Former Wayne Golf Course
Come Enjoy the Former Wayne Golf Course!
There are 89 acres of open space and trails to explore! Enjoy passive activities such as walking, running, picnicking, bird-watching, legal fishing, biking, drop-in sports such as flag football, soccer, and the like. No organized events are allowed in the park.
Please stay on the paths in the designated Salmon Habitat area (see map).
|Hours:||Park opens 30 minutes before sunrise, and closes 30 minutes before sunset.|
|Parking:||Parking is available at the old Golf Course Clubhouse (16721 96th Ave NE), or a short walk down the trail at Blyth Park.|
|Dogs:||Dogs are allowed in the park, but must be kept on-leash at all times. Owners are required to pick up after their dogs. Read Bothell's Parks & Leash Laws.|
|Golf:||Golf is no longer permitted in the park.|
|Closed to the public:||The clubhouse and house/storage areas east of Waynita Way are currently closed for safety reasons.|
Please follow any additional signage posted in the park.
Former Front Nine Active Use Area
Feasibility Study & Market Analysis
An initial feasibility study and market analysis is underway to help determine the financial sustainability of building a destination amenity with a public use-component on the Active Use Area on the former Front Nine (see map above). This effort is led by Jeanie Ashe, Economic Development Manager. Please reach out to her with any questions.
Construction Staging for Sammamish River Bridge Retrofit Project
During approximately October 2019 through 2020, this area will be used for construction and construction staging to complete a seismic retrofit of the bridge on 96th Ave NE/Waynita Way. This is temporary and not to be confused with the feasibility study. Check out the project webpage to learn more!
Have You Noticed the Improvements to the Landscape and Salmon Habitat?
In May, the Community Church of Seattle helped us tackle some overgrown brush and invasive plants along the edge near the Burke Gilman Trail. In April, we celebrated Arbor Day and volunteers helped plant new trees and gorgeous annuals for some welcome new colors to the parking lot.
As you enter the park, you will notice many new signs reminding pet owners to...(more)
Park Naming & Master Planning Process
Thank you to everyone who submitted park name suggestions! At the April 3, 2018 council meeting, City Council requested an expanded and enhanced naming process. No timeline has been set for a new park name.
Funds have not yet been allocated for the Planning Process. Check back here in 2020 for an update.