It's Salmon SEEson!

Fall is here, and salmon are returning to streams and rivers around the Puget Sound. See these natural beauties and be inspired by their seasonal journey home at spots around the Greater Lake Washington Watershed!

See salmon at Rotary Community Park Boardwalk and Trail

Date: October 11, 18th and 25th, from 10 a.m. - 12 noon
Location: Rotary Community Park, 19518 136 Ave. NE in Woodinville.
Contact: For more information, call 425.489.2754 x2221 or email

chinook salmon underwater Come see spawning salmon along Little Bear Creek at Rotary Park in Woodinville on October 11, 18th and 25th, from 10-12. Volunteers will be there to help you.

Driving directions:

Rotary Community Park/Skate Park
19518 136th Avenue NE

From I-405 south or north, take State Route 522 east, toward Woodinville-Monroe. At the "Duvall" exit (2nd Woodinville exit), take a left (west) turn from exit ramp onto NE 195th Street. Go under 522 overpass and immediately on your right (north) you will see the Skate Park portion of Rotary Community Park. Turn right (north) onto 136th Avenue NE. Public parking runs along both sides of 136th Avenue NE. Enter skate park and proceed to covered pavilion.

Additional Woodinville salmon events:

Dig in at Woodinville's annual fall Sammamish ReLeaf event on September 27th from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the confluence of Little Bear Creek and the Sammamish River. Help maintain this restoration site to keep it working for salmon habitat. To volunteer, contact Patrick Tefft, (425-489-2700 X2289) or

Help track salmon use of area streams and rivers – learn how to be a volunteer salmon watcher at the Eastside salmon watcher training on September 8, 2008 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. For more details, contact Debra Crawford at (425) 489-2754 ext. 2221 or

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