Thomas Teasdale Park

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Thomas Teasdale Park
Renton, WA 98055

Thomas Teasdale Park is a 10-acre neighborhood park and is named after a former park board member.

It offers a variety of recreational opportunities for children and adults. The shelter is surrounded by tall evergreen trees, which provide shade during sunny summer days. A paved trail connects the picnic shelter to the renovated play structure and basketball court.

COVID-19 update:  Walking and being outside are considered essential for mental and physical well-being during this unusual time.  Follow COVID-19 protocols in public spaces to ensure safe experiences for everyone.

Park amenities remain closed, such as playgrounds, basketball courts and other active recreation areas within city parks, until further notice. 

PICNIC SHELTERS:  Out of an abundance of caution, picnic shelters will remain closed through the 2020 season.  Reservations for next season will be available starting January 2, 2021.

Picnic Shelter Amenities

  • Four (4) picnic tables
  • Two (2) barbecues
  • Handicap accessible
  • No electricity
  • No sinks or water
  • Maximum Occupancy: 50


  • Sunrise to sunset


  • Ball field with bleachers (Can be reserved, 425-430-6700)
  • Barbeques Two (2)
  • Basketball court
  • Benches
  • Multi-use field
  • Paved parking (46 parking stalls plus on-street parking
  • Play equipment
  • Reserve the Picnic Shelter NOT AVAILALE IN 2020
  • Restrooms (Open seasonally)



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