Parks & Recreation

We build community through people, parks, arts, recreation, and conservation. Our sustainable parks are comprised of over 1,351 acres of land, 47 parks, and a collection of 39 miles of public trails. We serve all ages, abilities, and interests through innovative classes and services. We integrate unique art and cultural experiences into the activities, interactions, and events that weave our community together. Explore our parks, play at our centers, and connect with neighbors and friends.

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Parks & Recreation Services and Programs Overview

Click through the tabs below to get an overview of the department's services and programs, including relevant links to learn more.

  1. Parks, Trails & Splash Pads
  2. Community Centers & Rentals
  3. Recreation Activities & Services
  4. Sports Fields & Courts
  5. Events & Arts
  6. Stay Updated

Redmond Parks & Trails

The City of Redmond has an extensive park and trail system throughout the city and portions of King County.  Learn more about parks and trails here. Check out the available amenities for all parks and trails by viewing our printable PDF Parks Amenities Guide, and our printable PDF Trails Amenities Guide.  

Parks & Trails Hours

All parks and trails are open from dawn to dusk unless otherwise posted at the park. Park playgrounds, bathrooms, and water fountains are open and operational. Splash pads at Downtown and Grass Lawn Parks are open May 31 through Labor Day weekend from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The Barnyard at Farrel-McWhirter Park is open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Splash Pads

Splash pads at Downtown and Grass Lawn Parks are open May 31 through Labor Day weekend from 9 a.m.-9 p.m.

Outdoor Picnic Shelter Rentals

Picnic shelters are available for use to the public on a first-come, first-served basis when not reserved. Reservations are available each year from March to September. Book your reservation here.