David E. Brink Park

David E. Brink Park in July 2022

David E. Brink Park is a waterfront park with a dock, several benches, and paved walking path.

There is limited street parking available at this park.  

The City completed a park renovation in 2022 to improve the shoreline, address accessibility, and increase water access. This project was funded in part by a grant from the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office.

Park Donations

Donating funds to a park is a wonderful way to show appreciation for Kirkland, to honor someone special, or to commemorate a milestone. Park benches and tables are the most popular items to donate, however other donations are possible as well, like those for trees or landscape, for general park maintenance, towards public art or other site amenities (i.e. water fountains), and even towards the tools and equipment needed to keep Kirkland’s parks beautiful.

Learn more about park donations

Park History

This park is named after David E. Brink, the Kirkland parks director responsible for establishing many Kirkland waterfront parks in the 1960s.

Public Art

Water Bearers sculpture  

Water Bearers
Glenna Goodacre

Purchased by residents for the City in 2002.

Waterfront Access

David E. Brink Park is located on Lake Washington near downtown Kirkland . The park does not have lifeguards. You can launch your personal watercraft (kayak, paddleboard, etc.) from the park. 

Learn more about lifeguarded beaches in Kirkland

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