208 Browns Point Blvd., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Play, walk the trails, or enjoy a picnic in this forested park adjacent to Kobetich Library.
4716 N. Baltimore St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
This small park serves neighbor's recreation needs with a playfield often used for soccer, walking trails and play equipment.
1526 51st St. N.E., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Upgrades to the athletic fields for Little League baseball and soccer field complex at Browns Point Elementary School were completed in 2011. Tacoma Public Schools is providing on-going operation and maintenance now that our project is completed.
201 Tulalip St. N.E., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Waterfront access and an attractive picnic site along with a restored lightkeeper's cottage that can be toured or rented.
4915 La Hal Da Lane N.E., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
This neighborhood park in Northeast Tacoma features tennis and sport courts, baseball field, picnic tables, playground and Madrona grove.
2412 N. 29th St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Ursich Park is wild and full of native habitat. It is a prime example of an urban greenbelt.
4818 Nassau Ave. N.E., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Center at Norpoint is a full-service community center in N.E. Tacoma.
326 East D Street, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
The Center for Urban Waters Esplanade is a publicly accessible shoreline walkway that incorporates state of the art environmental and sustainable planning practices and materials.
7402 E. D St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Charlotte's Blueberry Park on Tacoma's eastside was Berg's Blueberry Farm from 1952 until 1968. In 1997 Metro Parks Tacoma officially took over the land and preserved the park.
China Lake Park, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Located at 1811 S Shirley St, this 28 acre park is largely undeveloped and contains one of the largest lakes within city limits.
1741 N Schuster Parkway, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
The park design is a mixture of traditional Chinese scholar’s style gardens and beautiful natural waterfront setting.
1635 E. 59th St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Situated in a residential neighborhood, this park features a picnic shelter, basketball & tennis courts, play equipment and a walking path.
3939 Ruston Way, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
This small park along Ruston Way features a circular rock garden.
1500 Beach Dr. N.E., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Established in 1922, this park offers 700 feet of sandy saltwater beach, views of Puget Sound, a fishing pier, picnic facilities and beach walking.
1616 East D Street, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Tucked into a little corner of the Delin Docks marina, right next to the marina office, is a small picnic site with huge views of Downtown Tacoma and the public marinas.
4702 S. 12th St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Adjacent to DeLong Elementary School, this park offers a beautiful walk through shrubs, trees and wetlands and is home to many bird species.
5400 N. Pearl St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Enhancing the experience that is Point Defiance through preservation of character, year round activities and user friendliness.
5002 Marine View Drive, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Located on the east side of Commencement Bay, the Port of Tacoma’s Richard C. "Dick" Gilmur Shoreline Restoration and Kayak Launch provides an access point to appreciate the beauty of our region and the jobs that help sustain it.
2423 Ruston Way, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Located on Ruston Way along the Commencement Bay waterfront, Dickman Mill Park opened in July 2001.
1919 S. Tyler St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Discovery Pond is a natural play area for children designed to inspire creative play and environmental learning.
Corner of East 15th Street and E D Street, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
The former site of a railroad bridge has been transformed into a beautiful park space by Tacoma Port Commissioner Clare Petrich.
Location to be determined, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Eastside Community Center is being proposed for development on Tacoma's eastside.
502 S. 88th St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Special play equipment in this park is designed to provide safe play for all children, including those with limited motor skills.
1400 S. Sheridan Ave., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Tacoma's first park, just a little over one-half acre, was donated by C.P. and Evelyn Ferry on May 14, 1883.
801 A Street, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Carved into a hillside, Fireman's Park provides expansive views of Commencement Bay, Mt. Rainier, and the Port of Tacoma. Fireman’s Park also features two public art installations.
5400 N. Pearl St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Winding through old growth forest, Five Mile Drive offers vistas of Puget Sound, the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges, Tacoma Narrows and Narrows Bridge, Vashon Island and Gig Harbor.
4806 S. 66th St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
This building has been declared surplus.
5400 N. Pearl St., #11, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
We bring history to life! Visit Point Defiance Park and travel back in time with us. Experience life at a Hudson's Bay Company outpost built in 1833.
1811 Dock Street, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
The Foss Waterway Esplanade is a linear park that provides an ideal location for jogging or a leisurely stroll to take in the public docks, marinas and public art installations. The esplanade was designed with the ABC's of waterfront development in mind: access, boating, and character.
1134 S. 60th St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
One of the oldest parks in Tacoma, what was once Alling Fruit Farm is now a place for the community to play, shoot hoops and picnic.
1201 S. Puget Sound Ave., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Adjacent to Franklin Elementary, this newly renovated 20 acre park has a sprayground, trails and walkways, plaza space and picnic shelter.
1741 N. Schuster Parkway, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
The Fuzhou Ting is located in Tacoma’s Chinese Reconciliation Park along the beautiful Ruston Way waterfront.
400 N. Borough Rd., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Find fields, courts, play & fitness equipment and more inside this park. Hikers enjoy exploring the gulch and waterfront via the connecting trails.
2323 N. Shirley St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Kandle Park includes walking trails, a new playground & sprayground, skateboard area, wave pool with four 25 meter lap lanes and a separate spraypool.
2101 Dock St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
This small park is the newest installation of public space on the waterway.
1402 Lincoln Ave, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
The Port of Tacoma’s Gog-le-hi-te Wetlands are located along the Puyallup River. A former city landfill, the wetlands now support a healthy ecosystem with thousands of plants, hundreds of birds and a variety of mammals, fish, reptiles and amphibians.
2321 Ruston Way, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Stop at this park for a rest at the picnic table and a drink of water. From here you can access the beach or the public dock next to the Silver Cloud Inn.
1902 S. Tyler St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
This sports complex near Cheney Stadium was established in 1955. It was originally part of the Snake Lake Park property.
2502 S. Hosmer St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
This neighborhood park overlooks the Nalley Valley.
2201 Ruston Way, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Located on the water's edge in Old Town, this park was renamed for a former Tacoma mayor and leader in developing the Ruston Way waterfront.
4825 N. 39th St., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
This park features new field improvements, benches, picnic tables and play equipment.
801 N. Mason Ave., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
At close to 15 acres this neighborhood park has room for team sports, kids play and spray ground equipment, picnicing and a fieldhouse for classes.
Le Lou WA Pl. N.E. at East Side Dr. N.E., Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
This small park is of historical interest within the Browns Point community. It features a small totem pole and a painted interpretive map of the Browns Point area.
3427 Ruston Way, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
Sunbathers, scuba divers, volleyball players and picnickers congregate here on the northwest end of Ruston Way.
101 Norpoint Way NE, Tacoma, WA | Get Directions
The steep forested slopes of Julia’s Gulch create a buffer between the industrial Tideflats and residential neighborhoods in Northeast Tacoma.
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