Ron Regis Park

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Ron Regis Park
Renton, WA 98059
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Ron Regis Park covers 45 acres and is located along the Maple Valley Highway, immediately east of the Maplewood Golf Course.

The park is named for Ron Regis, a city park board member for over 35 years. The property was conveyed by King County to the City of Renton in 1987, along with portions of what is now the Maplewood Golf Course.

The city develops, maintains, and operates the sports fields and passive areas, including trails. The city also permanently preserves public access to the Cedar River for fishing, hiking, and other water related activities.

'Healthy WA - Roadmap to Recovery' Phase 1:  In both parks and on trails, YOU ARE REQUIRED to follow recommended COVID-19 protocols for social distancingGATHERINGS of 10 people or less, limit 2 households, face coverings and proper hand washing.


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  • Basketball court with lights One (1)
  • Cricket field One (1)
  • Paved parking lot (120 parking stalls, no reserved parking)
  • Portable restrooms
  • Practice areas
  • Soccer field, full size with all weather surface and lights One (1)
  • Walkway connecting to the Cedar River Trail


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