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Tambark Creek Park
- Athletic Field
- Dog Park
- Open Field
- Picnic Areas
- Picnic Shelters
Tambark Park is a 40 acre blend of open fields, woodlands, and wetlands, with features that include restrooms, sports field, picnic shelters, and off-leash area.
The Tambark Creek Community Park site was acquired in 1995 / 1996 through a joint agreement between the City of Mill Creek and Snohomish County. This partnership was created in order to meet the park needs of the local community by providing a facility that would provide active sports fields as well as other park features. The park opened June 28, 2013. In 2005, funding was allocated for development of the site through a mitigation agreement with King County for construction of the Brightwater treatment plant. Tambark Creek Park Community Pedestrian Improvements
- Read about improvements that were made last year to the pedestrian areas.
- View photos of Tambark Creek Park Community Pedestrian Improvements as of October 17, 2013.
- Find out about more athletic fields in Snohomish County.
- Check out the picnic shelters at Tambark Creek Park and how you can reserve one for your next event.
From SR-527 (Bothell-Everett Hwy) head east on 180th Street Southeast. To reach the west entrance, turn left (north) onto 35th Street Southeast and proceed approximately one tenth of a mile (park is on the right).
To reach the east entrance, continue heading east on 180th and take a left onto Sunset Road. From Sunset turn left onto 176th Street Southeast and follow to the end of the road.
The park can be accessed through two paved parking lots that serve the western and eastern sides of the park. The west parking lot, off 35th, has approximately 50 parking spaces. The east parking lot off Sunset Road and 176 Street Southeast has approximately 75 parking spaces.