Wilmot Gateway Park, the City's flagship park, is busy year round. Rollerbladers, walkers, joggers, and bicyclists enjoy trekking along the Sammamish River Trail that runs through the center of the park. The park features covered picnic areas, restroom facilities, a children's play area and a large grassy bowl that is perfect for Frisbee or sun soaking. Sheltered picnic tables are a popular lunchtime gathering.
Wilmot Gateway Park, Woodinville's first community park, is named for Jerry Wilmot, a founding father of the City of Woodinville, active member of the Woodinville Rotary, and general manager for Molbak's. A talented athlete and community member, Wilmot succumbed to ALS disease in 1996.
Unique to the park are its engraved tiles and bricks. Large decorative tiles greet visitors at the pergola. A pathway of engraved bricks parallels raised planters.
17301-131 st Ave. NE
- Adjacent Sammamish River Trail
- ADA swing
- Open space
- Picnic shelters and tables
- Playground with swings, climbing structure, slide
City contact for park maintenance:
- Park Dedicated: 1999
- Park Size: 3.7 acres
- Purchased: 1994
, Public Works Department,
City contact for brick/tile orders:
Brenda Eriksen, 425.877.2272.
Page last modified:
March 10, 2011