Wilmot Gateway Park, Woodinville’s first community park, is named for Jerry Wilmot, a founding father of the City of Woodinville, active member of the Woodinville Rotary, and general manager for Molbak’s. A talented athlete and community member, Wilmot succumbed to ALS disease in 1996. The park named for him is located at 17301-131st Avenue NE. The park features covered picnic areas, restroom facilities, a children’s play area and a large grassy bowl that is perfect for Frisbee and sun soaking!

Wilmot Gateway Park was partially funded through the State Department of Natural Resources Water Access Program, Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation, Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program, and thousands of private donations from individuals, families, and corporations in a private campaign sponsored by the Woodinville Rotary Club. Donors are recognized in decorative engravings on brick and tiles throughout the park.

Quick Facts:

  • 3.7 Acres
  • Picnic Shelter
  • Playground 5-12 yrs.
  • Tot Lot 2-5 yrs.
  • Benches
  • Restrooms
  • Manicured Green Space
  • Paved Pathways
  • Public Art

Activities:

Community GardeningExercise & Fitness
Walking

Directions:

From I-405, take Exit 23A east on SR 522 (Wenatchee/ Monroe). Go 1 mile and take SR202 Exit (Woodinville/ Redmond). Go .1 mile and turn right on 131st (SR202) and continue on 131st Avenue NE. Go .3 mile. Arrive at 17301 131st Avenue NE Wilmot Gateway Park.

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