit the Amazon Experience Center at Ten Trails 

As technology plays an even larger part in our everyday lives, our homes are becoming more technologically-advanced.  Lennar, one of the nation’s largest home builders, now offers Wifi-Certified Homes™ with activation and support by Amazon in their new homes at Ten Trails!


Alexa-Enabled Smart Homes by Lennar 

Lennar’s Alexa-enabled smart homes allow homeowners to ask their Alexa device to control some of the home’s main features like the television, lights, thermostat, blinds and more. Smart home products like Sonos, Ring, and Samsung SmartThings are paired with the Alexa to make everyday living just a little bit easier for busy homeowners. Customers can also use their Amazon Prime account and Alexa device for on-demand, voice-controlled entertainment.


The Amazon Experience Center at the Carnation Model by Lennar

At Ten Trails, guests can tour the Amazon Experience Center at the Carnation model by Lennar and see first-hand just how these smart home features can benefit their lives. The Carnation model at Ten Trails is located in Lennar’s Grand Model Showplex. While you’re visiting the models, ask one of Lennar’s New Home Consultants about their focus on whole-home connectivity through smart design, ensuring that are no connection “dead spots.”

Smart Homes Benefit from Wave Fiber Internet 

Just one more feature to set Ten Trails apart from other communities is its fiber, 1-gigabit internet that comes with every single home in the community. Downloading, streaming and telecommuting can all be done at ultra-fast speeds in your new Ten Trails home. When paired with Lennar’s Wifi-Certified Homes™ with Alexa-enabled devices, this one-gig internet amenity makes for some of the most technologically-advanced homes in the area!