Established in 1946, Millwood City Park is located in the heart of Millwood on Frederick Avenue just east of Argonne Road.
The five-acre park includes a playground, wading pool, splash pad, two picnic shelters, restrooms, tennis courts, small basketball courts and soccer field.
Park hours are dawn to dusk and restrooms are open seasonally.
First opened in July of 1954, the Millwood Wading Pool has been the center piece of Millwood Park for generations.
The concrete pool is 24 feet across and approximately 14 inches deep with sprinklers located along the edge.
The pool opens the Saturday after school gets out (We follow the West Valley School District schedule) and remains open through Labor Day, conditions permitting. A lifeguard is on duty anytime the pool is open to ensure the safety of our littlest citizens!
Hours of Operation
Monday thru Saturday
11:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Closed for lunch 2:00-2:30)
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
The park has two picnic shelters perfect for reunions, large picnics or parties.
The City does not take reservations and use of the shelters is on a first come-first serve basis
Additional park amenities include basketball courts, tennis courts and a large open field appropriate for team sports.
PARK RULES (12.08 MMC)
- All parks are closed to the general public from 11:00 P.M. to 6:00 A.M. It is unlawful for any person to be in any park when closed to the public
- It is unlawful to throw any refuse, litter, broken glass, junk or garbage in any park except in designated receptacles.
- Firearms, fireworks, bows and arrows and slingshots are prohibited.
- Wine, beer or other intoxicating liquors are prohibited, except pursuant to a valid permit or license issued by the Washington State Liquor Control Board.
- Animals shall be permitted in the park provided they are restrained on a leash not more than six feet in length adequate to restrain the animal. The owner or person having custody and control of any animal in a city park shall be responsible to pick up and dispose in a garbage container all feces excreted by the animal in the park.
- It is unlawful to build fires in any park except in areas designated by the City Council.
- It is unlawful to camp in any park except at places set aside for such purposed by the City Council and so designated by signs
- It is unlawful to take up collections, or to engage in any activity for a commercial or pecuniary purpose in the park; or to operated or use any loudspeaker in any park without the written permit from the City Council.
- It is unlawful to sell refreshments or merchandise in any park, without the written permission of, or a concession contract with the City Council.