This beautiful expansive wetland park is nestled in the community of Mill Creek, an urban area. The sensitive wildlife habitat and diverse plant community serves multiple functions of flood control. The network of boardwalks and trails provides excellent opportunities for bird watching and appreciating the ecosystem. Close to shopping and dining with easy access to I-5. Bring a picnic and take a hike with your family.
The property was originally owned by the Bailey family, historic homesteaders. The county parks department and Surface Water Management targeted the site as a regional stormwater detention facility. The site was later developed with an interpretive boardwalk.
Services & Amenities:
- Bird Watching
- Comfort Station
- Interpretive Walks, Self
- Viewing Platform/Overlk
Alerts and Important Information
WELCOME TO NORTH CREEK COMMUNITY PARK!
SNOHOMISH COUNTY PARKS & RECREATION SHELTER AGREEMENT:
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ARE STRICTLY PROHIBITED SCC.10.06.010.
Permittee shall comply with Snohomish County Park Rules & Regulations. If at any time any or all members of the group behave in conflict with any laws or park codes, they will be asked to leave.
Place garbage in the receptacles provided. No litter producing items, i.e., hay bales, water balloons, or raw eggs. No nails, staples or tacks will be used in shelter wood.
Fires will be built in fire pits only; no fires will be left unattended nor allowed to extend beyond the capacity of the fire pit. Special cooking units for the purpose of barbecuing for large groups must be approved in advance by the Park Ranger.
Permittee shall maintain control of the group. The area shall be kept clean at all times and upon termination site shall be left in condition as found before event. Non-compliance may affect ability to reserve shelter areas in the future.
Reservations are for the shelter only. Restrooms will be shared by the general public. No reservations for parking, (parking is on a first-come, first-served basis only). NOTE: Parking becomes full by noon on summer weekends. Carpooling is encouraged. 6. Permittee must occupy shelter by 9:00a.m. to secure site. If shelter is not occupied by 11:00a.m. permittee may lose rights to the shelter, and forfeit all fees paid. The shelter may be opened to the general public use at the discretion of the Park Ranger on duty. End time on permit is an approximate to sunset. Shelter and activity area must be vacated 1 hour before sunset.
Amplified music is prohibited. No boom boxes allowed.
Please do not remove picnic tables from other shelters
BY ACCEPTING THIS RESERVATION YOU ACCEPT THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS GROUP'S COMPLIANCE OF ALL STATED IN THIS AGREEMENT.
Getting There:GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From I-5 southbound take EXIT 186, turn left onto 128TH ST SW / WA-96. Turn right onto 16th Ave SE, turn right onto Bothell-Everett Hwy / WA-527. Turn right onto 183rd St SE, park entrance is on the right.
From I-5 northbound take EXIT 183, keep right at the fork to go on 164th St SW, turn right onto Bothell-Everett Hwy / WA-527, turn right onto 183rd St SE, park entrance is on the right.
North Creek County Park
1011 183RD ST SE
BOTHELL WA 98012
Phone Number:Information: (425)388-6600