Canyon Park, a neighborhood within the Bothell city limits, has approximately 4,709 residents and is considered to be a “very livable” neighborhood according to AreaVibes. The website gave the
Parks Of Bothell Washington
With the sunny weather and temperatures in the 60s, it seems that spring has sprung early here in the Puget Sound. It might be time to take advantage of the many family-friendly area parks. As your Bothell neighborhood real estate specialists, Team Troy is counting down the best greater Bothell parks and playgrounds. For many looking for a new home, proximity to neighborhood amenities like ponds, playgrounds, open spaces, sports fields, dog parks, and trails are a real necessity. Thankfully, the northern Seattle communities of Bothell, Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Brier, Mountlake Terrace, and Woodinville have a plethora of fun and scenic outdoor recreation. Feel free to contact Team Troy today if you are looking for a home near any of these awesome parks: 206-745-3457 or www.nwlistingsearch.com
1. The Park at Bothell Landing: 9919 NE 180th St, Bothell, WA 98011. Along the Sammamish River, this park features several historical buildings and an amphitheater. There is a picnic area, barbecue, a playground, and access to the Sammamish River Trail.
2. Blyth Park: 16950 West Riverside Drive, Bothell, WA. This is Bothell's largest park, and it was donated from the Bothell Lions Club in the late 1950s. The park is located along the Sammamish River and the Sammamish River Trail.Two picnic shelters and a play area draw many area residents on the weekends.
3. Wilmot Gateway Park: 17301 131st Avenue NE, Woodinville, WA 98072. This park is Woodinville's flagship park and is busy year round. The Sammamish River Trail runs through the center of the park. There are covered picnic areas, a children's play area, and a large grassy bowl. This is also the location of the 2015 Celebrate Woodinville festival.
4. Cedar Grove Park: 22421 9th Avenue SE, Bothell, WA. This park offers a fun play area for children and a covered picnic shelter under towering cedar trees. There is a basketball court, a baseball field,a wetland boardwalk, and a wide green space.
5. Saint Edward State Park: 14445 Juanita Drive NE, Kenmore, WA 98028. This park is a part of the Washington State Park system. It is 316 acre day use park with 3,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on Lake Washington. Once a Catholic seminary, the park's rich history is reflected in its grounds and architecture. A popular spot for weddings, there is a grotto and lawn space. There are also picnic areas with horseshoe pits, a volleyball area, a baseball field, a playground, and many trails.
6. Brier Park: 2903 228th St SW, Brier, WA 98036. This neighborhood park is great for kids with an all-ages playground. There is also a skate park and a sports field. With a 23,000 square foot equestrian arena and a tennis court in the park, it's great for those who are into athletics.
7. Terrace Creek Park: 23200 48th Avenue West, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043. This 60 acre park is the largest park in Mountlake Terrace. The extensive trail system connects the open play area and fields to the recreation and pavilion. The trailswind through a valley of trees to the north. The amenities in this park include hiking paths, picnic areas, a playground, a gazebo, and an 18-hole disc golf course.
8. North Creek Forest: This natural reserve is a sanctuary in an urban setting. With 64 acres of upland conifer and mixed forest, it is a wonderful place to hike close to home.There are nine wetlands and seven streams as well as hundreds of native plant species. This is Bothell's largest remaining mature forest and the Friends of North Creek Forest are trying to protect that.
9. Log Boom Park: 17415 61st Avenue NE, Kenmore, WA 98028. Located on the northern shores of Lake Washington, Log Boom Park is known for its long pier to enjoy water views. You can also fish and launch a kayak to get out on the lake.This park has a playground with a climbing wall and cool equipment for the kids. Since its at the terminus of the Burke-Gilman Trail, it's a perfect meetup spot or a place to start a bike ride.
10. Rhododendron Park: 6910 NE 170th Street, Kenmore, WA 98028. Located within the heart of Kenmore, this park features one of the largest public collections of hybrid rhododendrons in the Northwest. This park was known as the State Flower Nursery from 1920-1960 and has some very rare breeds. In addition to the flowers, the park features a network of paved trails, a children's play area, picnic tables and manicured lawns.
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