Redmond is the most passionate place in the Pacific Northwest. Our diverse and eclectic culture is chock-full of an endless array of events, attractions, restaurants, parks, trails, and more.
PromotionsExperience Redmond offers packages for all types of visitors; for the business traveler staying through the weekend to explore the surrounding area, the wine lover looking to experience nearby wineries just minutes away, or the family looking for a fun opportunity to explore the outdoors.
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6046 West Lake Sammamish Parkway NE
Redmond, WA 98052
Interested in soccer, baseball, or cricket? Need to take the dog for a walk? Want to try your hand at flying a radio-control airplane or climbing a 35-foot freestanding structure? Looking to enjoy the outdoors by strolling along a regional trail, picnicking on the lawn, or birdwatching on the shores of Lake Sammamish? Then Marymoor Park is the place for you!
King County’s most popular park, more than 3 million people visit Marymoor annually to explore Marymoor’s 640 acres of recreational activities, rare amenities, and culturally-enriching events.
Discovering Marymoor Park
Marymoor Park is a popular regional park of 640 acres located in Redmond and operated by the King County Parks system. Located on the north end of Lake Sammamish, it preserves a broad expanse of the Sammamish Valley. In addition to soccer fields, ballfields, and lighted tennis courts, special features of the park include a climbing wall, a radio-controlled airplane field, an off-leash exercise area for dogs and dog-owners, and the Velodrome, an oval bicycle track for organized racing. Several trails lead in and out of the park, connecting with the Sammamish River Trail, the Bridle Crest Trail, and the planned East Lake Sammamish Trail.