Blyth Park is Bothell's oldest park, with a picturesque setting on the Sammamish River on Seattle's Eastside. It's located on the site of an old brick factory.
This 40-acre park has walking trails, picnic shelters and tables, a playground, tire hill for climbing, and volleyball court. Best of all, there's a 10-hole disc golf course!
Expect to see lots of walkers and joggers in this gorgeous park, enjoying the wide open spaces.
5 best things to do at Blyth Park
1. Trail between Blyth Park and Bothell Landing
Stroll along the 20 minute trail between Blyth Park and Bothell Landing Park, taking you directly to Bothell's downtown area. Start at the Burke Gilman Trail, then connect with the Sammamish River Trail.
2. Disc golf
Hang out at the 10-hole Howling Coyote Disc Golf Course! You'll have loads of fun throwing flying discs into the raised metal baskets.
Blyth Park is the ideal place for a family picnic or birthday, with two reserveable picnic shelters, and plenty of picnic tables.
Take your kids to the playground, with plenty of shaded areas beneath the mature trees. Don't forget to stop by the awesome tire hill next to the playground, perfect for climbing on.
Get a group of friends together, and play a game at the volleyball court at Blyth Park.