Are you a Mountlake Terrace resident who regularly enjoys playing tennis? If so, you’re in luck as we’ve gathered a list of the best tennis facilities in and around the Mountlake Terrace area. Continue reading to locate a tennis court near you.

For a minimal fee, you can play tennis at the newly remodeled Forest Crest Athletic Club any time of day, seven days a week! Click here to book your court online.

#1 Forest Crest Athletic Club

4901 238th St SW Mountlake Terrace WA 98043


(425) 774-0014

Hours: Open 24 Hours

Every member and visitor is regarded as an individual, not a number. Because we are a small firm, everyone knows your name and will go out of their way to learn more about you.

Each of our coaches competes in local and sectional competitions and has accumulated over 40,000 hours of competitive experience.

Our courts are open to members and visitors 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and we provide racket stringing.

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#2 Evergreen Playfield

22205 56th Ave W, Mountlake Terrace WA 98043


(425) 670-5732

Hours: Open 24 Hours

In the center of the city, the Evergreen Playfield Complex provides 16 acres of great parkland.

It has some of Mountlake Terrace’s most well-known leisure amenities.

Along with the athletic field shared with Terrace Park School, the area serves as a big sports complex that houses the majority of the community’s competitive sports facilities.

The complex has four lit tennis courts, a newly constructed all-weather lit multipurpose synthetic turf field (E-1/2), one lit baseball/softball field (E-3), a grass multipurpose field (E-4/5) and one soccer field surrounded by a quarter mile track adjacent to the Recreation Pavilion and Off-Leash Dog Park (E-6).

Restrooms, a snack stand, play equipment, a picnic area, grills, and walking paths are all available at Evergreen Playfield Complex.

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#3 South Lynnwood Park

20915 61st Ave W Lynnwood WA 98036


(425) 670-5732

Hours: Mon-Fri 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM

South Lynnwood Park is a 4.2-acre community park in Lynnwood, Washington. It is located in the city’s most ethnically diverse district. This park, was opened in 1978, includes several facilities that have outlived their usefulness. Many of the facilities are insufficient to suit the community’s demands for physical exercise and social gatherings. This project will offer South Lynnwood with easily accessible and close-by leisure alternatives.

This is the only active park in the area that is within walking distance. With a variety of leisure activities, we’ve concentrated on satisfying the demands of various user groups. To guarantee that this project meets the requirements of the community, outreach was conducted. The renovation will turn the park into a gathering place for the community. It will encourage individuals of all ages and abilities to live active lives.

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#4 Horizon View Park

20099 47th Ave NE Lake Forest Park WA 98155


(206) 368-5440

Hours: Mon-Fri 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Horizon View Park, at the highest point in Lake Forest Park, features meadows and fields for active activity as well as peaceful contemplation spots. A paved route winds its way through a forested natural setting. Another loops around the City of Seattle’s reservoir, which is located inside the 8.4-acre park. The park is a terrific area to walk your dog, run, picnic, meet up with your team, take your youngster on a pretend train journey, or climb on the park’s climbing structure.

Horizon View was formerly a Nike missile installation that was deactivated in 1964 and turned into a park and reservoir. The park was originally known as “Choo-Choo Park” because of a neighboring train museum. The playground still features a toy train, even if the museum is no longer there.

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#5 Shoreline Park

19030 1st Ave NE Shoreline WA 98155


(206) 801-2600

Hours: Mon-Thu 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM, Fri-Sun 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Shoreview Park is perfect for a number of activities, including tennis, soccer, track and field, walking/running, and dog walking. There are many sports fields, two of which are set up for baseball/softball games and one of which is utilized for soccer games. Running exercises and soccer warm-up may be done on the grassy, unfenced baseball field. There used to be a grassy space near the soccer field where we players could stretch and perform some warm-up exercises before the playground was built.

The trail/path around the edge of the soccer field that is about 0.2 miles long (without cutting corners), so five circuits equals a mile. This field is ideal for getting back into running. It’s nestled away from the road, so it doesn’t seem like you’re putting yourself out there for the world to see. Hidden Lake is reached through trails to the north, northwest, and west of the sports fields.

