There are 19 Parks in Kirkland, Washington, serving a population of 86,772 people in an area of 18 square miles. There is 1 Park per 4,566 people, and 1 Park per square mile.
In Washington, Kirkland is ranked 37th of 729 cities in Parks per capita, and 15th of 729 cities in Parks per square mile.
Find Kirkland, Washington parks, and general outdoor nature areas.
132nd Square Park 13159 132nd Avenue Northeast Kirkland, WA
Bridle Trails State Park 5300 116th Avenue Northeast Kirkland, WA
Crestwoods Park 1818 6th Street Kirkland, WA
Forbes Creek Park 11615 Northeast 106th Lane Kirkland, WA
Houghton Beach Park 5811 Lake Washington Boulevard Northeast Kirkland, WA
Juanita Bay Park 2201 Market Street Kirkland, WA
Juanita Beach Park 9703 Northeast Juanita Drive Kirkland, WA
Kiwanis Park 1405 10th Street West Kirkland, WA
Lake Avenue West Park 297 Lake Avenue West Kirkland, WA
Marsh Park 6605 Lake Washington Boulevard Northeast Kirkland, WA
McAuliffe Park 10824 Northeast 116th Street Kirkland, WA
North Kirkland Park Playground 12421 103rd Avenue Northeast Kirkland, WA
North Rose Hill Woodlands Park 9930 124th Avenue Northeast Kirkland, WA
Peter Kirk Park 202 3rd Street South Kirkland, WA
Phyllis A Needy Park 4600 108th Avenue Northeast Kirkland, WA
South Rose Hill Park 12730 Northeast 72nd Street Kirkland, WA
Tot Lot Park 111 9th Avenue Kirkland, WA
Totem Lake Park 12207 Totem Lake Way Kirkland, WA
Van Aalst Park 335 13th Avenue Kirkland, WA
Kirkland Parks are natural or semi-natural open spaces set aside for outdoor recreation, leisure, or preservation in Kirkland, WA. Almost all Parks in Kirkland are public spaces open to the general public, though there are some examples of private Parks. Most King County and local governments have a Parks Department that is responsible for maintaining City Parks, Town Greens, Athletic Parks, and similar open spaces.You may contact Parks for questions about: