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Stadler Ridge Park

Stadler Ridge Park
17428 33rd Place West
Neighborhood Park - 2 Acres
  • The Grand Opening and Dedication of Stadler Ridge Park was held on Monday, April 1, 2013.  Mayor Don Gough and Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Director Lynn Sordel welcomed the neighbors and the Stadler family to their new park.  Park development was funded with a grant from the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program and the City of Lynnwood General Fund.

Stadler Ridge Park is a small neighborhood park located in northeast Lynnwood. The park includes natural forested areas and rolling topography, with rock outcroppings, stumps and logs retained in the landscape as informal seating and natural play features. Three at-grade slides connect hillside terraces with play equipment. A loop trail encircles the active central portion of the park, and nature trails wind through the forested areas. 

View Stadler Ridge Park Aerial

View Stadler Ridge Park Plan As Built 

Features

  • Play Structure (ages 5-12)
  • Slides
  • Basketball Key
  • Large Grass Play Area
  • Walking Trail (0.2-mile)
  • Nature Trails (0.14-mile) 
  • Picnic Area
  • Interpretive Sign 
  • On-Street Parking

History

Stadler Ridge Park is named for the Stadler family who settled in this area in 1928.  Emil and Katie Stadler moved to Alderwood Manor from Montana and purchased a five-acre farm on 36th Ave W where they raised eight children.  In the early 1940s, the family purchased an additional ten acres to the west, and ten acres to the south of this park. Descendants of the Stadler family continue to live in the Lynnwood area.