The sports capital of Snohomish County, Monroe is a destination for athletes and outdoor enthusiasts year-round and is home to over 18 parks.
Skykomish River Park and Lewis Street Park boarder the Skykomish River. A footbridge from Lewis Street Park spans Wood Creek to Buck Island, where visitors may picnic, swim, hike, and fish. Lake Tye Park hosts sporting events throughout the year including world renowned wakeboard and triathlon competitions. It is also home to the Monroe Board and Blade Park; a street style course that has become a destination hot spot.
Take a hike on one of the many trails, go fishing, kayaking or white water rafting on the Skykomish River. Whatever your interests may be – The Adventure Starts Here!
Learn more about the City of Monroe’s parks, community programs and special events at https://www.monroewa.gov/92/Parks-Recreation