Sammamish Commons Skate Park

Quick Facts: Lighted Activities: Inline Skating/Rollerblading Directions: From 520 East: Take the WA-202 E exit Merge onto Redmond Way/WA-202 Continue to follow WA-202 Turn right at Sahalee Way NE Continue on 228th Ave NE 2.2 miles. Sammamish Commons will be on your right. From 90 East: Take exit 15 for WA-900 W/17th Ave NW toward Lk. Sammamish State Park/Renton Turn left at 17th...

Bothell Skate Park

The park features an array of concrete/metal obstacles and ramps that challenge skating enthusiasts. This is a skate-at-your-own-risk facility.  Pads, gloves, and guards are strongly recommended. Quick Facts: .4 Acres 6x24 Half Pipe Quarter Pipes Slants Fun Box For Skateboards, In-Line Skaters, BMX & Scooters Activities: Inline Skating/Rollerblading Directions: From I-405, take exit 23. Head...

Skyline Community Sports Field

The City of Sammamish and the Issaquah School District cut the ribbon on a brand-new, four-acre multi-purpose sports field on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2006. The lighted, synthetic-turf field, located on the campus of Skyline High School, was the product of a partnership between the city and the school district....

Houghton Beach Park

Located on Kirkland’s Lake Washington waterfront, Houghton Beach Park is a fantastic place to toss out a line for fishing, swim at the beach or play a game of volleyball.  Swimmers, sunbathers and fishermen will enjoy the 75-foot dock. If you like kayaking or canoeing, Houghton Beach Park Non-Motorized Boat Launch is just...
Bellevue Downtown Park

Bellevue Downtown Park

A 20-acre oasis of green in the heart of Bellevue defines this elegant centerpiece of the Bellevue parks system. A one-half mile promenade, bordered by a double row of shade trees and a stepped canal, brings you to the 240-foot wide waterfall that cascades into a reflecting pond. A...

Centennial Park – Bothell

Centennial Park is Bothell's newest park and is primarily a natural park with open spaces and wetlands. This 54 acres site provides a great place to get in touch with the natural environment. Enjoy the walking paths, wetlands and open spaces. The park site was purchased in 1997 with conservation...

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...

Lakemont Highlands Neighborhood Park

Off of Lakemont Boulevard between 62nd  and  63rd streets, this parks recreational features include walking paths, picnic tables, play area, basketball court and tennis court. Quick Facts: 1.32 Acres Basketball Court Parking 4 + 1 handicapped spaces Paved Pathways Picnic Tables Play Area Tennis Court Directions: From I-90, take exit #13 (W....

Royal Oaks Park

A small neighborhood park, built adjacent to a water tower, in the Royal Oaks Neighborhood on Maywood Hill. Quick Facts: 2.25 Acres Play Area Picnic Area Basketball Court Paved Pathways Sports Courts Directions: From I-405, take exit number 24. Head west on NE 195th St – go 473 ft. Turn right at 112th Avenue NE. Turn...

Stipek Park

Named for the Carol Stipek family that lived on this site, Stipek Park opened in 1999 as the first park in the Snohomish County portion of the City. Quick Facts: 3.6 Acres Play Area Picnic Area Basketball Court Restrooms Drinking Fountain Manicured Green Space Natural Green Space Paved Pathway Short...

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