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Marymoor Park, Redmond

(4.7/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Marymoor Park, located on the north end of Lake Sammamish in Redmond, Washington, is King County's largest, oldest, and most popular park, with more than 3 million annual visitors coming to roam its 640acre. Among recreational activities available are various sports facilities, rock climbing, a 40-acre off-leash dog park and a velodrome. It is also one end of the Sammamish River Trail, a biking and walking trail. In addition, a radio control aircraft flying field and a pet memorial garden are within the park's boundaries.The historic Willowmoor farm and Clise Mansion lie at the western edge of the park, along the Sammamish River. The farm and mansion were created in the early 1900s by James Clise, a banker. The landscaping was designed by the Olmsted Brothers. The mansion is on the National Register of Historic Places.The park is home to a summer concert series known as Concerts at Marymoor, produced by AEG Live, which invites popular artists every year.At the western end of the park, 2.1 acres are used by the Marymoor Community Gardener's Association, one of the oldest public gardens in the country.In February 2003, King County added a one dollar parking fee to offset budget reductions.
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  • A basic park with a few nice spots but seems bizarre to have to pay for parking in what is no more than a paddock.  more »
  • I have two dogs. One LOVES the water and one loves to just explore. The grounds are clean. VERY dog/people friendly. Great place to toss balls for your fur babies or let them take a dip in the river.  more »
  • There is a huge off-leash dog area. We don't have a dog, so we found the paths for walking to the lake a little limited avoiding the dog area. However, there are many paths around the whole park well ...  more »
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  • This is really one of the best dog parks I've been too. For one, it's huge. There are so many different types of areas that your dog can play in. I've been to a few dog parks that are basically just a fence around a pit of sand and/or dirt/bark/etc. When you get into Marymoor you can do your entire walk without seeing a fence because it's so large. You have bark paths to walk on and your dog can bound through fields, jump in the water, run through trees, the works. Trash cans are located along side the river. Poop bags are located at the two entrances. There is no small dog play area at this dog park, which can be a real bummer if you have a dog that is afraid of larger dogs - like I do. There is a lot of space, though, so if you avoid the water areas you can do pretty well with your small dog. I've seen mainly well behaved dogs here. I did see a small fight break out at one point, but it was quickly taken care of. People who go to this dog park seem very friendly and they seem like they really care about their animals. This is definitely one of my dogs favorite places to go.
  • Awesome place from what we saw. We went to see a concert so we were mainly in that area and the velodrome on our walk back. The venue was excellent, they have great bands playing here often. I would recommend checking out concerts here. The price point was great and it was a blast.
  • World class off leash dog park. Open fields, tall grass fields, and many places to jump in the water. I believe this is one of the largest and oldest off leash dog parks in the world. This area is blessed to be almost free of tics and foxtail grass. This Park is a must visit if you are in Seattle with your dog.
  • One of the best parks in all of Washington. They have a climbing wall, a dog park, a bike path, soccer fields, a community garden. Really cool place be sure to check it out.
  • Marymoor is a sprawling park with tons to do. I've mostly been there for concerts. It's a wonderful, festival atmosphere that's never too crowded or overwhelming. A whole host of food trucks come and serve tons of good quality fare. If there's a concert you want to see at marymoor, don't hesitate to go. It's fun.