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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.

 

King County Parks has completed the public process associated with the rule renewal and the 45-day-long public comment period is now closed. As part of the formal administrative record, we are preparing a written response to comments received and will post online once it is completed. We expect to finalize rule the week of November 30, which will be signed by the DNRP Department Director and posted online.

Thank you for your participation in this process!

Read the draft public rule here.


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Permits
Daily/Monthly Parking
Complete and return this form: Parking Permit (PDF)

Professional Dog Walker (permit required as of October 3, 2011)
For more information, contact the Marymoor Park Office at marymoorpark@kingcounty.gov or call 206-477-7275


Marymoor Park Info
6046 W Lake Sammamish Parkway NE
Redmond, WA 98052

Park Hours
8am - dusk
authorized activities outside these times

Park Office
Monday - Friday
9am - 4pm

Contacts
Park Office: 206-477-7275
Rainout Line: 206-205-3892
Ballfield Lights: 206-225-8936
Email: marymoorpark@kingcounty.gov

Friends of Marymoor Park


Revenues from events that take place in Marymoor Park and parking fees help to provide funding for King County Parks' 28,000 acres of parks and natural areas and 175 miles of regional trails.Thank you for your support!