60 Acres is a King County Park located in the Sammamish River valley on the north side of Redmond. It is situated on 94 total acres, including 60 acres of premium athletic fields.
When configured for soccer, it is the largest soccer complex west of the Mississippi. It is operated and maintained through a thirty year use agreement between King County and Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association (LWYSA). Under the terms of this agreement, LWYSA bears the cost for all construction, upgrades and maintenance of 60 Acres, at no cost to taxpayers.
The park is divided into two major field areas, 60 Acres North and 60 Acres South. The complex includes twenty-five well-maintained grass fields used for a multitude of sports, activities and special events. 60 Acres was designed to accommodate exhibition games, tournaments, league games, special events, as well as camps and clinics. In addition 60 Acres hosts a variety of passive uses including model airplane flying, rocketry and Frisbee to name a few. Accompanying these fields are paved and gravel parking lots, restrooms, and a covered picnic area. 60 Acres is situated next to the Sammamish River Trail (a popular hiking and biking destination) which connects the Eastside’s and Seattle’s many popular recreational, dining and lodging facilities.