Marsh Park

Cottonwoods at Marsh Park in Fall

Marsh Park is a waterfront park with a large grass lawn, a dock, picnic tables, restrooms and a small parking lot. It is located in the Lakeview neighborhood and features views of the Seattle Skyline.

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

The park was named after the Marsh family. Ludwig Marsh built a home in Kirkland in 1905 on the site across from the park. Ludwig's oldest son Louis was one of the first three engineers with the Boeing company. Louis Marsh retired from Boeing after World War II, having served longer than any other employee. He donated the waterfront portion of his property to the City of Kirkland for the park named in his honor.

Public Art

Marsh Park features one public art piece:

Leap Frog sculpture at Marsh Park

Leap Frog
Prince Monyo Mihailescu-Nasturel

Waterfront Access

Marsh Park is located on Lake Washington. The beach does not have lifeguards. You can launch your personal watercraft (kayak, paddleboard, etc.) from the park. 

Learn more about lifeguarded beaches in Kirkland

Photos of Marsh Park



6605 Lake Washington Blvd, Kirkland 98033  View Map

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