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Parks & Recreation Dept.
12424 42nd Avenue South
Tukwila, WA 98168

Phone: 206 768-2822
Fax: 206 768-0524

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Trail Closures

Riverton Creek Flapgate Removal Project

Project Update – 7/12/21: The project is currently underway again and estimated to run through September 2021.   The adjacent section of Green River Trail is currently closed due to the construction work and is scheduled to remain closed during this time.   A trail detour route has been established.

Please contact Mike Perfetti, Habitat Project Manager, at 206-433-7192 or mike.perfetti@tukwilawa.gov  with any questions.

 

 

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Bicentennial Park: 47.456336, -122.246987
Crestview Park: 47.457838, -122.278991
57th Avenue Mini Park: 47.484203, -122.264354
Cascade View Community Park: 47.475107, -122.286952
Cecil Moses Park: 47.503606, -122.298131
Codiga Park: 47.489615, -122.270021
Crystal Springs Park: 47.459433, -122.268906
Duwamish Hill Preserve: 47.501583, -122.285525
Duwamish Park: 47.498724, -122.280530
Fort Dent Park: 47.470574, -122.250195
Hazelnut Park: 47.471975, -122.259711
Joseph Foster Memorial Park: 47.478435, -122.268659
Macadam Winter Garden: 47.473868, -122.267503
Riverton Park: 47.485704, -122.281668
Tukwila Park: 47.464291, -122.251251
Tukwila Community Center: 47.491478, -122.278411
Tukwila Pond: 47.453965, -122.259416
Duwamish Gardens: 47.501192, -122.289612
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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
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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
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Cascade View Community Park

Amenities: BBQ grill, picnic tables, play equipment, walking path

Cascade View Community Park

 

 

 

 

14211 37th Ave S, Tukwila, WA, United States
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Cecil Moses Park
Cecil Moses Memorial Park is located at the northern end of the Green River Trail, a 19 mile trail stretching from the park south towards Auburn. The trail provides excellent views and access to the Green-Duwamish River and surrounding river valley. Parking is available at the north end of the park with restroom facilities during spring, summer and fall seasons.
 
Cecil Moses Park is located along the west bank of North Wind’s Weir in the critical transition zone for young salmon moving downstream to Puget Sound with an extensive tidal mixing of fresh and salt waters which allows the young salmon to adapt from the fresh water of the Green-Duwamish River to the salt water of Puget Sound.   The park and surrounding area is a wonderful area to view birds, salmon, and other wildlife. 

When water levels are low,  notice the rocks to the north of the bridge near the eastern shore. This is a Native American cultural site known as North Wind’s Weir. According to Southern Puget Sound Salish Epic of the Winds oral story, there once was a war between the North Wind people and the Chinook Wind people who lived further up the Duwamish. North Wind covered the land with ice and snow, and stretched a dam of ice across the river to keep the salmon from running upstream and therefore starve the Chinook Wind people. Eventually, Storm Wind melted the ice weir with its remnants turned to stone, and the ice and snow retreated. Click here for a complete version of the North Wind’s Legend.

Amenities: Green River Trail, Picnic Tables, Restrooms, Parking

Learn More: Cecil Moses Memorial Park – Duwamish Alive Coalition

11013 West Marginal Place South, Seattle, WA, United States
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Codiga Park

Amenities: Picnic shelter, picnic tables, river access, walking path

Codiga Park

 

 

 

 

12535 50th Pl S, Tukwila, WA, United States
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Crestview Park

Crestview Park has become well known for one of Tukwila's most active dog parks - there is a large dog play area and a small dog play area.  Both are complete with agility activities, water, and large spaces to run.    The park also has a walking path, play field, labrynth, playground, and nature path.  In 2021 a bicycle safety course will be added to the park to provide a place for young children to learn the rules of the road in safe place free from moving vehicles. 

Park has a shelter that can be rented. Visit our rentals page for more information.

Crestview Park

16200 42nd Ave S, Tukwila, WA 98188, United States
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Crystal Springs Park

Crystal Springs Park is an 11-acre wooded park with a small network of meandering trails, tennis and basketball courts, a playground, and picnicking areas.   The Park preserves historic springs that early pioneers used to irrigate farmland throughout the Duwamish River Valley.   The Park provides an opportunity to walk and play in nature while being close to nearby shopping and dining.  

Amenities: Basketball, BBQ grill, picnic shelter, picnic tables, play equipment, restrooms, tennis court, walking trails.

15832 51st Ave S, Tukwila, WA, United States
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Duwamish Gardens

The project created a 2.34 acre park and salmon habitat restoration site that includes 0.37 acres of mudflat, 0.47 acres of emergent marsh and 1.13 acres of riparian and upland forest habitat.  While the site is primarily targeted for use by juvenile Chinook salmon, the site has been used by adult salmon, Harbor Seals, River Otters, Great Blue Heron, Osprey, hummingbirds and several species of waterfowl and shore birds.

The project gives people a place to access the river.  A hand-carry boat launch was constructed allowing access to the river.  A gathering circle, surrounded by a seat wall and inlaid with a map of the river and labels of several Native American cultural sites, provides a place for community gathering, nature viewing and interpretation.  Two interpretive signs are located along the trail system, and an art piece, called the Wind, which is a steel-fabricated piece that looks like a traditional fish drying rack, and also includes wind chimes, is inspired by the Puget Sound Salish, Epic of the Winds Story.

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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,

Duwamish Hill Preserve

3800 S 115th St, Tukwila, WA, United States
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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

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