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#6 Yost Park

9535 Bowdoin Way Edmonds WA 98020


(425) 771-0230

Hours: Mon-Sun 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Yost Memorial Park is one of Edmonds’ few remaining substantial tracts of natural woodland. Mixed stands of Western red cedar, red alder, big-leaf maple, and western hemlock trees provide a look into the past as well as the future.

Shell Creek runs through the park, carving a deep gorge that its waters have created through time. Shell Creek runs into Puget Sound north of Caspers Street, and its lower reaches are home to a variety of invertebrates, amphibians, and even salmon.

Allen Yost and his family founded the Edmonds Spring Water Company in 1902 to provide water to the fledgling municipality. They built a dam over Shell Creek and piped the water into town for drinking. The Shell Creek and Weir trails include remnants of these dams and settling tanks.

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#7 Seaview Park

8030 185th St SW Edmonds WA 98026


(425) 775-2525

Hours: Mon-Sun 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Seaview Park contains a baseball field, soccer pitch, and tennis courts and is located at 80th Avenue West and 186th Street Southwest. The play area, which is located directly below the bathrooms, is ideal for children. There’s plenty of grass for a game of frisbee or a family picnic. In Seaview Park during fall, you’ll discover some of the nicest autumn colors in all of Edmonds Parks. In this park, dogs are welcome.

Anyone up for a game of frisbee, touch football, or tennis will appreciate these facilities. The huge, open grassy space in Seaview Park is ideal for playing just about any sport or game you desire.

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#8 Twin Ponds Park

15401 1st Ave NE Shoreline WA 98155


(206) 801-2600

Hours: Mon-Sun 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM

This public park in Shoreline has several nice paths that wind through low woodland and surround two small lakes. Hikers may choose the Trail of the Cedars approach from the west side. The path outlined here starts at that trailhead but travels across the park, including to the eastern trailheads, so you may simply change your route if you wish.

There are relatively few trail signage in the park, and the park website does not include an online trail map as of January 2018. You may opt to explore on your own, like you would in any city park. Follow the path detailed below if you want a more organized trek.

As you go east on the broad route, you’ll pass through a low-lying woodland. There will be a few little cedars, but there are many other trees and bushes as well. Branches hang over the path, creating the illusion of a tunnel, especially when everything is leafed out.

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#9 Shoreview ​Park

998 NW Innis Arden Way Shoreline WA 98177


(206) 801-2700

Hours: Mon-Sun 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Just west of Shoreline Community College, this combination of urban parks provides some extremely tall trees, little rivers, and a network of (mostly) decent paths with a few ups and downs. Wildflowers, ferns, moss, and birds may all be found here.

There’s even a “secret” artificial lake here now, built when aviation legend William Boeing held property here in the 1920s. He established a private hunting and fishing preserve, replete with his own fish hatchery to replenish the lake’s supply.

The site was later given to the city of Shoreline by Boeing. Originally intended as a school location, it eventually became a municipal park, which is a boon to hikers today.

However, the future of Hidden Lake is now in jeopardy. The city of Shoreline is working on plans to demolish the dam and restore the creek’s natural flow. More details on the numerous elements at play in this situation. Some aspects of your walk may change if or when the dam (and lake) is dismantled.

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#10 Richmond Beach Saltwater Park

2021 NW 190th St Shoreline WA 98177


(206) 801-2700

Hours: Mon-Sun 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM

As you descend from the highway, you’ll encountered many levels of parking. The children’s playground is closest to the top parking. The lowest level offered plenty of room and was the nearest to the beach. Even though it was nearby, you still had to walk down a little paved slope and cross a bridge over railway lines before reaching the beach. Depending on your speed, add another five minutes or more.

Many of the whales, dolphins, seals, otters, and other animals that can be seen from the park are shown on a big placard. The best time to see whales were in the autumn and winter.

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#11 Bitter Lake Playfield

13035 Linden Ave. N Seattle WA 98133


(206) 684-4764

Hours: Mon-Sun 4:00 AM to 11:30 PM

Bitter Lake Playfield is a huge community park with illuminated tennis courts, lighted ball fields and bleachers, as well as a wading pool, whirlpool, and play structure. It’s next to the Bitter Lake Community Center and features a short stretch of lakeshore.

Tennis reservations for the same day may be made over the phone (206) 684-4764 or in person. On the park’s page on, you can reserve the tennis courts online.

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