Dorothy Bothell Park
Dorothy Bothell Park is located just behind the Lakeland Hills community center. Although the park is small, it's the perfect size for kids under 6. There are a few swings, some small climbing structures, a teeter totter and benches for parents to sit on. Picnic tables are there for lunch. The dinosaur area is also unique, kids can uncover hidden dinosaur bones. There is a large grass field for the bigger kids to bring an activity. The community walking trail passes on the north end so there is some easy biking for young children available between Lakeland Hills Way SE and Panorama Drive SE.
Dedicated in 2009, the park was constructed through a partnership between the City of Auburn, Tucci & Sons, and Eagle Scout projects from Scout Troops #323, #401, and #510. It is named in honor of Dorothy Marion Bothell who devoted her life to her family, the family business and civic duty. Appointed in 1950, Bothell served as Auburnís first female council member and was also active on the Cemetery Board, served the Red Cross, organized the first chapter of the Womenís Business and Professional Club, and was a member of many other local and regional service clubs.
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