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Snohomish County Parks programs offers classes, camps, and events that place an emphasis on fitness, creativity, and the environment, for people of varying ages, abilities, and backgrounds. While art camps, martial arts, and swim classes remain more popular than ever, we continually strive to adapt and introduce new programs to meet the needs of our visitors.
Our specialized recreation programs offer people of all ages with special needs, a unique opportunity to enjoy our parks in a safe and caring environment. For families with income restrictions we offer a limited number of sponsorship.
New Program Ideas
We are currently working on creating new programs designed for youth and adults with disabilities and would love to hear your ideas! Please contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 425-388-6600 or via email.
If you have expertise you would like to share with others, you may be able to earn extra income being a Snohomish County Parks and Recreation instructor. Follow these easy instructions for more information or call 425-388-6604.
Camp and/or Swim Lessons Assistance (Sponsorship)
Funds provided by the Thrasher's Corner Sports Grill Benefit Golf Tournament are available to send a kid to camp. Fill out the sponsorship application and forward to Emily Druschba
We offer swim lessons at McCollum Park Pool and a variety of other swim-related training. Visit our Swim Lessons page for registration info.
Throughout the year, Snohomish County Park partners with the community to host exciting events the whole family can enjoy. Fall Pumpkin & Scarecrow event (see aerial video), Movies in the Park, Festival of the River at River Meadows Park, and National Night Out to name a few.
Parks also issues permits for a variety of private and public events. Events vary from charity fun runs to company picnics, to private parties. Should you be interested in hosting an event in the parks, contact 425-388-6600 for prices and permit requirements.
Tue Sep. 5 - Sat Jun. 30
Fri Jun. 1 - Sat Jun. 30