Explore Woodway


Woodway has approximately 24 acres of parkland for residents and visitors to enjoy.

The Carla Nichols Reserve
The Reserve, located in the south end of Town, is divided by Timberlane Road. The Upper Reserve is open year-round during daylight hours. Two access points, one in the Woodway Highlands neighborhood and one at the intersection of Timberlane Road and 240th Street S.W., lead to a short loop trail through second growth forest.

The Central Reserve is located at the corner of 113th Place W. and 240th Street S.W., across from Town Hall. A second entrance is now open on Timberlane Road across from the Upper Reserve. The trails are open during the summer only. A gazebo with benches is nestled at the west end of the trail.

John Bush Play AreaJohn Bush Play Area by Neal Stiffelman
The children's play area features swings, a play house, diggers, and climbing rocks. Two parking places serve both the play area and the Central Reserve.

Deer Creek Park
Woodway's newest park was created in 2016. A parking lot is available just south of the Brown Owl Bridge. The park includes a trail adjacent to the Deer Creek Park watershed, a trail up to the meadow, and a picnic area and exercise equipment at the meadow.

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