Adriana Hess Wetland Park – 2917 Morrison Rd W
Two acre wetland site south of 27th St W. This wildlife habitat contains trails, benches, and a deck overlooking the pond. The Tahoma Audubon Society office is located at this site. The non-profit group partners with the City to manage the park.

Brookside Park – 3700 block of Brookside
2.7 acre undeveloped natural area across from Curran Apple Orchard Park.

Chambers Crest Wildlife Habitat
– South of Chambers Creek Rd W
7.5 acre undeveloped wooded slope bordered by Chambers Creek. Currently has no public access but lies next to the Chambers Creek corridor

Cirque/Bridgeport Park
– 7250 Cirque Drive W
27 acre site centrally located in the City with a view of Mt. Rainier. Amenities include ballfields, a soccer field, open space, trails, a skatepark, tot lot and an informal picnic shelter that is available for rent. Future uses might also include a Community Center.

Creekside Park - Southeast corner of Cirque Drive W at Alameda Avenue W
15 acre undeveloped natural area adjacent to Leach Creek.

Colegate Park
– North of Curtis Sr High School
12 acre undeveloped natural site with picnic table.

Colegate Playground
– 3717 Grandview Drive W, next to Curtis Jr High
1 acre area with play structure, large evergreen trees and picnic tables.

Conservation Park
– Northwest corner of Bridgeport Way W and Chambers Lane W
1.5 acre natural area features “Environmental Columns” art exhibit sponsored by U.P. for Art and local school students.

Curran Apple Orchard
– 3920 Grandview Drive W
7.33 acre park is open to the public. A volunteer group maintains and operates the 200-apple tree orchard providing opportunities for numerous educational programs as well as the Summer Concert series and the annual Cider Squeeze. A Band Shell is also available for rent.

Homestead Park
– 3761 Bridgeport Way W
5.5 acre park around City Hall and the Public Safety Building. This park extending east from Bridgeport Way W includes natural wooded areas, walking trails, fern grotto and a rhododendron collection.

Kobayashi Park
– 6420 Chambers Creek Road W
5.5 acre of natural beauty on the confluence of Leach and Chambers Creeks. This unique site accesses the Chambers Creek Corridor from University Place. The site includes wetlands as well as large evergreen trees and views of both creeks. Picnic table is available.

Leach Creek Conservation Park
– Southwest corner of Cirque Drive W at Alameda Avenue W
13 acre with wetland areas and trail easements, many dedicated to the City with new development. The goal is to create a natural linear open space park and trail system extending from the city limits at the south end to the City of Fircrest at the north.

Paradise Park Pond – 3124 67th Avenue W
9.5 acre undeveloped natural area adjacent to Morrison Pond.

Riconoscuito Open Space
5 acre undeveloped natural area adjacent to Cirque/Bridgeport Park.

Sunset Terrace Park
– 1902 Seaview Street W
2.25 acre featuring children’s playground, ballfield and picnic shelter. For rental information please call 253.460.2530.

UPP Playground
– corner of 27th Street W at Elwood Drive W
1 acre site designated for future playground equipment.

Woodside Pond Nature Park –
3.59 acre site with Leach and Woodside creeks flowing through the park on the east side. Site is not accessible to the public at this time.

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