1101 Bronson Way North
(Bronson Way Northeast and Houser Way Northeast)
Hours: Sunrise to sunset
Liberty Park is Renton's oldest park facility. The 12-acre park was purchased from the Sartori family on July 14, 1914, and was first known as "City Park." This name was later changed to "Liberty Park" to commemorate World War I. Liberty Park has continued to be the City's major park and playfield area. It also serves as the venue for the Renton River Days celebration.
- Lighted basketball courts and tennis practice wall
- Giannini's Stadium Field and Wilcoxen Field and bleachers
To reserve a ballfield, obtain a permit from the Renton Community Center or call 425-430-6700.
- Three lighted tennis courts
- Picnic areas and shelter
- Play equipment
- Tables and benches
- Restroom facilities
- Cedar River Trail access
- ADA accessible
- 180 parking stalls (no reserved parking)
Picnic Shelter Information:
View information on picnic shelter reservations and rates or call 425-430-6700.
Picnic Shelter Amenities:
- Number of tables: Four picnic tables under shelter, five along the fence line
- Electricity: Yes
- Barbecues: Two
- Sink/Water: Spigot in shelter (March 1 through November 1)
- Handicap Accessible: Yes
- Maximum Occupancy: 75
From I-405 North:
Take Exit 2 (Renton/Rainier Ave.) Head North on Rainier Avenue to South 3rd and take a right. Continue on 3rd and take a left on Mill Avenue South. Continue on Mill and veer to the right, which is Bronson Way. City of Renton Library is on your right. Liberty Park is directly after the library.
From I-405 South:
Take Exit 4 (Renton/Enumclaw). Stay in the lane marked Bronson Way/City Center. The road will veer to the right, which is Bronson Way. Liberty Park is located on the left.
Return to the Master Park Directory.