Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park

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Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park
Renton, WA 98057

Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park consists of 57 acres of land and water along the southeastern shore of Lake Washington. The park offers a unique opportunity for both land-based and water-related recreational activities.  Mark your calendar for the Clam Lights celebration which opens on Friday, November 30 and continues to the New Year.

Structural Repair Project

Repairs started October 1. Park visitors will see a partial closure of the parking lot nearest the restaurants and start of deck replacement on the north side of Ivar's restaurant. Floating barges will be alongside Ivar's, which, along with Kidd Valley, will remain open.

For your own safety, obey all posted signage in this area.  Facility upgrades will continue through the 2018-2019 offseason.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Paver Repair Project - 2015

Coulon Park Pavers

In 2015, the plaza concrete pavers outside of Kidd Valley restaurant and the North Pavilion at Coulon Park were determined to be no longer functional. Originally installed in 1982, they were replaced them with poured-in-place concrete which are fully accessible, provide safe circulation, and will last for at least 50 years.


  • 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

About Coulon


  • Four (4) picnic shelters (reservations required)
  • Eight (8) lane boat launch
  • Playground equipment
  • Over 1.5 miles of paved walking trails along the shoreline
  • Two (2) tennis courts
  • Two (2) horseshoe pits
  • Two (2) sand volleyball courts
  • Fishing pier
  • Ivars Seafood Bar and Kidd Valley restaurants
  • Water walk
  • Summer swimming area (Swimming is permitted only at the swimming beach. Although swimming is permitted at any time during hours of operation, swimmers are advised to observe the posted signs indicating when a lifeguard is on duty).
  • ADA accessible
No events available.

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