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Pioneer Park

Pioneer Park
18400 36th Avenue West
Neighborhood Park - 5.8 Acres

This linear neighborhood park serves as an open space buffer between single-family and multi-family residential. The park includes approximately 1.5 acres of forested area at the north end, with the remaining area developed for active recreational use.

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Features

  •  Play Structure (ages 5-12)
  •  2 Tennis Courts
  •  Walking Trail (0.65-mile)
  •  Nature Trail
  •  Grass Play Area
  •  Picnic Facilities
  •  Forested Area
  •  Parking

History

This site was part of one of the first homesteads in Alderwood Manor settled by Duncan Hunter in 1889. Hunter staked his claim to 80 acres of forest land near what today is 36th Avenue W. In 1895 the first school in Alderwood Manor was built on the Hunter homestead. The park site was acquired in 1985 and developed in 1987.