Parks and Trails

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Parks and Trails
Renton, WA 98057
Coulon PierBark in the ParkFarmers MarketCoulon PathKennydale BeachLogan Avenue TrailRiverview Park ShelterSpringbrook Trail

The City of Renton maintains 29 developed public parks, 13 miles of trails, 813 acres of public open space, an 18-hole public golf course, two lake-front beaches and a public boat launch.

Each park and trail is unique. Some are in neighborhoods, some along the river and still others offer multiple recreational activities.

The five-mile Cedar River Trail follows the Cedar River from Lake Washington, east through downtown, and to the city limits.

Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park is one of the most versatile parks in the state. Walk along Lake Washington, swim, barbecue, kayak, play sand volleyball, basketball, or attend one of the city's events. At the end of the day watch the sun drop behind the Olympic Mountains.

Renton has a skate park downtown and another, Burnett Linear Park, that stretched between lanes of traffic.

The city also maintains natural areas such as the Black River Riparian Forest and the Cedar River natural area. So no matter the need, the city has an answer.

Dogs and Parks

  • All other parks allow dogs on 6 foot leashes.
  • The Cedar River Dog Park is an off-leash park, located along the Cedar River Trail, a short walk from the Renton Community Center.
  • Pet owners, please obey the ‘Scoop Your Poop’ rule.

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