Parks and Trails

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City of Renton maintains 32 developed public parks, 13 miles of trails, 965 acres of public open space, an 18-hole public golf course, two lake-front beaches and a public boat launch.

Eastside Rail Corridor Survey

Eastside Rail CorridorDid you know that the Eastside Rail Corridor (ERC) runs more than 25 miles through King County? The former railway turned multi-purpose corridor connects the cities of Renton, Bellevue, Kirkland, Woodinville, and Redmond. To raise awareness about the corridor and celebrate its multi-purpose vision (trail, high capacity transit, and utility uses), King County is beginning a naming and branding effort. Don’t worry, the Cross Kirkland Corridor and Redmond Central Connector names won’t change- we’re only considering renaming the Eastside Rail Corridor as a whole. We want to hear from you! Please take a few moments to share your insights on the ERC.

Park Rules and Regulations

 Share the Trail

  • Obey reduced speed limits and dismount zones that are posted along the Cedar River Trail.
  • Stay on the right except to pass and make your presence known
  • Share the Trail brochure.


 Comments, suggestions and questions are always welcome!

Sponsor A Park

Help maintain Renton's beautiful parks, trails, and natural areas:

  • Spreading bark, picking up litter, pulling weeds, or planting flowers
  • Donating funds for new equipment, or park amenities
  • Sponsoring the annual maintenance cost of parks

Dogs and Our Parks

  • All other parks allow dogs on 6 foot leashes.
  • The Cedar River Dog Park is an off-leash park, located along the Cedar River Trail, a short walk from the Renton Community Center.
  • Pet owners, please obey the ‘Scoop Your Poop’ rule.

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