Parks & Recreation


STANWOOD PARKS


Church Creek Park Playground 2020

Church Creek Park

Home to Movies in the Park each summer, you will also find an unlit little-league diamond that doubles as a softball field, a basketball court, nature trails, disc golf, a children’s play area, restroom facilities, a group shelter with four large tables + various other picnic areas located throughout the park.
27116 72nd Ave NW

Heritage Park

Heritage Park

The park includes sports fields, restrooms, a children's play area, a skate park, a dog park, a pump track, and a picnic shelter.  In addition, you will find a wetland area with an interpretive trail and an approximately 0.5-mile paved trail running east/west along the southern perimeter of the park and north/south between the playfields.
9998 276th St NW
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Lions Park

A small city park off of Cedarhome Drive and Park Drive (east of Pioneer Highway).  It is surrounded by one of the city’s more dense neighborhoods and provides a community open space for several homes and multi-family buildings in the neighborhood.  Amenities you will find at the park include a children's play area, basketball 1/2 court, and picnic facilities.

8328 Park Drive



FUTURE PARKS


Hamilton Park

Hamilton Landing

Future site of the City of Stanwood motorized and non-motorized boat launch, restroom facilities, benches, interpretive signs, and walking trail.

26810 98th Ave NW

Hamilton Landing Fact Sheet


Ovenell Park

Ovenell Park

This former 15-acre dairy farm is the future home to a non-motorized boat launch, boardwalk, walking trail, and viewing platform.

10520 Saratoga Drive


WALKING TRAILS


  • Church Creek Park Walking Trail is a short trail through a wooded area to Church Creek.
  • Heritage Park Walking Path- A paved path just shy of 0.5 miles.
  • Lindstrom Walking Path is a 1.4-mile loop around east Stanwood businesses. The walking path is owned and maintained by the Lindstrom Development Group. View a map of the 1.4-mile path (PDF).
  • Port Susan Trail- Currently in development, this 5-mile looped trail network supports a citywide plan that envisions a walkable and bikeable community. Phase 1, now underway, is the pedestrian trail that tops the flood control berm being built adjacent to the south side of Highway 532. Phase 2 starts at the 88th Avenue Park and Ride lot and connects to the east end of the berm trail. On the berm trail’s west end, Phase 2 continues around the water treatment plant that connects to Hamilton Landing Park and the Stillaguamish River overlook platform Boy Scouts built next to Twin City Foods. Together, the two phases cover 1.2 miles.