Named after David E. Brink, the Kirkland parks director responsible for establishing many Kirkland waterfront beach parks in the 1960’s, this quiet, romantic park lies within walking distance of downtown Kirkland.  With 660 lineal feet of shoreline, this park is a great place to walk along the Lake Washington waterfront. The park includes an extended dock, picnic tables and benches.  Lake Street runs alongside the shore, where many come to visit during the weekend and summer evenings. The park is also decorated with one of the many public art displays in Kirkland.  The artist, Glenn Goodacre, created “The Water Bearers” sculpture which includes 3 statues of women carrying water jugs and a water feature.

Quick Facts:

  • .87 Acres
  • 660 lft. of Waterfront
  • Public Dock
  • Fishing Area
  • Public Art
  • Picnic Tables
    • Gas Fired Barbeques Allowed
  • Manicured Green Space
  • Paved Pathways
  • Waterfront
  • Benches
  • Viewpoint
  • Limited Street Parking


Fishing Swimming


From I-405, take the NE 85th Street exit (exit 18) toward Kirkland and turn slight right onto NE 85th Street / WA-908. Continue to follow WA-908. Turn left onto Lake Street S / WA-908. End at 555 Lake Street S, Kirkland.