The City of Redmond operates and maintains an extensive system of 47 parks comprising 1,351 acres of land in a variety of neighborhood, community, and resource parks.
Redmond's Community Parks include a variety of active amenities such as sports fields and courts, playgrounds, picnic shelters, and more. These larger parks often also contain natural habitat and trails. Support infrastructure may include parking, restrooms, and lighting. Redmond has 5 parks that are classified as "community parks":
Find park amenities
There are three ways for you to learn more about what each of Redmond's parks has to offer:
- Use the search bar above to search for a park name and read more on that park's dedicated web page
- Download the printable PDF Parks Amenities guide
- Click on each of the amenities types below to learn which of Redmond's parks contains playgrounds, water access, sports courts, and much more!
Parks marked with an asterisk* have picnic shelters available to rent during the Spring/Summer season. Otherwise, all shelters are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Most developed parks do have picnic tables, which are not included in the list below.
City of Redmond programs have first priority use and private instruction is not permitted. Sports fields marked with an asterisk* are available to rent. Otherwise, sports fields are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional parks have open spaces that can be used for recreating; those are not included in the list below.
Baseball or Softball
City of Redmond programs have first priority use and private instruction is not permitted. There is a 1 hour maximum play time if others are waiting.
- Cascade View Park
- Perrigo Park
- Grass Lawn Park
- Hartman Park
- Spiritbrook Park
- Sunset Gardens
- Westside Park
- Nike Park
- Meadow Park
- Willows Creek Park
- Viewpoint Park
You can learn more about these Redmond parks and other pickleball facilities at Redmond.gov/Pickleball