Located along Monroe’s Southern entrance, along State Route 203, just north of the scenic Lewis Street Bridge. The park is the oldest in the Monroe Park System and features century-old cedar trees, a children’s play area including a traverse wall, arch swing, covered picnic area, restrooms and a pedestrian bridge that crosses Woods Creek into Al Borlin Park. Its vast soft-surface trail system with spectacular Skykomish River views and access will not disappoint. A large parking area to the south provides easy access to the park as well as the Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife Boat Launch on the west side of the bridge. This picturesque park offers stunning views of the Skykomish River trailing beneath the rugged Cascade Range. It’s become a local favorite for family and wedding photoshoots.
Fun Fact: During the fall of 2014 the park and bridge became a film location for an Amazon Prime series titled: "The Man in the High Castle".