Whether you are a Kent resident or are just visiting for the weekend,
Kent parks have something for everyone to enjoy including picnic
shelters, playgrounds, athletic fields, hiking trails, and more. Here
are a few Kent parks to choose from.
Service Club Ballfields, 14608 SE 288th
St., Kent: This 28.8-acre park includes softball and baseball fields,
batting cages, a half-basketball court, playground equipment, picnic
shelter, public art, trails and open spaces.
Clark Lake Park, Between SE 240th St. and SE 248th St. at 127th
Ave. SE: This 130-acre park has hiking trails, a fishing pier,
boardwalks, greenbelt and a fishing pier. Itís a great place to explore
the areaís native trees, shrubs and plants.
Old Fishing Hole,
24945 Frager Rd.: Listed in the Washington State Dept. of Gameís
Juvenile Fishing Guide, this cozy spot is perfect for kids (under age
14) to practice their fishing skills. With views of Mt. Rainier, itís
also a quiet spot for family picnics.
Turnkey Park, 23312 100th
Ave. SE: This neighborhood park is 6.6 acres, and its amenities include
a half-basketball court, tennis courts, a KaBOOM! playground, loop
trail, public art and a picnic shelter. (see photo)
Morrill Meadows Park, 10600 SE 248th
St.: Located next to one of Kentís off-leash dog parks, Morrill Meadows
Park has walking trails, picnic shelters, grills, playground equipment,
public art, greenbelt and open spaces. Itís perfect for birthday
parties, family reunions and other celebrations. Rental information and park rules are available online.
For a complete list of Kent parks and a park guide and map, click here. Make the most of your summer with Kent parks!
Photo courtesy of Dana Neuts