Playground Construction Updates: New Playgrounds for a New Year!


Cottage Lake Park Playground construction is underway and the playground is expected to reopen the week of February 15. Five Mile Lake Park Playground construction is underway and the playground is expected to reopen in early April. Petrovitsky Park Playground construction is underway and the playground is expected to reopen at the beginning of May….

Field Notes: Dwight’s At Work, So You Can Play


If you’ve set foot in Marymoor Park, you have experienced Dwight’s handiwork. Dwight is a member of your Marymoor Park staff, who are tasked with keeping that massive park clean, safe and open for everyone to enjoy. But Dwight brings a specialization: he’s a one-man-pep-rally-dancing-machine. Dwight has worked for King County Parks for many years as…

Marymoor Park Concerts: Weezer & Panic At The Disco


If you want to destroy my sweater, you’ll have to do it at Marymoor this summer. Like July 29th. Weezer will be touring their new album around the country, along with Panic! At the Disco and special guest Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. Sounds like a party, for those that want to be just like Buddy Holly.

White Center Traffic Garden Public Meeting 1/14


What? In collaboration with King County Parks, White Center CDA, the YES Foundation and other community partners, Cascade Bicycle Club is building the state’s first traffic garden in Dick Thurnau Memorial Park. The park already has a happenin’ disk golf course but an often forgotten tennis court which allows for the perfect space to build…

Trail Alert: Whittaker Wilderness Peak Trail on Cougar Mtn.


The Whittaker Wilderness Peak Trail just above the Gombu Cliffs trail intersection will be closed from January 19 through the 22 for a bridge replacement and we would like to ensure, for everyone’s safety and the protection of the environment, that folks adhere to the closure and use other routes during the week. Signs have…

The Mary-moor


BAM! Your Hound of Baskervilles reference for the day.  Nothing wrong with walking Marymoor in the morning and pretending you’re Sherlock Holmes. Especially when it looks like this and there are plenty of hounds. Read a book.