There aren't a lot of trails here, but what trails there are quite fun. There are level wide gravel paths for even the most basic beginner and there is also a section in the middle of the park that is a maze of tight twisting singletrack that will force all but the most expert riders off their bikes at least once. If you're not into climbing then just ride around on the top of the bluff. For those who aren't afraid of a little climb, then head down to the water. You can ride a paved path along the sound. Since there isn't much riding here, you may want to combine Lincoln Park with a ride to and around Alki Point. Just follow along the water and take in the spectacular views. Or another fun ride is to take the ferry across to Vashon and ride around the island for the day.
How to get there:
From Downtown Seattle head South on I-5. Take the West Seattle Freeway exit and go West. When you reach a stop light, the road will switch to Fauntleroy. Continue straight. After about 3 miles you will see Lincoln Park on the right. There is ample parking. The ferry terminal is just past the park.