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Woodin Creek Park is named for Ira and Susan Woodin, the pioneer family that settled in Woodinville in the late 1800's. The Park is located in downtown Woodinville, south of Wilmot Gateway Park. Woodin Creek runs through the park. Trees along the bank provide welcome shade and quiet during the summer months. Access to the Sammamish River Trail is provided.

The Sammamish River Stewards, a volunteer group, often work near Woodin Creek Park, removing non-native invasive species, mulching cleared areas and planting and caring for new native plants.

Location

13201 NE 171 st Street

Amenities

  • Adjacent Sammamish River Trail
  • Covered picnic pavilion with seating for 16
  • Large open space for informal play
  • Limited parking (6 spaces)
  • Public Art
  • Tennis Court

Quick Stats

  • Park Dedicated: 1997
  • Park Size: 4.1 acres
  • Purchased: Transferred from King County, 1997

City contact for park maintenance:
Brian Meyer
, Parks & Recreation Department, 425.489.2700, ext. 2287.

 

Page last modified: May 1, 2014

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