Parks & Trails

  1. Service Alert

    Redmond Parks and Recreation strives to create an excellent experience for park users and participants. Financial impacts resulting from reductions in revenues for programs and events, restrictions on gathering and in-person programs, and extended closure of facilities related to the COVID-19 pandemic have resulted in Parks and Recreation staff layoffs and reduced programming in the 2021 budget.

    The Parks and Recreation Department will continue to provide essential and core services, such as animal care, parks & facility maintenance, senior lunches, teen support services, and customer relations, in 2021. In addition, limited virtual and in-person activities will be available in alignment with the Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery plan outlined by the Governor.

    Learn more about impacts to Parks & Recreation programs and services due to the COVID-19 pandemic and 2021-2022 budget reductions by viewing our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

The City of Redmond has an extensive park and trail system throughout the city and portions of King County. The system includes 47 parks comprising 1,351 acres of land in a variety of neighborhood, community and resource parks. Parks and other destinations are connected by a local connector and regional trails. There are 59 miles of public trails in Redmond, of which 39 miles are owned and operated by the City.

NEW! Parks and Trails Amenities Guides:

Check out the available amenities for ALL parks and trails by viewing our brand new printable PDF Parks Amenities Guide, and our new printable PDF Trails Amenities Guide!  You can can also search for each park or trail name in the search box above to be taken to their webpages to learn even more!

Play Safe, Stay Safe in Redmond Parks:

Learn more about what to do to play safe in Redmond Parks during COVID-19 by watching the video.