Blyth Park

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The City purchased Blyth Park from the Bothell Lions Club in the late 1950s. Located along the Sammamish River and the Sammamish River Trail, Blyth is Bothell’s largest park. Prior to becoming a park, this was the site of the factory. Extremely popular for group picnics. The two picnic shelters may be reserved through Bothell Parks and Recreation please see General Rules and Group Rules.

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