Parks and Trails

Contact Information
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The City of Renton maintains 32 developed public parks, 13 miles of trails, 965 acres of public open space, an 18-hole public golf course, two lake-front beaches and a public boat launch.


PARK NOTICE: Cedar River Trail

FOR YOUR SAFETY please follow directions on all posted signage.

The lower walk between Logan Ave N and Bronson Way S is closed due to high water flowing over the path.

The trail is closed between the Cedar River Dog Park and Riverview Park due to damage from the recent rain storm. RELEASE


FOR KIDS

Being outside can be fun in ‘bad weather.’ Bundled in the right clothing – jacket, warm boots, hats and gloves – a hike or bike ride can still be comfortable. Test your gear by taking a short walk around your neighborhood or plan a simple activity like a color scavenger hunt. Look around to see how animals live outside every day and stay warm too!

Park Rules and Regulations

  • Park Rules and Regulations (RMC 2-9-8)

  • BBQ GRILLS, Sec. C.11: Grills must be less than 36” in length, or more than 30” in height over a combustible surface.  Place hot coals in designated receptacles only.

  • METAL DETECTING, Sec. C.12: Metal detecting with a device to detect ores or metals is not permitted at any City park.

Share the Trail

  • Obey reduced speed limits and dismount zones that are posted along the Cedar River Trail.

  • Stay on the right except to pass and make your presence known.

  • Share the Trail brochure.

Dogs and Renton Parks

  • All other parks allow dogs on 6 foot leashes.
  • The Cedar River Dog Park is an off-leash park, located along the Cedar River Trail, a short walk from the Renton Community Center.
  • Pet owners, please obey the ‘Scoop Your Poop’ rule.

Swimming Area Information

 

DOG POLICY

For safety and enjoyment reasons, dogs are not allowed at Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park or Kennydale Beach Park. Violators may be subject to citations and fines. At all other city parks, dogs are allowed on six-foot leashes. Dogs can run free at the Cedar River Dog Park (1500 Houser Way S).

TRACK Trail

Explore the new TRACK Trail at Cedar River Trail Park. TRACK Trails is a free self-guided hike, the first in Washington, that uses educational brochures for children and families.