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DeYoung Park, on Woodinville's main street, is located in the heart of Woodinville, directly across from Molbak's Nursery. Thanks to the ambition of the Woodinville Garden Club and the City's Public Arts Advisory Committee, visitors are greeted by "The Gardener and Companion," a bronze sculpture by local artist Georgia Gerber. Seen throughout the park are more special-made bronze pieces.

The park provides a tree-shaded spot for lunch. Because of its central location, park visitors can enjoy some shopping and still have time to take a break in the park.

DeYoung Park is packed in July and August for the Woodinville Summer Concert Series - free and most definitely fun - lunchtime concerts.

The property was donated to the City as part of the development of the TRF Pacific shopping center.

Location

13680 NE 175 th Street

Amenities

  • Benches
  • Central gazebo
  • Picnic tables
  • Public art

Quick Stats

Park Dedicated: June, 1998

Park Size: .62 acre

Page last modified: May 1, 2014

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