Submit your suggestions by February 28th using our online form. Names must be based on:
Neighborhood or geographical identification (e.g., Royal Oaks Park)
A natural or geological feature (e.g., North Creek Sportsfields)
Historical or cultural significance (e.g., Park at Bothell Landing)
A historical figure (e.g., William Penn Park); or an individual (living or deceased) who has made a significant land, monetary or civic contribution to the park system or gave their life while serving the United States of American in military service
Bothell's newest park is officially open for business, and the community is invited to come enjoy the acres of open space and trails! We ask that you observe our regular Bothell park rules and hours:
Park opens 30 minutes before sunrise, and closes 30 minutes before sunset.
Parking is available at the old Golf Course Clubhouse (16721 96th Ave NE), or a short walk down the trail at Blyth Park.
Dogs are allowed in the park, but must be kept on-leash at all times. Owners are required to pick up after their dogs.
Golf is no longer permitted in the park.
Please follow any additional signage posted in the park.
Space is for passive use or drop-in active recreation only.
The master plan process will begin in 2018. We look forward to your participation in the development of what attractions and amenities for passive recreation should be in the new park. It is anticipated that the master plan process will take 18-24 months to complete.
Development of the active use area will be led by the City Manager's Office in 2018.