Outdoors in Edmonds
Whale watching to bird watching, pools to sandy beaches. Visit a park or take a guided tour for your next adventure.
Catch a whale watching tour from the Edmonds Marina.
Built over a historic wharf, the dog-friendly park includes an overlook with signage marking all the peaks visible on the Olympic range.
A complete listing of all parks in Edmonds
Anderson Center Field is a great place to families to picnic or play a ballgame or catch a movie.
Brackett's Landing North is the site of the Edmonds Underwater Park
A marine sanctuary, public art, and waterfront pathways.
The community plaza hosts the annual holiday tree lighting, and the Japanese Stone Lantern, a gift from Hekinan, Japan.
A running track, skate park, ballfields and a playground all make this park a wonderful gathering place.
A welcome resting place with a seating wall and interactive rainmaker.
A full list of dog friendly parks in Edmonds.
Edmonds City Park is blessed with all the amenities to attract families, including walking trails, ball fields, and a spray park.
A perfect salt-water fishing location, whether you have a boat or not. This pier draws an estimated 100,000 users each year.
One of the few urban saltwater estuaries remaining in the Puget Sound, providing outstanding bird watching.
The public marina in Edmonds has guest moorage, dry storage and a boat launch. Reach Edmonds from anywhere in Puget Sound.
Edmonds' only off leash area is located at the southend of Marina Beach at 498 Admiral Way and is managed by a local non-profit.
Outdoor Movie Night is a great way to spend the evening in the summer months.
Take a guided tour on a Segway and see sunsets, history and art.
A small overlook with views of Puget Sound and benches for your lunch break.
Where to spot a train or take in a model scale railroad.
27 acres of tide and bottom lands with trails for divers. One of the top 10 in the state's underwater park system.