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Twin Rivers Park
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- Disc Golf
- Open Field
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Park Update July 2020Snohomish County has been contracting with the City of Arlington to maintain and operate Twin Rivers County Park for many years. Beginning in 2019, city and county staff began discussing the possible transfer of maintenance and operations back to Snohomish County. As of June 15, 2020 Twin Rivers County Park is once again the responsibility of the Snohomish County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism (SCPRT).
The first of several public meetings was held virtually on June 24, 2020, 6:00-7:00 pm with the four youth and adult groups that have scheduled use of Twin Rivers County Park. The second virtual public meeting was held on July 22, 2020 6:00-7:00 pm via Zoom.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions on group size and events, it is unknown whether any competitive games will occur at Twin Rivers County Park in 2021. Due to a lack of staffing during the pandemic, SCPRT is experiencing a maintenance backlog and does not anticipate any additional funding or staff to help maintain Twin Rivers County Park. SCPRT is looking at the user groups to assist where and when they can and has asked the four user groups about their interest and ability to help mow and maintain the athletic fields. SCPRT has contracted with a local farmer to hay/mow the grass athletic fields at the park when the grass gets tall enough.
Twin Rivers Park is a large park located at the point where the North and South Forks of the Stillaguamish Rivers converge. The park provides practice and competition soccer fields and little league baseball fields. Large open fields are available for walking pets or jogging. Twin Rivers Park is home of one of the premier disc golf courses in the region.
Be advised, a parking permit is required at Twin Rivers Park during the summer months. Daily permits can be purchased at the park and an annual permits (annual parks-wide pass) can be purchased online or by contacting Parks Administration at 425-388-6600.
Originally a farm, the property was purchased with money from the county’s first park bond issue.