Juanita Bay Park

2201 Market Street, Kirkland, WA 98033
Juanita Bay Park abounds with flora and fauna and features views of Forbes Creek Wetland, Juanita Beach and Juanita Bay. Juanita Bay Park is a Green Kirkland Partnership restoration area. The restroom building is typically open March through October. A portable toilet is available from approximately November to March. There is a small parking lot at this park. From 1932 to 1975 Juanita Bay Park was the nine-hole Juanita Golf Course. Legendary American pro Joanne Gunderson Carner learned to golf on the Juanita links. Carner, a Kirkland native, won two U.S. Women's Open and five U.S. Women's Amateur titles, earned 43 wins on the LPGA Tour and three LPGA Player of the Year Awards. Her accomplishments are memorialized in the Kirkland Plaza of Champions in Marina Park. Please note the waters surrounding Juanita Bay Park are a protected wildlife habitat area. You may not enter the Juanita Bay wildlife habitat area, whether by boat (motorized or non-motorized), raft, floatation device, or swimming. Juanita Bay Park and the waters adjacent to the park are a wildlife habitat area. The boundaries of the wildlife habitat area are parked by warning signs posted on buoys. KMC 14.16.050
Park Amenities
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