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American Legion Memorial Park

Features

  1. Arboretum
  2. Baseball Field
  3. Basketball Court
  4. Golf Course
  5. Picnic Shelter
  6. Picnic Tables
  7. Playground
  8. Restrooms
  9. Softball Field
  10. Tennis Court
  11. Trails
  12. Viewpoint

Legion Park closed to public on Thursday, June 7, 2018

For safety reasons, American Legion Park will be closed to cars and foot traffic all day on Thursday, June 7 due to the Sorticulture event equipment load in. This closure includes the tennis court and baseball fields. The Evergreen Arboretum will remain open.

About


Legion Memorial Park is on the bluff overlooking Port Gardner Bay. It features spectacular views, tennis courts, baseball fields, a playground and a picnic shelter. Event rental spaces include Legion Hall and Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens. Size: 18.5 acres.

Park Hours


6 am-10 pm, April 1-Oct 31
6 am-8 pm, Nov 1-March 31

Special Event Parking


Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival
July 4th Festival 

Hibulb Lookout


Where Land Meets Sea


Witness the sun sinking into the Salish Sea or ospreys banking against the winds above Port Gardner Bay. This promontory offers a panoramic view of the landscape, shore birds, and people at work and play on Everett's waterfront. Benches, interpretive signs waste cans make the bluff a lovely spot to stroll or relax. Bring a camera to capture colorful moments! Restrooms, dog waste bags and other amenities are available across the street at Legion Memorial Park.

Hibulb Village: Heart of the Region


This bluff overlooks land formerly called Hibulb Village, the principal winter home of the Snohomish People, for hundreds of years. Hibulb means, "where the water boils out of the ground," referring to the river that served as both highway and bountiful resource. Positioned well at the river's gateway, Hibulb was a hub for trade, leadership and socialization. Archeological evidence shows several hundred people lived here at any one time. From high on the bluff, onlookers could view the campsites of kin strewn along the seashore and riverbanks, giving the region its name, "Land of a Thousand Fires." for more information about Hibulb Village of the Snohomish People, visit Hibulb Cultural Center & Natural History Preserve.




Subfacilities

  1. Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens

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  2. Legion Hall

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  3. Legion Park Picnic Shelter

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