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West Richland Community Parks

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Name Features Address
Bombing Range Sports Complex Regional Park – Parking Spaces: 137 (West lot) and 117 (East Lot)

25 Acres with picnic tables, play structures, swings, bathrooms, playfields, benches, dog water stations, bike racks, paved pathways, electricity available

The Bombing Range Sports Complex currently has four baseball fields with backstops, scoreboard, dugouts and fencing. The Sports Complex also has six soccer fields; a football field with goals and scoreboard; practice areas for baseball, soccer, and youth football; paved and lighted parking lot, walkways, large play equipment, restrooms, and two clubhouse/concession stands.

The Richland Youth Football League, Tri-City Youth Soccer Association, Columbia Basin Soccer Association, and the Greater Richland Little League are some of the associations utilizing these fields.

3200 Bombing Range Road, West Richland
Flat Top Community Park Community Park – Over 180 parking spaces (shared with Park and Ride)

10 Acres with picnic tables, shelters, BBQs, play structures, swings, bathrooms, play fields, benches, basketball court, dog water station, transit access, paved pathways. There is electricity available. A Veteran’s Memorial is located in the park.

Flat Top Park is the City’s central and flagship park. The park contains a community pavilion with sinks and workroom, playfields, tennis/basketball court, small playground equipment, picnic area, horseshoe pits and restrooms. The lower play field adjacent to the Bombing Range Road is open as a practice field.

The park is the site of many events including Concerts at the Pavilion, Movie Night in the Park and Carols & Cocoa.

4749 W Van Giesen, West Richland
Park at the Lakes Community Park / Trails – 29 parking spaces at the Bombing Range Rd trailhead; approximately 6 parking spaces at the Lakeside Ln trailhead

This park is nearly 20 acres in total size (including open space) with picnic tables, benches and paved pathways.

Access from Bombing Range Road or Lakeside Lane, West Richland
South Highlands Park Community Park – No parking lot

This 2.5 acre park features picnic tables, BBQ, play structures, benches, basketball and tennis courts, and dog water stations. There are also bike racks.

2010 Humming Bird Ln, West Richland
Coyote Park A 2.8 acre park with picnic tables, shelters, play structures, benches, basketball court, dog water station and horseshoe pits. 2401 S. Highlands Blvd, West Richland
Edgewater Park A half-acre park with play structure, swings, dog water station and horseshoe pits. 4507 Chelan Dr, West Richland
Glenn Memorial Park A 1.6 acre park with 24 parking spaces (shared with the Senior Center facility), picnic tables, play structure, bathrooms, playfields, benches, basketball courts, dog water stations, bike racks. Bathrooms are located within the Senior Center (limited hours). 5901 Gray St, West Richland
Enterprise Park A 6 acre park with picnic tables, benches and dog water stations. There is additional parking off of Bombing Range Rd. 4900 Spirea Ct, West Richland
Grant Court Park A very small park with a play structure and a bench. 3713 Grant Lp, West Richland
Luanne Estates Park A small park with a play structure. Fern Lp, West Richland
Melinda Park This park is ¾ acres. 4313 Melinda Dr, West Richland
Paradise Park A 1 acre park with a play structure. 1800 S. Highlands Blvd, West Richland
Paul Keith Wetland Reserve This park is 8.5 acres of open space with a new walking path. The preserve is located off of Keene Road, near the intersection with W. Lattin.
Yellowstone Trail Park This park is almost 1 acre with approximately 8 parking spaces; there is a community garden with 42 raised garden beds available for rental. The park was named after the “Yellowstone Trail,” the first transcontinental automobile highway in the United States, which ran right along Van Giesen next to this new park’s location. 106 Austin Dr, West Richland
Wildcat Park Wildcat Park is named after the Enterprise Middle School mascot, and has a drinking fountain and some picnic tables. Paradise & 50th St, West Richland