The forested trails at Big Gulch offer a great respite from the town of Mukilteo. There are several access points, but the main entrance is just off 92nd Street. From this trailhead, the main trail goes south and then west toward the water. Another trail goes south to the Mukilteo Library and loops around.
Forest Park . Features. Animal Farm Barbeque Basketball Court Field Horseshoes Meeting Rooms Picnic Shelter Playground Pool Restrooms Street Hockey Tennis Court Trail Access Trails Water Playground Discover Everett’s sprawling wooded wonderland – fun family recreation all year round. Park Hours 6 am-10 pm, April 1-Oct 31 6 am-8 pm, Nov 1-March 31. Subfacilities Floral Hall at Forest Park ...
The Hibulb Cultural Center is approximately 23,000 square feet with a 50-acre natural history preserve. The interactive cultural center features a main exhibit, a temporary exhibit, two classrooms, a longhouse, a research library, and gift shop.
Historic Flight Foundation was established in 2003 as John T. Sessions Historic Aircraft Foundation with the intention to collect, restore, and share significant aircraft from the period between the solo Atlantic crossing of Charles Lindbergh and the first test flight of the Boeing 707.
Museums for All (EBT Program) at Imagine Children’s Museum Imagine Children’s Museum is a proud participant of Museums for All. Washington state EBT cardholders can show their EBT card to receive reduced Museum admission at only $3 per person. • The discount applies for up to (4) family members per card, per visit.
This trail is a joint project between Snohomish County, the cities of Everett and Lynnwood, and Public Utility District No.1 of Snohomish County. While most of the trail is separated from motorized traffic, there are several places where the trail is a designated bike route on the road shoulder. Follow the Interurban logo signs along the route.
Adjacent to the Snohomish River, the park boasts premier river access with a boat launch, fishing pier, shell house and rowing dock. The 3-mile paved trail is perfect for walking, jogging and biking. It's also a great vantage point to see waterfowl, raptors and shorebirds.
Situated at the end of the street, Loganberry Lane Park offers wooded trails to enjoy with your dog off-leash. Please remember to pick up after your pet. Use City of Everett off-leash areas at your own risk. Users agree that the City of Everett is not liable for any harm caused by users or their animals.
Everett Herald article about the large glacial erratic in Edmonds; Photos of the Grand Opening Event on October 9; Herald Article "County's newest park once family-run Martha Lake airport", September18, 2010; Pack it in - Pack it out! Trash cans have been removed or significantly reduced at this park. Please plan accordingly.
Park History Before Martha Lake County Park was developed, it was known and operated under private ownership as "Martha Lake Resort." The previous owners of the property hoped to develop condominiums or a business park on the property. Community groups organized and requested that the property be developed into a regional park.
Park History The gulch area passed through several owners before it became a park. John Lund first homesteaded the site in 1878. The site was eventually acquired by the Meadowdale Country Club. The well-tended private park featured a clubhouse, manicured lawns, an Olympic-size swimming pool with bath houses, and a fish hatchery.
From the parking lot off of Mill Creek Boulevard the smoothly paved trail offers a bit of ups & downs as it twists and turns following a small creek with a few bridges (one bridge has a 5,000 pound limit, please do not break the limit), and a mysterious "trail closed, no trespassing sign".
The Everett Morning Tribune printed the following about the lighthouse on the day after it commenced operation: The government lighthouse at Mukilteo flashed its guiding rays for the first time over the dark waters of Puget Sound last night.
Narbeck Wetland Sanctuary Park This 42.76 acre park is accessible for passive recreational use with trails, interpretive signs, viewpoints, picnic tables, and restrooms. Narbeck offers two (2) walking trails, a small loop trail and a 1/2 mile interpretative trail around the perimeter, with educational signs and self guided tours.
Click Here to view North Creek Park photos of wildlife by Steve Beatty Park History The property was originally owned by the Bailey family, historic homesteaders. The county parks department and surface water management targeted the site as a regional stormwater detention facility. The site was later developed with an interpretive boardwalk.
Located on the shores of Puget Sound, Picnic Point Park offers a tranquil and scenic setting for picnicking and beach activities. Tables and charcoal cookers are available for picnicking enjoyment. With its excellent views of Whidbey Island and the distant Olympic Mountain range, sunset viewing is always a popular pastime.
Puget Sound is a complex of inter-connected inlets, bays, and channels with tidal sea water entering from the west and freshwater streams entering at many points throughout the system. Most of what is known as Puget Sound was formed by glacial action that terminated near Tenino in Thurston County.
The park also features a central gathering plaza with interpretive exhibits highlighting outdoor recreation, the environment, and the legacy of Everett native, U.S. Senator Henry M. Jackson. For garden plot reservations, contact the Recreation Office at 425-257-8300, ext. 2.
Development of the trail began in 1989 during the state's centennial, hence the name, Centennial Trail. The trailhead and rest stop in the town of Machias is a replica of the Machias Station railroad depot built in the late 1890s which served the rail line which today is the Centennial Trail.
The Tambark Creek Community Park site was acquired in 1995 / 1996 through a joint agreement between the City of Mill Creek and Snohomish County. This partnership was created in order to meet the park needs of the local community by providing a facility that would provide active sports fields as well as other park features.
Willis Tucker Community Park is a gently-sloped, forested 84-acre site immediately adjacent to the residential communities of Silver Firs and Snohomish Cascade, three miles east of Mill Creek. Named after Snohomish County's first County Executive, this beautiful park is home to the Park Department's administration offices.