Farrel-McWhirter Park

This unique park is fun for the whole family! Features include a children's animal farm, horse arena with trailer parking, covered picnic shelters with electricity and running water, and multi-use trails that connect to the Puget Power/City of Redmond Trail. This park also offers a fun and challenging orienteering course, tire swings, and an engaging nature trail.

Two adults and a young child walking by a large red barn in a wooded area
  1. Park Info
  2. Visiting the Barnyard
  3. Nature Vision Preschool

Farrel-McWhirter Park is home to a variety of farm animals, ponies, an orienteering course, and nature trails. The Barnyard is open 365 days per year from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with some early closures possible for holidays.

Park Overview and Amenities
  • 68 acres
  • Animal Farm
  • Facility Rentals & Birthday Parties
  • Covered Picnic Shelters with Electricity/Water
  • Horse Arena
  • Natural Areas
  • Orienteering Course
  • Multi-use Trails
  • Picnic Tables
  • Play Area
  • Picnic Shelter
  • Recreation Building
  • Restrooms
  • Free Parking

Parking Info: There is ample free parking at Farrel-McWhirter. North parking lot has limited small truck/trailer parking, entrance is on 196th Ave NE. South (main) parking lot accommodates limited disabled parking, and car parking; entrance is off NE Redmond Rd. 

To view and download a PDF of the Farrel-McWhirter Orienteering Guide and Map, click here.

To view and download a PDF of all city parks' amenities, click here.

To view and download a PDF of all city trail amenities, click here.

To view current recreation activities at Farrel-McWhirter Parks and sign up, click here.

To view Trail Etiquette for Shared-Use Trails, click here.