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City Parks

List of City Parks

- Kayak & Paddle Board Rentals 
- Allan Yorke Park Master Plan

View the Special Events page for activities in and around Bonney Lake.

View Bonney Lake City Parks in a larger map
Visit our Maps Page to download & print the City Parks Map.


Parks & Sports Fields Rules & Regulations


Park & Facility Reservations

Ball fields, picnic areas, and meeting rooms at several City parks and buildings are available for reservation on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit our Park & Facility rentals page for details, photos of available facilities & parks, and reservation packets with details, policies, and fees.

Parks & Facility Rentals Page

Please contact us prior to submitting a reservation request to check availability. 

For the Senior Center call (253) 863-7658 to check availability.

For Parks, Ball Fields, and Meeting/Training Rooms, call (253) 862-8602 to check availability. 

Day rentals of kayaks and paddle boards are offered through the Snack Shack vendor directly; read more information below.

Map ItThe City Parks Map is available to view and download below.


Allan Yorke Park

Location: 7203 W Tapps Hwy E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391 - Map
Closes at Dusk

Special Events 
Park & Facility Reservations

Allan Yorke Park is a 45 acre park located at the intersection of Bonney Lake Boulevard and West Tapps Highway at the south end of Lake Tapps.

Allan York Park Master Plan
        View Current Project updates  
The Allan Yorke Park Master Plan was developed through work by an ad hoc committee and input from the entire community. The City Council approved design of Phase I improvements in February 2017. For more information view the Allan Yorke Park Master Plan project listing.
AYP Loop TrailExample - Multi-Use FieldExample-Mountain Bike

Special Events

Allan Yorke Park is the site of many special events including Tunes @ Tapps concerts and Bonney Lake Days, a summer celebration including a parade, kids' activities, stage shows, and fun for the whole family. Visit our Special Events page for information on this and other events around the City.

Park Facilities & Available Uses:

  • Ball fields
  • Boat launch
  • Kayak Rentals & Paddle Board Rentals
KayakKayaks and paddle boards are available for rent from the Snack Shack at Allan Yorke Park. For details and hours of operation please call 253-882-4169.

2018 Rental Rates

Paddle boards, single kayaks, and double kayaks are available. Rent for one hour, or up to all day!
  • Fishing dock
  • Playgrounds 
  • Skateboard Park
  • Swimming areas
  • Tennis courts 
  • Trails - about 1,000 ft of trails in the southeast corner of the park
  • Volleyball Court
Amenities include concessions and kayak/paddle board rentals at the Snack Shack, restrooms and water fountains. For information on reserving fields and park shelters, see Park and Facility rental information, above.
Parking Areas at Allan Yorke Park 

As of August 2012, boat trailers must park in the gravel parking lot at West Tapps Hwy (known as the Moriarty Property). Ball Field #4 parking lot is available for passenger vehicles only


Boat Launch
AYP Playground
AYP Fields
Ball Fields
AYP Picnic Shelter
Picnic Shelter

Boat Launch - Lake Tapps 

During the boating season, the boat launch at Allan Yorke Park requires payment of fees or a Boat Launch Pass card. View the Boating page for more information, or call (253) 862-8602. 

Boat Launch Closures: The boat launch is closed for certain special events. Visit the Boating page for details.

Lake Tapps is owned by the Cascade Water Alliance (CWA). For more information on lake water levels or other questions about Lake Tapps, visit our Boating page or the CWA website.

Allan Yorke Park Boat Launch




Ascent Park - Click to Enlarge
Ascent Park


* No Public Access *
West Entrance of the City of Bonney Lake on SR 410


Ascent Park is a small parcel to the South of Hwy 410, which is home to the Bonney Lake 'Welcome' sign. In 2007 the lighting and landscaping were improved and a waterfall feature was added. There is no public access to this parcel.

More information on the sculpture that graces Ascent Park:

Larry Anderson, a nationally renowned sculptor, lives in Lake Bonney and created the sculpture that welcomes visitors to Bonney Lake, a boy reaching up to a flock of ducks. The sculpture, called "The Ascent," is an attempt to make people aware of the area's natural beauty as they make their way from the Sumner Valley up to Mount Rainier. It represents "ascending to a higher plane of existence, enabling of the spirit," Anderson says.
[Text courtesy Bonney Lake Lions]

Cedarview Park

Location: 9301 208th Ave E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Closes at Dusk

Park Reservations

Cedarview Park is located between 206th and 208th Ave E, where they intersect at 93rd St E. Available uses include: barbeques, covered picnic area, playground, fields, tricycle path, full basketball court, drinking fountains, playing field, and decorative art. 

The sheltered picnic area may be rented; for more information see the park and facility rental information, above.

Ken Simmons Park - Click to EnlargeKen Simmons Park

Location: 18200 74th St E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391  

Ken Simmons Park is located on the northwestern edge of Lake Bonney, next to the non-motorized boat launch. Available uses at this park include fishing, picnicking, and playground facilities.

Madrona Park

Location: 7730 182nd Ave E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Madrona Park is a 'pocket park' at the corner of 80th St and 182nd Ave. Amenities include a half-court basketball court, play toys, a small picnic area with water fountain, and a view of Mt. Rainier. The Park is named 'Madrona' because 182nd Ave was historically known as Madrona Avenue, due to the large number of Madrona trees in the area.


Midtown Park

Location: 20901 SR 410 E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391

'Midtown Park' is the temporary name given to city property south of SR 410 and north of S Prairie Rd. The City acquired 40-acres of wooded land in the area previously known as the WSU Forest in 2010. The forest includes trails and undeveloped natural areas.

For more information on plans and proposals for the park, see the Current Project listing or call the City at 253-862-8602.

Victor Falls ParkVictor Falls Park

Location: 18212 Rhodes Lake Rd E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
Closes at Dusk

Victor Falls Park is located south of Rhodes Lake Road and offers a view of the 70-foot high Victor Falls waterfall. The property was purchased by the city in 2013; previously, the private property provided no public access to the falls. Park amenities include soft-surface trails, falls viewpoint, and parking area. Future improvements are planned, including signs and picnic tables.

Viking Dog Park - Click to EnlargeViking Park

Location: 18902 82nd St E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391 

Viking Park is adjacent to Bonney Lake Elementary School. This is the city's newest park; it was officially named by the City Council in 2008 in honor of the Bonney Lake Elementary School mascot. 

Viking Park Off-Leash Dog Park:
On April 8, 2010, Mayor Johnson announced that Viking Park would be developed as a trial off-leash dog park in Bonney Lake. A grand opening ceremony was held on September 25, 2010 opening the off-leash Dog Park to the public.


City Parks Maps

Download & Print: Visit the Maps Page to view the City Parks Map (in JPEG and PDF format).

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