Lytle House at Park at Bothell Landing

Whether you're planning a charming family reunion or an elegant reception, discover the picturesque ambiance of this unique historical setting. Experience and enjoy the Lytle House at Bothell Landing, a meticulously renovated historic home located on the picturesque Sammamish Rivers Edge in Downtown Bothell. An idyllic setting for your group...

Doug Allen Sportsfields

Adjacent to Westhill Elementary, this is the site of three grass soccer fields and one grass multi-purpose field (soccer/softball). These fields are available on a reservation only basis. Quick Facts: 7.6 Acres Athletic Field Facility Rental Soccer Softball Restrooms Drinking Fountain Picnic Area On-Site Parking Activities: Baseball Soccer Directions: From I-405, take exit 26. Head...

Volunteer Park

A small pocket park across from the Bothell Regional Library, Volunteer Park was developed with community donations and volunteer labor. Quick Facts: .22 Acres Play Area Picnic Area Basketball Half Court Paved Pathway Manicured Green Space Activities: Basketball Directions: From I-405, take exit 23. Head west on WA-522. Turn left at Bothell Way NE. Turn...

West Riverside Drive Trail

This trail provides an alternative route to the 'main line' trail connecting to the 'Park at Bothell Landing". It also serves as a loop trail connecting the 'Burke Gilman Trail' and the 'Sammamish River Trail'. Quick Facts: Paved Bike Trail Soft Surface Trail Loop Trail Connecting: Park at Bothell Landing ...

Triangle Park

Dedicated to the City by Vern Keener in the 1960s, this pocket park is in recognition of the veterans that have served our country. Quick Facts: .1 Acres Landmark Drinking Fountain Flag Pole Benches Directions: From I-405, take exit 23. Head west on WA-522. Arrive at Main Street & Bothell Way NE,...

Red Brick Road Park

The red brick road use to wind its way from Seattle to Bothell. This landmark recognizes the importance this road played in our communities history. Also included is a memorial to Barbara Grace, a former city planner that worked towards preserving this park. Quick Facts: .5 Acres Picnic Area Landmark Nature...

Whitaker Park

Whitaker Park not only offers fabulous sunset views, but is a connection to the Deep Creek trail. Quick Facts: 2 Acres Viewpoint Picnic Area Natural Green Space Trails Connection to the Deep Creek Trail Directions: From I-90 Take exit 25, turn RIGHT onto Ramp towards Wa-18 / Snoqualmie Parkway (0.3 mi) Go North onto...

Thompson Park

Thompson Park is a fantastic relaxing park, containing swings, a bench and a picnic table. Quick Facts: .84 Acre Play Area Picnic Area Bench Manicured Green Space Paved Pathway Directions: From I-90 Take exit 25, turn RIGHT onto Ramp towards Wa-18 / Snoqualmie Parkway (0.3 mi) Go North onto SR-18 (0.1 mi) Road name changes...

Stellar Neighborhood Park

Stellar Park includes amenities for all ages and recreational interests. The park is connected to the Silent Creek Trail, contains play equipment, picnic tables, parking, restrooms, a basketball court and a small baseball field – perfect for T-Ball! Quick Facts: 2.13 Acre Athletic Field Basketball Court Play Area Picnic Area ...

Snoqualmie Point

Perched above the Snoqualmie Valley floor, “The Point” looks out across the scenic valley to the Cascade Range, Mount Si and Mount Baker. This 8.5-acre site is perfect for family and company picnics, weddings as well as for a short stop for site seeing. Purchased in 1999 in a...

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