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Liberty Park - City of Renton
Located right next to the Renton Library, which was built over the Cedar River, is Liberty Park. Liberty Park is the oldest park in Renton and is still the main city park for major events like the Renton River Days celebration. Some of the amenities are lighted tennis courts & wall, lighted basketball courts, large baseball fields, a skate park, picnic areas/shelters and kids play equipment. The Cedar River Trail also passes right through the park bringing many visitors.
Location & Directions:
1101 Bronson Way North
From I-405 North, take Exit 2 (Renton/Rainier Ave.) Head North on Rainier Avenue to South 3rd and take a right. Continue on 3rd and take a left on Mill Avenue South. Continue on Mill and veer to the right, which is Bronson Way. City of Renton Library is on your right. Liberty Park is directly after the library.
From I-405 South, take Exit 4 (Renton/Enumclaw). Stay in the lane marked Bronson Way/City Center. The road will veer to the right, which is Bronson Way. Liberty Park is located on the left.
Liberty Park Basketball
Liberty Park Baseball
Kids Play Area
Cedar River Trail leaving the park heading west
Cedar River next to the park