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Meadowdale Park

Meadowdale Park
5700 168th Street Southwest
Neighborhood Park - 5.64 Acres

Meadowdale Park is located in Lynnwood’s north Meadowdale neighborhood. This neighborhood park, developed in 2002, combines active recreational development with environmental conservation to preserve the natural beauty of the site. Second growth tree stands are protected, native plantings replace invasive species to enhance wildlife habitat, indigenous boulders and timbers are preserved in the landscape and were used in construction of the restroom building and the public art.

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  • Play Structure (ages 5-12)
  • Tot Lot (ages 2-4)
  • Swings
  • Cable Glider
  • Basketball Key
  • Picnic Areas
  • Climbing Swale
  • Sand Pit
  • Grass Play Areas
  • Walking Trails (0.42-mile) 
  • Forested Areas with Nature Trails
  • Restrooms
  • Parking

Public Art

"The Raven and the First Salmon, the Humans and the Last" - Artist: Chris Vondrasek. The pole and bench next to the restroom building were constructed from reclaimed cedar & other woods, metal, rubber, stones, paint.


The park site was purchased in 1998 from long-time Lynnwood residents Frances and Denis Murphy. The Murphys founded the Brackett's Landing Foundation which is dedicated to the environmental protection of Lund’s Gulch. They wanted their property to provide a park for the Meadowdale neighborhood, and to protect its natural habitat in public ownership.