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Meadowdale Beach Park
Meadowdale Beach Park is located in Edmond's north Meadowdale area.
The park provides beach front access, a play area, and a wooded hiking trail to access the beach. The hike is a about 1 miles and while it is a brisk hike up it is suitable for children. Parking is also available closer to the Puget Sound if you are not in the mood for a hike.
Parking is a limited and there are strict no parking restrictions all around the park. If you are coming in the summer best to get there early in the am in later in the pm.
There is a porta potty at the trail head and another at the bottom of the trail before you enter the beach.
There is also a volley ball court, picnic benches, and a covered party rental area at the bottom of the trail before you enter the beach.
WEBSITE: MEADOWDALE BEACH PARK
Meadowdale Neighborhood Park
Haines Wharf Park
The Haines Wharf Park is located in Edmonds's west Meadowdale area.
This park offers gorgeous sweeping views of the Puget Sound and has a slide built in to the face of the rocks.
The park features:
WEBSITE: HAINES WHARF PARK
Meadowdale Play Fields
Southwest County Park
Lynndale Dog Park
Lynnwoods first off-leash dog park. The off-leash area is located between the Skate Park and Perrinville shopping area on Olympic View Drive.
Off-Leash Area Features
- Two enclosed pens (one for shy-dogs)
- Agility stations
- ADA / Pet drinking fountain
- Pet Waste station
- Picnic Table seating
- Universal access drinking fountain
- Accessible Parking & Entrance (seven spaces + one ADA)
WEBSITE: LYNNDALE OFF LEASH DOG PARK
DOG PARK RULES: LYNNDALE DOG PARK RULES
18927 72nd Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98036
STAMM OVERLOOK PARK
A place to park or sit on a park bench and enjoy sweeping views of the Puget Sound, perfect for enjoying an amazing PNW sunset.
The park features:
- Parking Stalls
SUNDQUIST FAMILY NATURE PARK
The Sundquist Family Nature Park is located in Lynnwood North East Meadowdale area.
This park is simply a vacant lot that helps to protect the Lund's Gulch Creek. The parks department mentions that they may add a picnic shelter.