Let's Go Renton!

Fall 2019

City of Renton Programs, Events, Fitness, and Fun for Everyone!

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Cedar River Trail Park encompasses 24 acres of picnic areas and play equipment with beautiful views of mountains, birds and wildlife including blue herons, bald eagles and beavers. It also contains one mile of the Cedar River trail, an ADA-accessible paved pathway. Each fall, the river is also a corridor for the spectacular salmon migration in the Cedar River Watershed. Enjoy your hike! Spot spawning salmon, learn about their amazing journey home, and receive tips on things we can all do to help. Volunteer naturalists will be stationed 11am–4pm on October 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, and 27 at Renton Library Bridge, Cedar River Park, Cavanaugh Pond, and Landsburg Park & Dam. Carpool if you can—these sites have limited parking. Become a Volunteer Naturalist This Fall! Learn about local salmon, then share that knowledge with visitors at salmon viewing locations along the Cedar River. No experience required. For more information, email salmonjourney@seattleaquarium.org or call 206-792-5851. Register by Sept 14 to become a naturalist. FOLLOW SALMON UP THE CEDAR RIVER WRIA8 Salmon Recovery Council GET OUTDOORS! 22 FOR MORE DETAILS VISIT RENTONWA.GOV/PARKS CEDAR RIVER OFF-LEASH DOG PARK 1500 Houser Way South Nearly four acres of level ground are sur- rounded by a rustic split rail fence. The park includes a separate area for small and shy dogs. For more information visit rentonwa.gov and search for Cedar River Dog Park or contact Cailín Hunsaker, Parks and Trails Director, at 425-430-6606.

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