Did you ever think you would visit a park and watch a movie? At Willis Tucker Park you can!
This 84 acre forested community park in Washington State is home to a number of fun activities that will entertain the whole family on your day out.
The spray pad is the most popular feature, where you can just throw on some shorts or a swimsuit and try and dodge the tricky soaker or the silverflow cannon! There is also a host of fun water activities to enjoy, from the power volcano, power spinner, water jelly and splash palace!
Kids also love the sand box right next to the spray feature, so it can really feel like you are on the beach!
The Spray Pad opens the end of May each year and stays open until the warm weather ends in September. Great water fun during those summer days!
There are also three kite shelters that you can reserve if you want.
Also at Willis Tucker Park is an off-leash dog area so the entire family can join in on the fun, no matter how many legs, and a unique features are the movies in the park during summer!
Thursday evenings over summer gives you this super fun experience where you can lie back on the grass, or on your own low lawn chairs, and just enjoy the big screen!
With walking trails to enjoy, and farmer's markets every Friday, Willis Tucker Park is SO much more than a park!
Turn those TVs off, and enjoy this beautiful park that loves to give families a great time!
The Spray Pad is open end of May to September, and the movies are open seating, starting 7pm Thursdays over summer (and they are FREE!)
The movies offer popcorn and soda to purchase
Healthy Eating Willis Tucker Park offers two reservable 24' x 36' picnic shelters and three sunshade areas. There are also plenty of picnic spaces to enjoy a home made lunch! Make sure you have plenty of water
From I-5, take the 128th Street exit and drive east approximately four miles to Snohomish-Cascade Drive. (128th Street becomes 132nd and then 134th as you drive east.) Turn right onto Snohomish-Cascade Drive. At the first stop sign, turn left onto Puget Park Drive. Park entrance is the next left.
Sections of the park are certainly ADA accessible, but if you have any questions, just speak to staff
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