Edmonds Parks


Edmonds has a wide variety of parks. I’m sure you will find a park to fit your personality somewhere in the many Edmonds Parks. From an underwater park to large undeveloped areas with trails, to dog parks, to parks with play equipment for young children, there’s something here for everyone. The parks are listed below in alphabetical order, with a short summary of each park, including a link to a more complete description. Most are located in Edmonds, although a few are located near-by, but outside the City of Edmonds.

Dog Leash Rules

Edmonds ordinance does not allow dogs in many of the city parks. However, eight City of Edmonds parks are open to dogs and their handlers on the designated trails only. Both leash and scoop laws are strictly enforced and must be observed when using these Parks: Yost Park, Maplewood Park, Pine Ridge Park, Sierra Park, City Park (southeast wooded area only), Mathay-Ballinger Park, Seaview Park, Haines Wharf Park, and South Marina Beach Park where dogs are allowed off leash in the Off-Leash Area.

7th & Elm Park

Edmonds’ 7th & Elm Park is a small neighborhood park with grass and trees. Dogs are allowed at this park. (Between 7th and 8th Avenues on Elm Street)

Anderson Center Field

(700 Main Street)

Brackett’s Landing North
(Edmonds Underwater Park)

Brackett’s Landing North, including the Edmonds Underwater Park, is located north of the Edmonds Ferry landing on the waterfront at Main Street and Railroad Avenue, this park has a great underwater area. Kids will enjoy the sandy beach. (Main Street & Railroad Avenue)

Brackett’s Landing South

Enjoy the Brackett’s Landing South Park walkway down the waterfront south from the Edmonds Ferry Terminal to the Edmonds Marina. (100 Railroad Avenue South)

Centennial Plaza

(5th Ave N & Bell St)

Civic Center Playfield

The Civic Center Playfield at 6th Avenue North & Bell Street has a baseball diamond, a track, soccer fields, tennis courts, and a grandstrand. Also check out the skateboard area! See the 4th of July Fireworks here, or attend the Taste of Edmonds. among other events throughout the year. (6th Avenue North & Bell Street)

Dayton Street Plaza

(200 2nd Avenue South)

Edmonds City Park

Edmonds City Park is located just south of Downtown Edmonds at 3rd Avenue South & Howell Way. There you’ll find a play area for the kids, a wading pool, picnic tables, a ball field, and more. In the summer, listen to the Sunday summer concerts. Dogs are allowed in the wooded area of City Park. (3rd Ave South & Howell Way)

Edmonds Public Fishing Pier

The Public Fishing Pier is located on the waterfront (where else?) at the end of Dayton Street where it crosses Admiral Way. A good place to fish and a great place to walk

Edmonds Marsh

(SR-104 & Dayton Street)

Haines Wharf Park

Haines Wharf Park is in Northern Edmonds, not far from Meadowdale Playfields at 16121 75th Place West. Dogs are allowed in Haines Wharf Park.

Hazel Miller Plaza

Concerts are held Tuesday and Thursday evenings throughout July and August at the Hazel Miller Plaza located at 5th Avenue South and Maple Street.

Hickman Park

The newest park in Edmonds, Hickman Park, is in southwest Edmonds at the site of the old Woodway Elementary School – 23700 104th Avenue West. Dogs are allowed in Hickman Park.

Hummingbird Hill Park

Hummingbird Hill Park is a nice, small, park tucked away in a residential neighborhood. (10th Avenue North & Edmonds Street)

Hutt Park

Hutt Park, at 92nd Avenue and 187th Street SW, has trails where you can watch the wildlife.

Lynndale Skate Park

Looking for a place to go skateboarding? Check out the Lynndale Skate Park.  (73rd Avenue & Olympic View Drive – a joint project with the City of Lynnwood.)

Maplewood Park

Maplewood Park has a number of private picnic tables with adjacent parking. It also has a small play area for kids. Maplewood Park is less than two miles northeast of downtown Edmonds at 19800 89th Place West. Dogs are allowed in Maplewood Park.

Marina Beach

Marina Beach is located on Admiral Way South, just south of the Edmonds Marina. You will find here grass, picnic tables, and (of course) a beach! (470 Admiral Way)

Mathay Ballinger Park

Mathay Ballinger Park is a (relatively) small park, located near Lake Ballinger at 24100 78th Place West. It has a children’s play area, a few picnic tables, and a large grassy area. Dogs are allowed in Mathay Ballinger Park.

Meadowdale Playfields

Meadowdale Playfields is a joint effort of Edmonds, Lynnwood, Snohomish County, and the Edmonds School district. It has two large football/soccer fields, three baseball fields, a small basketball court, picnic areas, and paths. It is located at 66th Avenue West & 167th Street Southwest.

O.L.A.E. – Off-Leash Area – Edmonds

O.L.A.E. is actually a part of Marina Beach, but is a fenced in area with sand for the dogs to run in and beach access for those that like to swim. Find O.L.A.E. at the south end of Admiral Way South.

Olympic Beach Park

Olympic Beach Park. (200 Admiral Way)

Pine Ridge Park

(20330 83rd Avenue West). Dogs are allowed in Pine Ridge Park.

Pine Street Playfield

(6th Avenue South & Pine Street)

Richard F. Anway Park

(131 Sunset Avenue)

Seaview Park

Seaview Park has a children’s play area, a baseball field, tennis courts and restrooms. It is located at 80th Avenue West & 186th Street Southwest. Dogs are allowed in this park.

Sierra Park

(81st Avenue West & 190th Street Southwest). Dogs are allowed in Sierra Park.

Southwest County Park

(Olympic View Drive)

Stamm Overlook Park

Is Stamm Overlook Park a Park with a View? Or A View with a place to Park? Find it on Olympic View Drive near High Street. (9327 Olympic View Drive)

Sunset Avenue

(Sunset Avenue North)

Veterans Plaza

(250 5th Avenue North)

Yost Park & Pool

Yost Park & Pool, at 9535 Bowdoin Way, is the only park in Edmonds with a pool. It also has tennis courts, hiking trails and a small play area. Dogs are allowed in Yost Park.

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