Parks and Trails
City of Renton Parks Division 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. Over the past few years, significant investments have been made in the park system in Renton; the Piazza, Heritage Park, a skateboard facility, and the Veterans' Memorial Park have been completed. Additionally, the Cedar River Trail extends east to the city limits (and beyond to the City of Maple Valley) and connects to the Cedar River Boathouse on Lake Washington.
The City of Renton’s has implemented a comprehensive program to enhance overall safety in its trails.
For more information on rules and trail etiquette. Click the Share the Trail link to the right.
See the Master Park Directory for a complete list of the parks and trails in Renton.
When using the parks and trails, please be aware of and abide by the Park Rules and Regulations and the Cedar River Trail rules. To find out more information about how parks are maintained, please visit "Integrated Pest Management Program".
Learn about our new volunteer and sponsorship opportunities by going to Adopt a Park, Program or Participant.
Meadow Crest Playground
The Renton Accessible Playground is a joint effort of the City of Renton, the Renton School District and Renton Rotary. The City is working with and actively seeking additional funding partners. The accessible playground is being designed for all abilities and will be co-located on the North Highlands Neighborhood Center and the Hillcrest Early Childhood Learning Center properties. The estimated construction timeframe is 2013. Read more.
Email the Parks and Golf Course Director