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Top 10 Parks in Edmonds, Washington

Edmonds has a plethora of play areas. From giant parks, to open spaces, neighborhood refuges, and beaches, Edmonds has a little bit for every type of person!

These ten Edmonds parks will keep you active – and with little to no effort!

Edmonds City Park: This 10-acre park was purchased in 1908, and has become a hub for locals. Picnic shelters, tables, fire pits, a pavilion, and gazebo offers covered spaces for Pacific Northwest weather. While a ballfield, horseshoe pits, trails, and field offer plenty of space for recreational enjoyment.

Marina Beach Park: A beautiful place for a day in the sun, this beachside park offers BBQ stands, picnic tables, benches, and a designated off-leash dog park offers fun for the entire family! A loop trail, open turf area, playground and volleyball net provide that beach-cozy comfort on warm summer nights.

Brackett’s Landing North: This beachfront park, is geared towards underwater diving, and west-facing views. A short jaunt down the walk display breathtaking views of the Olympic Mountain range.

Civic Center Playfield: The Civic Center Playfield is home to the Boys & Girls Club of Snohomish. Dual tennis courts, lit playfields, ample parking, play structure, a football & soccer field, skate park, and running/walking track offers a little bit of everything!

Pine Ridge Park: This 24-acre urban forest, consists of numerous walking trails and the many ducks that call this place home (or Goodhope Pond home). Leashed dogs are allowed on inner trails.

Maplewood Park: Miles of trails through Maplewood Park offer beautiful views of the natural northwest. A play area and picnic tables make it a hotspot for a day in the sun! Leashed dogs are allowed on the trails.

Lunds Gulch: Consisting of the trail system connecting Maplewood Park and the Puget Sound, Lunds Gulch was named after Lunds Gulch Creek.

Sierra Park: This neighborhood park offers a play area, basketball court, and baseball field, along with ample parking and a connecting trail.

Seaview Park: A small, community park offering dual tennis courts, a baseball and multipurpose field, as well as ample play space, and a children’s play area.

Southwest County Park: A 120-acre park and open space is held on the northern-most tip of Edmonds. Heavily forested, this park is open for trail goers, and nature enthusiasts alike.

These places offer nature excursions, sports arenas, beachfront access, bird & nature watching, trails for running and walking, and puppy fun!

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