Vassault Park - Tacoma
Vassault Park is a popular neighborhood park in North Tacoma. Amenities include a kids playground, picnic tables, open grassy areas, 2 baseball and softball fields, an area for soccer, basketball courts and tennis courts. A gravel trail around the park is just under 1/2 mile but popular for walking and running since it stays in the public view. Vassault Park might be best known as the start/finish line of the annual Sound to Narrows run
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North 37th Street and North Vassault Drive, Tacoma, WA, 98407
This property was purchased from the City of Tacoma on January 19, 1961 for the cost of the unpaid LID assessment ($776.96). Vassault Park received its name from the street of the same name running along the west side of the park. The street was named for Ferdinand I. Vassault, the editor of the Tacoma News from 1891-1892.
Vassault Park baseball field
Vassault Park tennis