Parks

Centennial ParkCentennial Park

The park features a granite fountain. This park was built in 1989 to celebrate Washington State’s Centennial. The fountain was designed to depict the Stillaguamish River and valley. The park features a tile wall designed by local school children. This is a nice place to take a break, or eat your lunch.
Location: 200 Block of Division St, Arlington WA
Hours: 6:00AM to Dusk

Park Features:

Artistic Water Features
Picnic Tables
Concrete Path
On street parking
Handicapped Accessible

Legion ParkLegion Park

The center of most down town events and veterans’ memorial, located at 114 North Olympic Ave. The park features a log gazebo.  Picnic benches are present, it is also next to Centennial trial and the Art walk. The depot Visitors Information Center that includes restrooms is also located at the park.

 

Haller ParkHaller Park

The riverfront park east of Highway 9 located at 1100 West Avenue. This park has year round restrooms, play equipment, picnic shelter, tables and horse shoe pits.  Newly rebuilt boat launch. Many of the fourth of July events are held here.

Terrace ParkTerrace Park

Known for its large evergreen trees and terraced hill.  The 4-acre park is located at 809 East 5th Street. There is a restroom, play equipment, sport court, picnic shelter, tables and paved walking trail. This is the location of music in the park and outdoor movies.

Park Features:

Play equipment
Sport Court
Picnic Shelter
Paved walking trail
Street parking

Twin Rivers ParkTwin Rivers County Park

This park is owned by Snohomish County but maintained and operated by the City of Arlington. It is located just across Lincoln bridge on highway 530. There are 25 acres of sports fields (soccer and softball) with restrooms. There is an 18-hole disc golf course through the trails and the back field.  The park boarders the Stillaguamish river and trails to reach the beach area.

High Clover ParkHigh Clover Park

This park is located in the High Clover Park neighborhood off of Cemetery Road 19909 49th Ave NE.  This 2-acre park is largely grassy with ample open space.  There are also deciduous trees interspersed throughout, as well as available street parking.

Bill Quake Memorial ParkBill Quake Memorial Park

Located at the intersection of 188th St and 59th Ave. 18501 59th Ave NE.  there are 3 Little League baseball fields, 1 full size lighted soccer field including a batting cage and a skate park.  The park has restrooms, play equipment and picnic tables.  Located next to the Arlington Boys and Girls Club. It also hosts the official 4th of July fireworks display.

Arlington Skate ParkArlington Skate Park

Located at the north end of Quake Park 5912 188th St NE. Built in 2004.  Park features a concrete bowl, full pipe, and street course.

 

W.E. Evans Memorial ParkW.E. Evans Memorial Park

Located in the airport area at 18813 59th Ave NE.  The park features a 90’ lighted baseball field with concession stand. The park also has restrooms, play equipment and picnic tables.

Jensen ParkJensen Park

Located at 7801 Jensen Farm Lane.  This 2-acre park has play equipment and picnic shelter

J Rudy York Memorial Park

Located in Smokey Point neighborhood at 31st Ave NE and 180th St NE.  This 2-acre park features play equipment and sport court, walking paths and picnic tables.

Wedgewood ParkWedgewood Park

Located near the entrance of Gleneagle at 17510 Gleneagle Blvd.  This 1.5-acre park has play equipment including swings, and open lawn area with picnic tables.

Forest Trail ParkForest Trail Park

Locate in Gleneagle neighborhood at 18005 Oxford Drive. The 2-acre park features a meandering path, play equipment, sport court and picnic tables.

 

Zimmerman Hill ClimbZimmerman Hill Climb

2,000 linear foot wooden stairway that connects crown ridge Blvd. to Farmstead Estates.

River Crest Trail

This is a 1,000-linear-foot trail located in River Crest Estates. This natural trail has a scenic overlook of Portage Creek Nature Wildlife Area and Preserve.

 

Centennial Trail ArlingtonCentennial Trail Arlington

12-foot-wide paved trail that connects the cities of Snohomish, Lake Stevens and Arlington.  The trail then continues north, extending to the Skagit County line.  In total, it is 29.1 miles long from beginning to end.  If you are looking for a great for a day out longer walking or running, or a nice ride on your bike, this is an excellent trail to try out.

 

 

Airport TrailAirport Trail
Parking for this park is available at 43rd Ave & 51st Ave at 172nd and the Arlington Airport office.  Other access is also available at Cemetery Road and 188th Street.  This park features approximately 6 miles of paved and unpaved walking and bike trails.  These trails surround the Arlington Municipal Airport.

 

 

 

Country Charm Park and Conservation AreaCountry Charm Park and Conservation Area

Located at 604 E Gilman ST. 140 acres of lowland river frontage. Proposed uses include: campground, nature trail, community garden, event area, beach access, off leash pet area.  Park has limited access until driveway and parking are established.

River Meadows Park

Snohomish County Park located off of Jordan Road on the South Fork of the Stillaguamish River. Park offers camping, fishing, walking trails and picnicking. Call 360-435-3441 for more information.

Portage Wildlife Area

100-acre area owned by Snohomish County, for wildlife and humans to share, features walking trails. Located just north of the airport off of cemetery road.

Lebanon ParkLebanon Park

Located at 105 Maple, landscaped area park of the Art walk.

The Rockery

Located at Division ST and West Ave.