1516 220th Ave SE MAP IT!
Big Rock Park Central is a 20-acre park located in the heart of Sammamish. The land that makes up Big Rock Park Central includes dense forest cover, open meadows, a stream in the north, and over 1.5 miles of meandering trails that navigate through the property and connect to Big Rock Park North. The park also hosts several unique features, such as the historic Reard House, a heritage garden, and The Treehouse.
Stop by and explore everything this park has to offer!
In 2010, Mary Pigott gifted three parcels located in the center of the City (North, Central, and South) totaling 51 acres to the City of Sammamish as part of a phased land donation agreement. The first parcel, Big Rock Park North, was transferred in 2011. Following the transfer of the first parcel, the City began work on a master plan for both Big Rock Park North and Central. The master plan was adopted by City Council in 2014. Big Rock Park Central, the second of three parcels, was donated to the City in 2017. After concluding the first phase of improvements, the park opened to the community in late spring 2021. The third and final parcel will be donated in the future; it is currently the private property of Ms. Pigott.
Big Rock Park site maps
Big Rock Park North
Big Rock Park Central
Keep in mind parking is very limited; please prepare to park offsite and due to limited space onsite. Here are some options and ways to visit the park:
From Big Rock North and walk the trails21805 SE 8th Street
Big Rock Central1516 220th Ave SE
Overview - BRP North and Central
Parks, Recreation & Facilities