Saint Edward State Park
The EERC is housed in Saint Edward State Park (SESP) which is unique in the Seattle area in the integrity and diversity of its natural ecosystems including healthy upland and riparian forests, open fields, wetlands, streams, and the longest undeveloped lakeshore on Lake Washington. With over 700,000 visitors annually, SESP has ranked as third most heavily visited Park in WA State Parks system. Located in the rapidly growing, increasingly urban and diverse Northshore area, WA State Parks classifies SESP as an Urban Gateway Park. With its intact, diverse ecosystems, and proximity to urban communities and diversity of visitorship, SESP serves as an ideal reference site at which to develop outdoor environmental education, outreach and interpretation and community science research programs.
The park is currently open to the public, but the EERC facility is currently open for special events or by appointment. Please contact us through email rather than visiting us in person.
Saint Edward State Park (not a mailing or office address)
14445 Juanita Drive N.E.
Kenmore, WA 98028