Our Woodland Park Club is an integral part of one of Seattle’s most popular North End parks and for decades has proudly provided city residents a lawn bowling, bocce, and croquet experience. The clubhouse, its adjoining putting-surface-quality green, and four artificial turf regulation bocce courts on a second green are perched on a hillside overlooking Green Lake, just 4 miles north of downtown Seattle. 

We offer open play to the public in all three of our sports from May through October, stock the equipment necessary to play, and provide instruction for first-timers. WPLBC also offers access and free lessons to youth groups or charitable organizations as part of our mission. Check us out!

Considering a membership? Our club is able to keep its annual membership dues low because member volunteers maintain the facility, and clubhouse/sports rentals for meetings, receptions, company picnics, birthday parties, etc. supplement our income. Click here to find out more about what it takes to join, and just what amenities our facility offers on our rental page.

The WPLBC was recently featured in the Seattle Times Pacific NW Magazine section. The story includes a history of the Woodland Park Lawn Bowling Club and describes how people are embracing the laid-back atmosphere and social nature of these games, which include bocce, croquet, and lawn bowls.

In August 2022 we were featured on CityStream, a Magazine style program on the Seattle Channel.  A well-done short overview of what you can find at our club.

Whether you’re a skilled player or a complete novice, check out our facility during our bocce, lawn bowling, and croquet open play/instruction times during the spring, summer and early fall. Or stop by and watch our members compete in a tournament or regular event. You’ll find our activity calendar here.

For members, Woodland Park Lawn Bowling Club is a home away from home in a beautiful park setting–a place to hang out with family and friends, have a picnic, or just get in some quiet time playing bocce, croquet, or bowls.