Tukwila Parks & Recreation
12424 42nd Avenue South
Tukwila, WA 98168
Phone: 206 768-2822
Email Parks & Recreation
Room rentals at the Tukwila Community Center and picnic shelter rentals and athletic field within Tukwila parks are wonderful places to host family gatherings, business meetings, small conferences, and much more. Currently rooms can be rented until 9 p.m. on weekends and 6 p.m. on weekdays. Alcohol is not permitted at this time.
Tukwila Parks and Recreation oversees the daily operations of the Tukwila Community Center and Tukwila’s parks. The community center boasts beautiful meeting rooms, classrooms, banquet facilities, and a commercial kitchen. The grounds feature a serene environment along the Duwamish River, walking path, water spray park, picnic shelter, athletic fields, playground, and sport courts. Free onsite parking for hundreds of vehicles and a convenient location near the I-5/I-405 interchange and highways 99 and 599 make the community center a prime venue for conferences, meetings, special events, and more.
Tukwila is home to several beautiful parks that offer an ideal location for outdoor events. Picnic tables, park shelters, a gazebo, athletic fields, walking paths, and more are available for use. Riverton Park features the Gully Gardens P-patch which offers opportunities to grow fruits, veggies, and flowers.
Complete an Inquiry Form for Availability
Availability is subject to review and scheduling by the Tukwila Community Center Rental Office.
- Tukwila Community Center Rental Inquiry Form
- Picnic Shelter and Athletic Field Rental Inquiry Form
- Non-profit Application for Waiver/Reduction of Rental Fees
Information and Questions: Call 206-767-2322 or email Rentals@TukwilaWA.gov
Gully Gardens P-Patch
Gully Gardens P-Patch offers generous sized gardening plots to gardeners who wish to grow fruits, vegetables, and flowers for personal use.
Gully Gardens is named in honor of Paul and Betty Gully for their many years of service and contributions in Tukwila.
The P-Patch is rototilled annually by the Parks Department and water access is provided for the gardening season.