COVID-19 Park Response

UPDATE 03/19/2020, 9:25 am

What we’re doing 

The health and safety of our community is our top concern, and we are doing our part to help contain the spread of this virus. We are making daily assessments based on Public Health’s guidance, and we will do our best to communicate any changes in our operations as quickly as possible.
In accordance with guidance from Snohomish County Public Health and the Washington Department of Health regarding COVID-19, the following Snohomish County Park facilities restrictions are in effect: 



  • Playgrounds:  Playgrounds/playground structures are closed through April 30, 2020.
  • Picnic Shelters:  No new reservations accepted for events on or before April 30, 2020.  Existing reservations must meet COVID-19 social requirements.
  • Activity Centers:  Willis Tucker Park.  Closed.  No new reservations accepted for events on or before April 30, 2020. Existing reservations must meet COVID-19 social requirements.
  • Yurts & Vacation Home:  Kayak Point/River Meadows Parks.   All yurt reservations (with check-in dates on or before April 30, 2020 are cancelled.  Full refunds will be issued.  No new reservations accepted through April 30, 2020.  
  • Administration Offices:  Willis Tucker Park, Fair Park, and WSU Extension offices are closed to the public until further notice (Business by phone and online will continue).
  • Sport fields/rentals:  All scheduled practices and games cancelled.  Tambark Creek Park field is closed due to social distancing restrictions.  
  • Permitted events and rentals over 50:  Cancelled. 
  • Swim Lessons:  All registrations on hold until May 1st.  
  • Annual Pass Sales:  Annual Pass sales at the parks are suspended until further notice.  Passes can still be purchased online.
For questions or information on refunds, please contact our Call Center (M-F, 8:30am-4:30pm) at 425-388-6600. For additional Parks contact information, click HERE 

At this time our parks, campsites, boat launches, trails and open spaces remain open.
 When using our parks, campsites, trails and open spaces, please follow Public Health’s guidelines in preventing the spread of this virus (see below)

What you can do