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.
COVID-19 Service Update
Features of this park are affected by COVID-19. Please check www.redmond.gov/PlaySafe for the most up-to-date information.
Farrel-McWhirter Park is home to several farm animals, an equestrian riding school, natural education classes, orienteering course, and nature trails.
|Park Overview and Amenities|
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.
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Our comprehensive and cutting edge curriculum allows instructors to track student development through progressively advanced classes specifically designed for age and ability level. Trail rides, arena lessons, pony rides, and our Advanced Custom Lessons round out this incredible program.
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If yes, then Nature Vision Preschool at Farrel-McWhirter Park may be the perfect fit for you!