Clark Lake Park
Between SE 240th St. & SE 248th St. at 127th Ave. SE
Amenities include: Fishing pier, public art, boardwalks, greenbelt, rough trails, parking. The park contains vast sections of sensitive wetlands and habitat. For this reason, and restrictions attached to grant funds enabling the City to purchase the parcels of land for the park, dogs are welcome to enjoy the park with their owners, but should not be permitted to roam off-leash or swim in the lake.
For the past several years, students from Kent elementary schools have been planting native trees and shrubs at this park and one other as part of Plant the Planet, the Youth Tree Education Program, a partnership of the City of Kent and the Kent School District. To date, Kent children have planted over 20,000 native trees and shrubs at their homes or in Kent parks! In October 2010, for the 10th anniversary of the program, the City created a .4-mile Walk of Native Trees & Shrubs. Take the self-guided walk yourself: Walk of Native Trees at Clark Lake Park
Green River Trail in Kent
Green River Trail near Russell Woods Park
Interurban Trail in Kent
Interurban Trail at north Kent City limits
6.10 miles, 10.35 acres
West of/parallel to Union Pacific Railroad from north to south City limits
The paved, flat, mostly straight trail spans a total of 14 miles from Tukwila at the Kent City limits to Pacific, through the towns of Auburn and Algona. It is a popular link for pedestrians and bicyclists to neighboring communities, work and shopping. Puget Sound Energy owns the land. Since 1979, the company has extended the right of way to King County via an agreement that names the cities through which the recreational trail passes. Each is responsible for maintaining their portion for use by pedestrians and bicycles.
Lake Fenwick Park
25828 Lake Fenwick Rd.
This large park has fishing, boat launch, picnic areas, grill, parking at three entrances, portable restroom, walk/jog trails, and a disc golf course.
Lake Meridian Park
14800 SE 272nd Street
Kent, WA 98032253-856-5000
Lake Meridian has a boat launch with a really nice dock along with restrooms, showers and a changing area. If you are planning a family picnic or an event, Lake Meridian Park, in Kent, Washington has a picnic shelter, water, electrical, BBQ grills, play equipment, public art, swimming with a staffed lifeguard, noon to 7pm from June 20th to the 7th of September.
In addition, Lake Meridian Park in Kent, Washington is the home of the 4th of July SPLASH with Fireworks! Plan to have FUN in Kent for the 4th of July Splash at Lake Meridian.
Morrill Meadows Park
10600 SE 248th St.
Amenities include: drinking fountain, greenbelt, multi-use playfield, parking, picnic areas, picnic shelter, grills, play equipment, public art, restrooms, walk/jog trails. Trail Information:.25 mile wooded trail, .25 mile meadow trail
Picnic Shelter Reservation Information:
Shelter 1/2 or Shelter 3/4 maximum capacity is 60 Guests
More than 60 guests both shelters need to be rented up to 120 guest maximum capacity
Pine Tree Park
SE 276th St. and 114th Ave. SE
Amenities include: trails, open space
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Soos Creek Trail
12700 SE 274th St.
Amenities include: picnic areas and shelter, play equipment, including a unique slide built into the hillside, basketball court, public art, walk/jog trails
West Fenwick Park
3808 Reith Rd.
Amenities include basketball court, multi-use playfield, parking, picnic area, grill, play equipment, public art, restrooms, 2 lighted tennis courts, 3 handball courts, and lighted walk/jog trails.