Parks & Recreation Dept.
12424 42nd Avenue South
Tukwila, WA 98168
Phone: 206 768-2822
Fax: 206 768-0524
Parks & Trails List
|57th Avenue Mini Park |
Park Name: 57th Avenue Mini Park
This small .2 acre park is at a street end located off South 133rd Street, adjacent to the Duwamish River. A majority of the site is level, with the exception of a steep bank along the Duwamish River.
Amenities: Picnic Table
13300 57th Ave S, Tukwila, WA 98178, United States
|Bicentennial Park |
This two acre site is located adjacent to the Duwamish/Green River. This site is heavily used by both daytime employees and local residents. In 1976, this park was developed as a tribute to the nation's pioneer roots, and volunteers built the Log Cabin complete with a fireplace made of rock hauled up from the banks of the river.
Amenities: BBQ Grill, Picnic tables, play equipment, restrooms, walking path
7200 Strander Blvd, Tukwila, WA 98188, United States
|Cascade View Community Park |
Amenities: BBQ grill, picnic tables, play equipment, walking path
14211 37th Ave S, Tukwila, WA, United States
|Cecil Moses Park |
Amenities: Picnic tables, restrooms, walking path
11013 West Marginal Place South, Seattle, WA, United States
|Codiga Park |
Amenities: Picnic shelter, picnic tables, river access, walking path
12535 50th Pl S, Tukwila, WA, United States
|Crestview Park |
Amenities: BBQ grill, picnic shelter, picnic tables, play equipment, T-ball field, walking path
Park has a shelter that can be rented. Visit our rentals page for more information.
16200 42nd Ave S, Tukwila, WA 98188, United States
|Crystal Springs Park |
Amenities: Basketball, BBQ grill, greenbelt, picnic shelter, picnic tables, play equipment, restrooms, tennis court, walking path
15832 51st Ave S, Tukwila, WA, United States
|Duwamish Hill Preserve |
Duwamish Hill Preserve serves as an outdoor classroom, an active space for informal recreation and nature exploration, a culturally significant location for Native Americans and an example of a successful partnership between community members and public and private partners. For more information visit our partner website at: http://forterra.org/subpage/duwamish-hill-preserve
Amenities: Outdoor classrooms, walking trails,
3800 S 115th St, Tukwila, WA, United States
|Duwamish Park |
This 3-acre park is the former site of the Duwamish Elementary School. The school opened in 1911 and was open for 62 years. The park features a playfield for soccer and t-ball, children's play area, basketball court, and maze. Parking is limited.
Amenities: Picnic shelter, picnic tables, bbq grill, playground, basketball hoop, temporary restroom, open field
|Fort Dent Park |
This 54-acre, former King County Park is a beautiful addition to the City of Tukwila's park system. It was acquired in January of 2003 in partnership with Starfire Sports. The largest park in Tukwila, Fort Dent has soccer fields, playground, picnic area, restrooms, trails and open areas.
Amenities: Picnic tables, playground, restrooms, walking path, soccer field
|Hazelnut Park |
This small park site (.7 acre) is located behind the Tukwila Heritage and Cultural Center. Facilities include a small grass area with a sculpture, seating and a small patio.
Amenities: Picnic table, walking path
|Joseph Foster Memorial Park |
This 9 acre park is divided into three separate areas. The upper area, formerly known as Upper Foster Park, contains a small baseball field. The lower portion of the park contains a softball field, a tennis court and a basketball court. The third area has a Little League baseball field, picnic shelter, playground equipment, restroom and paved pathway.
Amenities: Picnic shelter, picnic tables, playground, basketball hoops, walking path, softball field, T-ball field, soccer field, open field, restroom, exercise equipment
|Macadam Winter Garden |
The Macadam Winter Garden features a large variety of plants, shrubs, and trees that bloom year round. A special interest in winter blooming plants makes Macadam Winter Garden a very unique park. Macadam Winter Garden received a Washington Recreation and Parks Association Spotlight Award in the category of "Best Park" in 2007.
Amenities: Walking path, park bench
|Riverton Park |
Amenities: Picnic shelter, picnic tables, bbq grill, playground, open field, walking path, Gully Gardens, temporary restroom
|Tukwila Community Center |
Amenities: Picnic shelter, picnic tables, bbq grill, playground, basketball hoops, walking path, softball field, T-ball field, soccer field, open field, restroom, skate park, spray park
|Tukwila Park |
This 6.5 acre park site was built in 1934 and is the oldest of the Tukwila parks. The site is covered with mature vegetation, which includes large firs and a variety of rhododendrons.
Amenities: Playground, restrooms, picnic shelter, picnic tables, bbq grill, walking path, basketball court, tennis courts
|Tukwila Pond |
A 25 acre oasis in the middle of Tukwila's busiest retail district was entirely financed and organized by volunteers in order to bring wildlife back to this area. It is easily accessible to the west of the Target store on Strander Boulevard.
Amenities: Picnic tables, bbq grill, restrooms, walking path
- Backyard Wildlife Festival
- Foster Golf Links
- Parks, Recreation & Open Space (PROS) Plan
- Parks & Recreation Department Operational Overview
Other Community Organizations:
- King County Library System
- Sounders FC
- Starfire Sports
- Tukwila Historical Society
- Tukwila Pool
- Tukwila School District