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Centennial Park - Bothell


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Centennial Park is Bothell's newest park and is primarily a natural park with open spaces and wetlands. This 54 acres site provides a great place to get in touch with the natural environment. Enjoy the walking paths, wetlands and open spaces.

The park site was purchased in 1997 with conservation futures funds from Snohomish County. Funding restrictions require that the site be preserved as open space and limit the uses to passive.

Centennial Park is also the new home for the North Creek Schoolhouse. Previously located a few miles south of the park, the schoolhouse was moved to this site in November, 2008. The long range plan for the building is to improve it for use as an interpretive center/meeting room. Community fund raising is underway to complete the project.

Future phases of development include additional trails and boardwalks.

Quick Facts:

  • 54 Acres
  • Natural Green Space
  • Wetlands
  • Wildlife Habitat
 

Directions:

From I-405, take exit 26. Head north on WA-527/Bothell Everett Hwy. Turn left at 208th Street SE. Arrive at 12th Ave SE & 208th St SE, Bothell 98012.
 



1129 208th St. SE
City of Bothell Bothell, WA

Map / Directions

Hours

8:00AM to Dusk
 



Phone
425-486-7430
Email
recreation@ci.bothell.wa.us
Fax
425-483-8962

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