Wildwood Park is a small public park located in a South End neighborhood, directly near the Mercer Island Country…More Club. The park is one of two public parks designated by the city as an "off-leash area" for dog owners and their pets to enjoy running in the open field. </p>
<p>There is a small stand of alder and evergreen trees and a trail on the east side of the park.</p>
Upper Luther Burbank Park 2900 84th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA98040 Upper Luther Bank Park in a sense overlooks Luther Burbank Park. It abutts a sleepy 84th Ave SE, with housing lots…More a little bigger and tree-lined. This park is not on the Mercer Island Parks website and may be a little overlooked. Although no where near as large as Pioneer Park, it has that feel: several trails with full bodied Northwest trees and overgrowth. Great for walking the dog.
Bicentennial Park 77th Ave SE & SE 32nd St, Mercer Island, WA98040 Bicentennial Park is located directly to the northwest of Mercerdale Park and was built on land donated by the city and…More school district to commemorate the United States bicentennial. There is a brick plaza and flagpole at the center of the park, which is connected to nearby First Hill by a trail.
SE 56th St. Landing 99 Brook Bay Rd, Mercer Island, WA98040 The SE 56th St. Landing is an undeveloped street-end park, located at the end of Brook Bay Rd. There is a solitary park…More bench perched over a concrete bulkhead here, offering fine views of Seattle's downtown skyline and Seward Park.
Mercerdale Park 77th Ave SE & SE 32nd St, Mercer Island, WA98040 Mercerdale Park is in the heart of downtown Mercer Island and offers a plaza area, picnic tables, a skate park and…More a children's play structure. Open space at the center of the park is surrounded by a walking path, and an additional 18.5 acres of forested hillside area to the west, called Mercerdale Hillside Park, is part of the city's Open Space Vegetation Plan. A community sign on the east side of the park (78th Avenue Southeast) announces ongoing community events.
77th Avenue SE Landing 7670 SE 22nd St, Mercer Island, WA98040 Hidden away in a northern cove of Mercer Island, this street-end park offers water access from a reinforced lakewall. A…More park bench underneath a large cedar features beautiful views of Meydenbauer Bay and Medina.
Rotary Park 88th Ave SE & SE 44th St, Mercer Island, WA98040 Located near St. Monica School and the library is this tiny park. It is not much in the way of acreage, but…More could provide for a moment by yourself or a long lunch.
Occupying a half acre on Lake Washington in a residential area, Slater Park is a quiet area perfect for the…More family.</p>
<p>Visitors can take advantage of benches or grass to admire the gardens or walk down the short pathway to the lakefront for swimming, sunbathing, picnicking, reading and thinking.</p>
First Hill Park SE 32nd St & 72nd Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA98040 Serving the residental area around SE 32nd and 72nd Ave SE, this little park offers a respite from the chores of…More the day. There is an elaborate play structure for the kids, with quite a slide. And basketball is available.
Northwest Park Brokerage 7638 SE 27th St, Mercer Island, WA98040 NW Park Brokerage is a mobile home park sales broker, management, and consulting firm. Advisors offer help to clients in…More need of guidance over selling, buying or investing in mobile home parks.
Clise Park SE 40th St & Island Crest Way, Mercer Island, WA98040 Located at the corner of Island Crest and 40th Street, not far from the hustle and bustle of the downtown, is a small…More but elegant park featuring quiet and open space.
Pioneer Park 6800 Island Crest Way, Mercer Island, WA98040 Pioneer Park contains the largest forest on the island, covering 113 acres of lush, wooded land, ravines, streams and…More trails, ideal for hiking, horseback riding, and biking. Some trails are accessible by wheelchairs and strollers. Trails in the northeast quadrant of the park also connect to the Engstrom Open Space area, an 8-acre area of wilderness.
North Mercerdale Hillside Park 7415 SE 27th St, Mercer Island, WA98040 This pocket park of just under four acres is a little gem, offering trails and open space. Situated up on the hill, off…More 74th Avenue Southeast, it is a perfect place for quiet and brisk walks.
Park on the Lid 72nd Ave SE & SE 22nd St, Mercer Island, WA98040 The Lid sits on 20 acres of land covering the Mercer Island I-90 tunnel. It has a variety of athletic facilities…More including tennis courts, baseball/softball fields, soccer fields and basketball courts. Picnic tables and shelters, restrooms, a children's play structure, open space and trails, and beautiful views of downtown Seattle and Lake Washington make The Lid a popular Mercer Island park.
SE 80th Open Space 8599 SE 80th St, Mercer Island, WA98040 The SE 80th Open Space features commanding views of Newcastle, Renton and Mt. Rainier on a clear day. It is managed by…More the city 's Department of Parks and Recreation.
Roanoke Landing 1600 Roanoke Way, Mercer Island, WA98040 The former site of the Roanoke car ferry dock, this park is completely paved and valued mainly for gazing into the…More crystal clear waters of Lake Washington and at the Seattle neighborhood that once shared the ferry, Leschi. A stout wooden barrier allows visitors to lean over the 6-foot drop to get a good look. The park also features an interpretive sign dedicated to Mercer Island's past reliance on ferry transportation to connect it to the outside world.
Roanoke Park 70th Ave SE & W Mercer Way, Mercer Island, WA98040 This park is just one acre, but feels bigger. There are water views and a very nice tennis court . There's a tire swing,…More a standard swing set, pull-up rings and a play structure modelled after a sailing ship to occupy your children.
Gallagher Hill Open Space 3701 Gallagher Hill Rd, Mercer Island, WA98040 Gallagher Hill Open Space is part of Mercer Island's improved greenbelt parkland. The ravine is managed by the city's…More Department of Parks and Recreation under the Open Space Vegetation Plan.
47th St. Open Space 4700 E Mercer Way, Mercer Island, WA98040 The 47th St. Open Space is a forested ravine and part of the City of Mercer Island's parks system, protected from…More development. The land is managed under the city's Open Space Vegetation Plan.
Parkwood Ridge Open Space 9165 Parkwood Ridge Rd, Mercer Island, WA98040 Parkwood Ridge is an unimproved greenbelt area managed by the city Department of Parks and Recreation. The small ravine…More shares the same name as the surrounding development.
Secret Park 2700 W Mercer Way, Mercer Island, WA98040 This tiny tucked-away park offers a family the quiet it deserves. Most importantly, there are swings and a play…More structure for the kids. You can get the kids out of the house, plan a simple picnic and spend the day outside. Odds are you'll be alone, but if not, it'll be twice the fun.
Miller Landing 4765 Forest Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA98040 The west side of Mercer Island has a number of 'landings,' which are small parks extending a road into Lake Washington.…More One such landing is Miller Landing at the far end of Forest Avenue, near 81 Avenue SE. It is somewhat overlooked and forgotten, but it will take you to the water's edge.
Salem Woods 6200 90th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA98040 Salem Woods is an unimproved greenbelt area managed by the City Department of Parks and Recreation. The small ravine…More shares the same name as the surrounding development.