Parks in Redmond Washington

Redmond is lucky to have 30 beautiful parks that offer over 1300 acres and 26 miles of trails. Of these parks, twenty-three are developed with another seven that undeveloped set aside land for the public’s use.

The Redmond Parks and Rec Department offers an Online Recreation Guide for every season. It is a great place to see what's going on.

There are activities for everyone from the youngest to oldest member of your family.

There are rental facilities for every type of event: picnic shelters, meeting rooms, auditoriums, gyms, log cabins, sports fields, as well as a teen center. You can also rent soccer, softball, cricket, lacrosse and baseball fields.
The Farrel-McWhirter Farm Park has a children's animal farm, a horse arena and covered picnic shelters. The farm offers 2 awesome party packages for parties from one to twenty children. Both packages offer a farm party of your choice, a party room, and a party kit, which includes milking a cow, party games and photo props. There is farm staff who will assist with set up and take down of the tables and chairs in the party room.

Bridle Trails State Park is 482 acres with 28 miles of equestrian/pedestrian trails. There is an open space are that is a horse show ground, that includes three arenas with bleachers and judges’ stands.

The Cascade View Neighborhood Park is great for kids. It has a children's play area, a tot lot, baseball and softball practice field, basketball half courts and picnic tables for the whole family. They are also planning on building a tennis court and two pickleball courts. (If you’ve never heard of pickleball, you have to try it. It is a lot of fun!)

Edge Skate Park at 83rd Street offers all the ramps and rails that an avid skater would want. Also, there is an active graffiti wall which is sponsored by the city. This is a great place for teens to hang out and stay active.
Hartman Park offers it all. Seven Baseball/softball fields, two soccer fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, a children's play area, picnic tables, trails as well as the Redmond Pool. Hartman has a space for every organized park activity or just sitting and relaxing quietly.

Idylwood Beach Park is located on Lake Sammamish as is the place to swim. There is a swimming beach, with a bath house and restrooms. This is also a great place to launch small car-top craft, like canoes and kayaks.
Juel Community Park offers a Frisbee golf course and offer community gardens for the public to come and grow their own food in Redmond’s urban seeting.

Luke McRedmond Landing offers a fishing experience for the physically challenged. There is lots of open space, a picnic shelter and picnic tables.

Marymoor Regional Park offers a climbing wall, a radio-controlled airplane field, an off-leash exercise are for dogs and dog-owners. There is a Velodrome for high-speed cycle races. Velodrome races are often exciting as Nascar races.

The Watershed Preserve has trails perfect for horseback riding, mountain bicycling and hiking. It also has an ADA interpretive trail. There are rangers on duty during the summer. This park is a stunning 800 acres of beauty and nature.

This is just a small sampling the amazing park system of the City of Redmond. There are very few places in the United States that have taken so much time and effort to make sure that open space and nature is preserved for the people to enjoy, almost all of it for free.

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