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Maple Leaf Reservoir Park

Address: 1020 NE 82nd St, 98115 (Map It)
Seattle Parks and Recreation Information:
(206) 684-4075 | Contact Us TTY Phone: (206) 233-1509

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  • Basketball (Half)
  • Play Area
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  • Restrooms (ADA Compliant)
  • Paths (ADA Compliant)
  • Soccer
  • Baseball/Softball
  • Pickleball Court
  • Zipline


4 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.


The 16 acres of park land will provides a neighborhood park for Northeast Seattle. The design theme Wind, Waves and Wings was inspired by a community vision.
The park includes the following:

  • a system of pathways weaving through plantings and trees, including two staircases connecting the upper and lower levels of the park. Note: The outer asphalt pathway is 2540 so 2 laps is just 200 under 1 mile
  • a viewpoint highlighting the Mount Rainier and Lake Washington
  • a series of rain gardens
  • a shelter and gathering plaza
  • a sports court area, including pickle ball court, a hitting wall, and basketball hoops
  • two ball fields
  • a play area boasting a zip line, childrens garden, and other unique play features.

Maple Leaf Park features Patrick Marolds site-specific public artwork, Confluent Boulders. Inspired by the two sources of water that feed the Maple Leaf Reservoir, the sculpture comprises of two igneous boulders taken from the Tolt River and Cedar River Watersheds. With the Cascade Range as a back drop, Confluent Boulders enhances our awareness of the regions natural resources and its connection to the environment.

Acreage: 16


Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is replacing its open reservoirs with underground structures that will improve the quality and security of our water supply and provide new public open spaces on reservoir lids throughout Seattle. The Maple Leaf Reservoir is one reservoir that has been covered and has allowed for new park space using funding from the 2008 Parks and Green Spaces Levy.

To learn more about Seattle Parks and Recreation, including historic landmarks, military base reuse, and the Sherwood History Files, view our Park History.


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