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Cedar River Trail - City of Renton - Renton, Washington

The Cedar River Trail (CRT) follows the Cedar River from where it enters Lake Washington in the City of Renton upriver to the community of Landsburg at the boundary of the City of Seattle’s Cedar River Watershed. At 17.3 miles in length the CRT is a paved, off-road trail for the first 12.3 miles, and features a soft surface pathway for the ... More

Parks and Recreation - Renton - City of Renton Washington

Here is a look at some of Renton’s most well-known outdoor assets and hidden gems that make our place truly one-of-a-kind: Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park – 57 acres of water-related recreational enjoyment at the southeast corner of Lake Washington. Amenities include eight boat-launch lanes, four picnic shelters, horseshoe pits, a fishing ... More

Parks and Trails - City of Renton - Renton, Washington

Playground Safety. Since 2019, the city has replaced playgrounds at Coulon, Thomas Teasdale Park, Cedar River Trail Park, and Tiffany Park. We have also added a new playground at Sunset Neighborhood Park. Over the next six years, more playground replacements are scheduled, including Cascade Park and Kennydale Beach Park in 2021. More

Adaptive Recreation - City of Renton

Register by calling 425-430-6748. Zoom Video Meet Ups. Wednesdays at 4 p.m. Click to open Zoom meeting: zoom.us/j/91275607355. You can also join by calling: 253-215-8782. Access Code: 912 7560 7355. Renton Party Line. Thursdays at 4 p.m. Call: 571-317-3122. More

Recreation and Neighborhoods - City of Renton, WA

Renton Youth Baseball League runs June 29-Aug 19 for ages 5-6 (T-Ball) and ages 7-8 (Coach-Pitch) at Kennydale or Maplewood parks. rentonwa.gov/register. Parent volunteers are essential for making this league work. Applications are online. Basketball Skills Training 3-Day Camp, July 20-22, for ages 13-18, is designed for recreational and ... More

Programs - City of Renton - Renton, Washington

Programs. The City of Renton offers a wide variety of leisure and recreation programming for area residents. Arts & craft classes, general interest programs, and fitness and wellness activities for ages 3 through 103 are available. More

Renton River Days - Visit Renton Washington

Renton River Days is an annual multi-day family festival and celebration of community pride, joining families, residents, businesses, civic and community organizations, and Puget Sound tourists together for a wonderful variety of events, special features for kids, arts and crafts, recreation, food, and live stage entertainment at Liberty Park and Cedar River Park in Renton. More

Riverview Park - Renton, WA - Yelp

524. 1067. 5/16/2020. 2 photos. First to Review. Been to this park to walk three times now. All good experiences! First two times, walked 4 miles. The 3rd time was for a 3-mile walk since part of the trail was closed. More

Top Parks & Nature Attractions in Renton, WA - Tripadvisor

These places are best for nature & parks in Renton: Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park. Riverview Park. Thomas Teasdale Park. Cedar River Dog Park. Lake Youngs Trail. See more nature & parks in Renton on Tripadvisor. Save more and get more from your trip. Learn more. More