Quote of the Month:

“Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.” — John Muir

Small Parks

Maplewood Roadside Park 7
Parent Category: Renton
Created: 23 October 2014

Maplewood Roadside Park is a great park for an autumn walk. This one-acre park is a beautiful gateway to the Cedar River and the Cedar River Trail.

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Earlington Park 2
Parent Category: Renton
Created: 26 September 2014

Earlington Park is a 1.5-acre park in the Renton's West Hill Earlington neighborhood. This park features a wonderful play area, which was replaced in 1996. Earlington Park also provides wonderful opportunities for walking, jogging, etc. There is an 8-foot well-maintained pathway that encircles the park.

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Black River Riparian Forest and Wetland 16
Parent Category: Renton
Created: 19 March 2014

Black River Riparian Forest and Wetland is a famous regional wetland park in the area of Renton, WA. This park is home for more than fifty species of birds. The complex is a great place for bird watchers, who can enjoy abundant wild life here, including great blue heron.

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Cavanaugh Pond Natural Area 26
Parent Category: Renton
Created: 07 September 2014

Cavanaugh Pond Natural Area is a 44-acre area located on the Cedar River. This area is considered to be gorgeous wetland ecosystem in the Cedar River Valley. Cavanaugh Pond Natural Area consists of four parcels, three of which were acquired in 1976 and the fourth one was bought in 1990.

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Kiwanis park 01
Parent Category: Renton
Created: 17 February 2014

Kiwanis Park is a nine-acre neighborhood park, which is located in the Highlands area. It is perfect for family recreation. There is a nice picnic area and great playground for kids of different ages. 

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Ron Regis Park 05
Parent Category: Renton
Created: 29 November 2013

Ron Regis Park is a 45-acre park which is located along the Maple Valley Highway. The City of Renton has developed and expanded this territory and organized it for different sport activities.

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Liberty Park 21
Parent Category: Renton
Created: 25 November 2013

Liberty Park is the oldest park in the city of Renton. Before 1914 this park belonged to the Sartori family, who sold the twelve acre park on July 14, 1914. Originally this park was called City Park and later the name was changed to Liberty Park in remembrance of World War I.

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