Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park



About Us

Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park (originally Lake Washington Beach Park) consists of 57 acres of land and water at the southeast corner of Lake Washington. The park offers an unique opportunity for water-related recreational enjoyment. Animals, alcohol, rollerblades, skateboard, and bike touring are not allowed at Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park. Bikes must yield to pedestrians and stay on the roadway. Enjoy Clam Lights, Kids Fishing Derbies, Annual 4th of July Festivals, & the Kidd Valley Summer Concert Series at Coulon Beach Party. For additional information, call the Renton Community Center at 425-430-6700.
Amenities: Eight boat launches (Credit &/or debit cards accepted only.)
Four picnic shelters (reservations required)
Playground equipment
Two tennis courts
Horseshoe pits
Two sand volleyball courts
Interpretive botanical walk
Fishing pier
IVARS and KIDD VALLEY food concessions
Water walk
Over 1.5 miles of paved walking trails along the shoreline
Access to the Lake Washington Loop Trail on Lake Washington Boulevard
ADA accessible


  • 53 acres of land and water area offers a unique opportunity for water-related enjoyment