Learn a little about each park, look at pictures, and see where they are on a map.  Then grab your shoes and a jacket and go play! Take the tour.

City of Bothell has a total of 237.63 acres of parks, open space and trails that includes 19 parks and three sportsfield complexes. Our parks showcase the Sammamish River, the City's history and an opportunity to get away from it all. You can check out a comparison grid showing each park's Features and Amenities (PDF). Throughout our parks there are picnic shelters that can be reserved. Find out availability by contacting the Parks and Recreation Department at 425-806-6760.

The Sammamish River and Burke Gilman Trails, managed by King County Natural Resources, run through the City of Bothell along the Sammamish River. The trails extend from Marymoor Park in Redmond to the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Seattle.  Access the King County Trails online.


Pets in Parks

Keep Fido on leash

Make sure every park visit is as great as it can be - know Bothell's Parks & Leash Laws!

Keep dogs away from the river

In the fall, salmon are spawning and laying their eggs in the river. Dog paws can kill the baby salmon. Eating the eggs can also make your dog very sick. Keep your pet safe and help the orca population survive by keeping your dog out of the river.

Attention dogs