Old School Park

1026 Alvord St. Darrington, WA 98241 For Gazebo reservations contact Darrington Town Hall at (360)436-1131 FREE WI-FI NOW AVAILABLE!
Spend a day playing your heart out at Old School Park! Centrally located on 1026 Alvord Street, Old School Park is a perfect place for a picnic under the gazebo, an exciting bike run on the Darrington Pump Track, or just to let the kids play at the playground. The majestic Whitehorse Mountain towers above the park and provides a spectacular view of the "horse" that the mountain is so famously named for. Can you see it?

Come and see the exciting new changes at Old School Park! Reflecting a long-held community desire to provide a park for skateboarders and bicyclists to ride and more opportunities to get outside and play, we have added a brand new state of the art skate park, new basketball and tennis courts, and a pioneer walk commemorative walk-way. This was accomplished with grants from RCO Washington Wildlife Recreation Program, the Department of Commerce Capital Facilities and public donations for a total of just over $1.3 million.

Darrington Pump Track

1026 Alvord St. Darrington, WA 98241 Phone: (360)436-1131 Visit the Darrington Pump Track Facebook Page
Bring your bike and get ready to ride! Have you taken a ride on a pump track before? Your in for a treat! A pump track is an oval-shaped bike route with bumps, curves and jumps designed to challenge riders' control of their bikes. Riders rely on momentum and balance to carry them around the track rather than pedaling. Pump tracks are a great introduction to mountain biking for people who want to hone skills that are useful on any trail.

Nels Bruseth Memorial Garden

Located across from the U.S Forest Service on Emens Ave. Darrington, WA 98241
A unique display of history awaits you at the Nels Bruseth Memorial Garden. The dugout canoes that are displayed were used at the Texas Pond Cedar Bolt Camp. There are picnic tables to use and restrooms are located at the U.S Forest Service Ranger Station located across from the park. In 1909, Nels Bruseth was the first white man to climb Whitehorse Mountain. Read more about Nels Bruseth and his wonderfully profound impact on Darrington and the surrounding communities.