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Pets allowed
Yes
Guided tours
No
Backcountry camping
No
Lodging
No
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Drawing in more than 3 million visitors annually, Marymoor Park on the northern shore of Lake Sammamish in Redmond is the Seattle metro area's most popular park.

With views of the state's most icon mountain, countless sports fields, a natural sanctuary, a historic mansion, and a burgeoning summer concert series, Marymoor is truly the people's park. With something for everyone, the 640-acre park includes:

  • Marymoor Park Concerts venue area (5,000 person capacity).
  • Movies @ Marymoor, outdoor summer movie series.
  • 8 baseball fields.
  • 9 natural grass soccer fields, 6 artificial turf soccer fields.
  • 4 hard court tennis courts.
  • Cricket field.
  • Marymoor Velodrome.
  • 35-foot tall outdoor artificial rock climbing structure.
  • 2.1-acre Community Garden.
  • Numerous playgrounds.
  • Clise Mansion.
  • Sammamish River Trail: The park is the southern terminus of the 10.9 mile long paved trail.
  • East Lake Sammamish Trail: The park is the northern terminus of this 11 mile long paved/gravel trail.
  • 40-acre off-leash dog area, referred to by locals as "Doggy Disneyland."
  • Pet washing station/pavilion.
  • Pet Garden, 1.25-acre garden dedicated to pet remembrance.
  • Radio Controled Model Airfield
  • 1.2-mile long hiking trail loop out to Lake Sammamish with boardwalk and viewing platform.

Call 206.205.3661 or email [email protected] for all park facility reservation matters.

Clise Mansion

Built by Seattle banker James Clise as his family's country home in 1904, the 28-room mansion was the center of the Willowmoor Farm, where Clise raised Morgan horses and Scottish Ayrshire cattle. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, the mansion is commonly used for events such as large family gatherings, weddings, corporate parties, and memorials.

Marymoor Velodrome

Built in 1975, the Marmoor Velodrome is the Pacific Northwest's premier track-bike racing venue. Now managed by the Marymoor Velodrome Association (MVA), the track is often the venue for the National Championships as well as time trials for the Olympics that draw crowds numbering as many as 18,000. The track is also home to The Friday Night Racing series, which runs throughout the summer months and has quickly become a pastime for Seattle spectators. The MVA also hosts rider-development programs.

Dasani Blue Bikes

Grab a blue cruiser bike and go! With the generous help from the Dasani Corporation, you can rent bikes at Marymoor Park for free. Check in and sign release forms at the Marymoor Park Office.

 

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Congestion

High

Parking Pass

Not Required

Pros

Very large off-leash dog park. Sports fields. Velodrome. Summer concerts.

Cons

None.

Features

ADA accessible
Historically significant
Flushing toilets
Rock climbing
Bicycling
Potable water
Picnic tables
Off-leash dog area
Covered picnic areas
Tennis
Baseball
Playground
Bird watching
Wildlife

Location

Field Guide + Map

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