The Campbell Creek Trail is seven miles long, spanning from Tudor Road to Dimond Boulevard. There are parks, playgrounds, and opportunities for salmon viewing along the way. You may also see locals fishing or taking a float down Campbell Creek when the water is high enough.
16 parking spaces available as well as 2 handicap parking spaces. Toddler playground equipment for 2-5 year olds (ADA accessible), small ball field area, a portable restroom may be available May through August, fishing on Campbell Creek, lit trail, skiing, salmon viewing. Located in the Campbell Creek Greenbelt.
This nearly 20-acre park near Campbell Creek has several soccer fields, picnic tables, a little league ball field (without the backstop), a viewing area overlooking Waldron Lake, and several elevated fishing and salmon-viewing decks that are suspended above Campbell Creek. You can access the Campbell Creek Trail and all of these amenities from Rakof Ave., just east of the New Seward More...
Campbell Creek Park, these salmon-viewing decks and walkways are a great place to spot bright red sockeye and king salmon in mid to late July. You can access a small parking area at Folker Street & E 46th or, of course, via the Campbell Creek Trail.