UPDATED: June 22, 5:30pm
On May 5, the boat launch and dock at Lake Meridian Park, as well as the boat launch at Lake Fenwick Park, reopened for recreational fishing use. In addition, Riverbend Golf Complex reopened the 18-hole golf course!
As of Friday, June 19, 2020, King County was approved for Phase 2 of Washington State’s Safe Start Plan.
Kent parks, trails, boat launches, and fishing docks re-opened in Phase 1 and the modified Phase 1.5. Now fully in Phase 2, more elements of Kent parks and outdoor recreation re-open today.
Please limit your stay so others can enjoy our parks as well. Sanitize hands before and after your visit, and continue to socially distance yourself from other park users. If social distancing is hard to maintain, please choose another park or trail to enjoy.
Effective immediately, the following amenities are now OPEN:
· SKATE PARKS
· CLIMBING PINNACLE/BOULDER AT ARBOR HEIGHTS 360
· BASKETBALL COURTS
· TENNIS COURTS
Please note that playgrounds are NOT sanitized.
The restrooms at Scenic Hill Park and Mill Creek Canyon Earthworks Park will continue to be closed at this time due to maintenance and repairs.
INTERURBAN TRAIL USERS, PLEASE NOTE: Access and use may be impacted by the South 228th Street Improvements project managed by the Kent Public Works Department - LEARN MORE HERE
Burlington Green and Yangzhou ParkAmenities:
- Chinese pagoda
- International Sister City Parks
- Public art
Also known as International Sister Cities Park, this lovely park memorializes Kent's sister city relationships from around the world, both past and present. Most notable is the authentic Chinese pagoda celebrating Yangzhou, China.
Burlington Green is in the heart of downtown Kent, close to the library, shopping, dining, and transit center at Kent Station. Stroll the path and enjoy a variety of public art, or relax in the gazebo.