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Marymoor Park

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What was once a dairy farm and country estate is now a large King County park with three million visitors a year. Marymoor Park was acquired by King County in the 1960's. With 640 acres, there was plenty of room for everyone, and that is exactly what Marymoor is, something for everyone. Other than the usual soccer, baseball fields, and kids play equipment, Marymoor Park has some unique stuff. A off leash dog area is not that unusual but with 40 acres, the place has been called "Doggy Disneyland". Another area is for R/C airplanes, a sight all kids enjoy. During the summer, there is the summer concert series at the 5,000-person concert venue. Marymoor also has one of the regions largest outdoor rock climbing structures, that has some pretty challenging routes. There is a 30 year old community garden with around 2 acres rented from King County by a non-profit organization. The public garden is used by 80 or so gardeners who grow organic vegetables, fruits, flowers and herbs. If you want to bike around, the Dasani Corporation lets visitors borrow a Trek Classic Cruiser bicycle and take a spin around Marymoor Park, for free. You could also bike the Sammamish River Trail or the East Lake Sammamish Trail. If you want to stick with walking, try the Audubon Bird Loop. On this trail, birders have observed more than 200 bird species. Kiosks along the trail help to identify the more common birds and native plants. The route winds through the Marymoor Natural Area, with grassy meadows, thickets and marsh lands. Finally, the Velodrome is a 400-meter track dedicated to bicycle racing, the only one in the state. The racing events are unique and very popular to watch.
6046 W Lake Sammamish Parkway NE
Redmond, WA 98052
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Marymoor Park entrance sign
R/C Field
Community Garden
Rock Climbing Structure
Stage for the concert venue
One of the kids play equipment areas
Picnic area
Map showing the location of Marymoor Park just south of downtown Redmond