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Lewis Street Park

Features

  1. Barbecues
  2. Benches
  3. Drinking Fountain
  4. Flag Pole
  5. Garbage Cans
  6. Lighting Fixture
  7. Parking Lot
  8. Picnic Shelter
  9. Picnic Tables
  10. Playground
  11. Restroom
  12. River Frontage
Located along Monroe’s Southern entrance, along State Route 203, just north of the scenic Lewis Street Bridge. The park is the oldest in the Monroe Park System and features century-old cedar trees, a children’s play area including a traverse wall, arch swing, covered picnic area, restrooms and a pedestrian bridge that crosses Woods Creek into Al Borlin Park. Its vast soft-surface trail system with spectacular Skykomish River views and access will not disappoint. A large parking area to the south provides easy access to the park as well as the Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife Boat Launch on the west side of the bridge. This picturesque park offers stunning views of the Skykomish River trailing beneath the rugged Cascade Range. It’s become a local favorite for family and wedding photoshoots.

Fun Fact: During the fall of 2014 the park and bridge became a film location for an Amazon Prime series titled: "The Man in the High Castle".

Covered Area Reservation: To check the availability of a gazebo call (360) 863-4559 and for your application click here.


Subfacilities

  1. Gazebo

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