Community volunteers have built nature trails through the park. This helps keep invasive plants under control.
"Stolja Ali" Place of Medicine Ethnobotanical Garden
In 2010, students in the Learn-n-serve Environmental Anthropology Field (LEAF) at Edmonds Community College adopted Gold Park. With Snohomish Tribe of Indians, the school improved the trail system, and developed the "Stolja Ali" Place of Medicine Ethnobotanical Garden. The Garden showcases native plants of the Coast Salish Tribe and their modern uses and roles in restoration and ecology. These volunteer efforts have improved the park's environment, creating a healthier ecosystem and an educational experience for the community.
6421 200th Street Southwest, Lynnwood 98036 View Map
6421 200th Street Southwest ,
Lynnwood's parks are open dawn to dusk.