Our ball field is perfect for an afternoon pick-up game of softball or an easy batting and catching practice session with Mom or Dad. We are proud to provide a practice space for soccer, t-ball, and softballteams that are mostly comprised of neighborhood kids and coached by neighborhood parents.
To keep our neighborhood special and enjoyable, please:
clean up after your event according to checklist on-line
safely pick up loose garbage and dispose in trash can
Reservations Reservations for sports teams open February 1st. All other events open May 1st. Ball field for sports teams is available for reservations Monday-Thursday nights, with alternating timeframes in Spring and Fall, and Saturdays until 12pm. This allows for family/community to use fields.
For sports teams: Between Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day, we only accept team reservations for Monday-Thursday and Saturdays; we do not accept reservations on Fridays or Sundays in the summer. All teams must have a current insurance coverage certificate from the sponsoring league on file with the Pool / Park Directors.
For approval of reservation(s), submit all forms to the Pool / Park Directors via email at email@example.com. Alternately, hard copies may be submitted at the pool office during pool hours. Payment secures your reservation. Please allow 5-7 business days for us to process your request and send a confirmation email.
Pets ALL PETS MUST BE LEASHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH CITY OF KIRKLAND LEASH LAWS as our park isnot a designated off-leash park. Keep pets out of the playground and tennis courts, and away from children and other pets. Please also remember that many people and especially children are frightened of dogs and off-leash dogs could cause undue anxiety or accidental injury. There are designated off-leash parks at Edith Moulton Park and Jasper's Park.
For the most part, residents are very respectful and clean up after their pets. Many neighbors along the park fence have reported more than usual pet waste and "gifts" in their immediate access to the park. However, because other neighborhoods do not allow pets in their parks, those residents bring their dogs to our park. We ask that you model common sense practices and respectfully remind others to clean up after their pets.