2021 Summer Events & Activities

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There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy summertime in Bothell! Our team has been finding creative ways to bring back the fun safely following state and local guidelines. This guide will be regularly updated throughout the summer with in-person and virtual programs and activities offered by the City of Bothell and our community partners!

SUMMER CAMPS

Looking for something to keep your kids busy during summer break? Check out the youth sports summer camps that our friends at Kidz Love Soccer and Skyhawks are offering this season! With over 40 camps being offered June through August, you're sure to find the perfect fit. Learn more and register here

OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

Park, Trails, and Open Spaces

Whether you're looking for a space to play frisbee or a quiet bench to read a good book, we encourage you to find some time to explore the beautiful backyard that we call home. Learn more about all that Bothell parks, trails, and open spaces have to offer.

Water Sports

Ready to dip your toes in the water? Stop by WhatsSup Stand-Up Paddle & Surf at the Park at Bothell Landing to grab a kayak, paddle board, or hydrobike and take your time winding up the Sammamish River past Blyth Park, the former Wayne Golf Course, and beyond! What better way to get out and enjoy the sun?

Pop-up Dog Park

Grab Fido and meet your neighbors at the Pop-up Dog Park for a safe, clean, and fun space for pets (and their owners) to get exercise and enjoy the outdoors together. 

IN-PERSON EVENTS

Volunteer Work Parties at North Creek Forest

Friends of North Creek Forest hosts volunteer work parties at North Creek Forest on select Saturdays for small groups, following COVID-19 safety protocols. Check out their event schedule for dates and details if you'd like to pitch in.

Learn more and register here

"Helpin' Out" Events with Whale Scout at the Former Wayne Golf Course

Whale Scout offers 13 “Helpin’ Out” events a year in the Puget Sound region, many of which are right here in Bothell. The majority of these are open to the public so anyone can join in planting native trees, removing invasive plants, and restoring salmon habitat.

Learn more and register here.


Stay tuned for announcements about additional events and activities taking place this summer!