Lynndale Park offers people living in Lynnwood apartments to let off some steam and enjoy the great outdoors.
The community park occupies a total of more than 40 acres, and although approximately 22 acres have been maintained as forests, the park has many things to do. It includes a number of baseball fields - it's also home to the local Pacific Little League team - tennis and basketball courts, and a a series of trails.
The park's most recent addition, a skate park built in 1999, also serves as a big attraction for teenagers of Lynnwood apartment renters. After continued demand by local skaters, the cities of Lynnwood and Edmonds teamed up to help build the park, which has a number of banks and curves designed to challenge both novice and experienced skaters.
In addition to the traditional park offerings, people renting an apartment in Lynnwood can take advantage of many of the cultural offerings in the park throughout the year. During the summer, local theater companies put on a free series of Shakespeare in the Park productions. Tickets aren't required, but Seattle
and Lynnwood apartment renters should bring a blanket or a chair, and show up early if they want to get a seat.
For the younger audience, the Lynnwood Parks and Recreation Department puts on a series of WonderStage shows every Wednesday throughout the summer for apartment renters and other local residents. Past performances have included a reptile exhibit, acrobats and jugglers. Held rain or shine, the shows are performed in the nearby elementary school gym in the case of bad weather.
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