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Howarth Park, Everett

Categories: Nature & Parks
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3.9/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
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  • Now that they have fixed the bridge to the park its open again! My favorite park in Everett, and is also an off-leash park (remember to pick up after your dog **no matter what size it is, and I am tal...  read more »
  • At the weekend move just steps away in this beautiful nature. Who here is, can forget the time, to keep in mind the time, recharge your batteries for everyday. A beautiful corner of Everett, you have to see.
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  • This is a great park with water and beach access. The lower park area is open again. The bridge over the railroad tracks is rebuilt and open again. Great play area upper level beach area is nice. Kids...  read more »
  • Great dog park! We went on a Sunday morning at about 11:30am. We live in Ballard and Sand Point dog park is insane on the weekends. The edmonds park was great, only about 20 dogs there. The tide was low so there was plenty of stinky seaweed on the beach (which the dogs loved), but lots of dogs were playing in the water and there is a large, mostly unoccupied gravel area where dogs can play if they aren't interested in the water. We'll definitely visit again. Pro tip: American Brewing Company is just a 2 minute drive from the dog park and they are dog friendly (and have great beer), so you should stop in on your visit!
  • Seems like a nice park - I only wish we got to go the rest of it (sign said reopening Fall 2015/Spring 2016, but it was still closed from what I could tell in June 2016). We only went to the play area near the top. It was a nice playground with good views. However, there was graffiti on some of the tables. My toddlers really enjoyed it. The larger stall in the woman's restroom didn't have a door, but it was a real restroom with running water.
  • Two parts to this park. The playground on top of the hill and the beach at the bottom. The beach is great when the tide is out. Open off leash dog friendly. If your feeling adventurous take the hidden trail down to the sky bridge or drive around to the small parking lot leading a walking bridge over the tracks(closed for repair currently)
  • Great little park with a playground.. A bit sketchy sometimes with people just kind of hanging around in cars in the parking lot. The tennis courts need to be resurfaced. Found a condom here laying on the ground once while bringing my kido to the park.
  • Awesome little park and a great place to play tennis. Also has probably the sandiest beach in the Everett area.
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