Parks & Trails

Nothing beats a lazy summer afternoon in one of the many Lynnwood parks with a picnic lunch, a game of croquet and a nap in the shade!

Parks in Lynnwood provide a wide range of recreation opportunities. Our parks include large open play areas, play equipment, sport courts, picnic shelters, spray parks, athletic fields, a skate park, amphitheater and much more! Throughout the parks, you’ll find miles of trails for walking, jogging, cycling and hiking. For a complete list of parks in Lynnwood visit City of Lynnwood Parks & Trails.

Lynnwood Heritage Park

Wickers Building at Heritage Park

Come experience the history of the area from its roots at Alderwood Manor in the 1920’s at Lynnwood Heritage Park!

The Wickers Building, constructed in 1919 by the Puget Mill Company, the Wickers Building was the first general store and post office in Alderwood Manor. The two-story Tudor-style building included the store, post office and storeroom on the first floor, with living quarters for the storekeeper and his family on the second floor.

Interurban Trolley Car 55 is a 1909 Interurban single-ended wooden electric rail car. It is one of six cars that provided commuter service from Alderwood Manor to Seattle and Everett from 1910 to 1939.

Interurban Trail

Directional sign on the Interurban Trail

Walk, jog or ride your bike on the Interurban Trail! The Interurban Trail runs through Lynnwood with almost 4 miles of paved surface for walking, jogging, and biking! The trail generally follows the route used by the Interurban Trolley that ran from 1910 to 1930 between Everett and Seattle.

Lynndale Park

Shakespeare in the Park at Lynndale Park

Explore Lynnwood’s largest park! At Lynndale Park you’ll find 22 acres of preserved native forest and a variety of amenities including a skate park, amphitheater, sports fields, play equipment, walking trails and picnic shelters. During the summer, the amphitheater nestled deep in the trees features summer performances of Shakespeare in the Park.

Meadowdale Playfields

soccer game at Meadowdale Playfields

Competition softball fields, a walking trail, and play structure! The Meadowdale Playfields athletic complex includes 3 lighted competition softball fields, 2 lighted soccer fields, and a concession building. This beautiful and convenient venue often hosts youth, adult and senior league competitions and tournaments. Join the fun down at the Meadowdale Playfields today!

Scriber Lake Park

walking path and bridge on Scriber Lake Trail

Scriber Lake Park is a quiet natural refuge, preserved in the center of Lynnwood – a hidden gem in the middle of the city! Scriber Lake Park provides a home to a variety of wildlife including fish, waterfowl, songbirds and small mammals. A great place for a quiet stroll!

Wilcox Park

trail through trees at Wilcox Park

Wilcox Park, also known as Flag Park by locals because 27 historical United States flags on display at the main park entrance, includes a large grass play area, playground equipment, basketball court and forested area with trails.

Lynnwood Golf Course

Lynnwood Golf Course Third Fairway

Play a round of golf on one of the many scenic mountain and waterfront courses near Lynnwood, WA!

The 18-hole, Lynnwood Golf Course, is open year-round and features merchandise, rentals, and a full-service Pro Shop. The course puts an emphasis on fun with a combination of tight fairways and hole layout that will test the skills of any golfer.