Heritage Park opened In June of 2007 and celebrates Renton's past, present and future.
Located southeast of Renton Technical College in the Highlands, Heritage Park has play structures, climbing boulders, a picnic shelter, sports facilities, and paved and forested walking paths.
The park provides the public with a thriving and beautiful park to enjoy.
Picnic shelter availability and reservations can be found at online or by calling 425-430-6700.
Constructed in 2007, Heritage Park provides the neighborhood with several amenities, including a playground, restroom, grass field, soft surface trails through towering Douglas fir trees, and a one-third mile paved path around the park. During heavy rains in the winter, excess water ran off the grass field and over an unplanted area, causing erosion and occasionally flooding the paved walking path. In 2017, the city designed and installed a series of rock-filled gabion check dams to channel and slow the runoff. Workers then amended the bare soil and planted drought tolerant grasses and low shrubs, creating a beautiful transition from the grass lawn to the adjacent forest.