132nd Square Park, Kirkland

4.4
#8 of 9 in Parks in Kirkland
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Friends of 132nd Square Park is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and improving 132nd Square Park in Kirkland, Washington.



The park is located in the northeast part of the city, in the Kingsgate area, at the corner if NE 132nd Street and 132nd Avenue NE (hence the name!). The 9.76 acre park features two baseball fields, a soccer field, restrooms, picnic area, a walking path, a reflexology path, and a great new playground and swings. Friends and neighbors of the park, including the Totem Lake Neighborhood Assocation, raised money, obtained grants, and contributed a large amount of volunteer labor to bring the new playground and swings to the park.



The park is currently owned and maintained by King County, but due to the recent annexation, will transition to the City of Kirkland at the end of 2011. The delay in the transfer of ownership allows for a smooth transition of scheduled use of the park.



Whether you live in the neighborhood or come to the park from anywhere in the area, we invite you to join us in keeping 132nd Square Park clean and its equipment in good shape, so that it stays a great place for all of us to visit! You can contact us at info (at) 132park.org.
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  • After nearly Three years, I just went to this Park and there was not many changes. It is still a nice place to walk and there is a place of foot therapy (We can just walk over different types of...  more »
  • I love this park for its scenic beauty and nice walking path ways.I just spent some time here as i was leaving USA.Its different from what i have seen here in Winter during my earlier visit as we saw....  more »
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  • Loved this park. Very clean and plenty of space for large group events. Great playground equipment, swings and a baseball field.
  • Great place for young kids, couple baseball fields, two soccer goals, a hill for sledding, path to walk the dogs. The big thing against it is there mud holes in the field. But otherwise a great place for many activities.

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