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Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - 4 Reviews - 1201 Lake Washington Blvd N, Renton, WA - Sporting Goods Reviews - Phone (425) 430-6600

Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park

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1201 Lake Washington Blvd N
Renton, WA 98056
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Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - Renton, WA
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - Renton, WA
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - Renton, WA
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - Renton, WA
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - Renton, WA
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - Renton, WA
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - Renton, WA
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - Renton, WA
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - Renton, WA
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - Renton, WA
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - Renton, WA
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - Renton, WA

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Best

Very nice place to walk around the lake and lay on the grass. Pros: View, Location Cons: crowded sometimes

Worst

All reviews seem positive

Good park 11/19/2006

Coulon is a good park to walk or run by the waterfront. It's also a good place to sit on one of the benches to reflect. For the most part, it is quiet (other than summer). You can watch the boats go by or watch the birds and other animals. The food there is ok. During the summer, there's good places to sunbathe and swim. Also, it is a good place to watch fireworks. The fireworks display might be smaller at this location, but it is still good...and not as crowded as the Seattle one. However, it is still hard to find parking during the fireworks show. Pros: Good park, good place to watch fireworks more

Gene Coulon Not Dog Friendly 5/31/2006

I'm rather upset that the Gene Coulon Park entry hasn't been updated by Seattle City Search staff. Based on the ""dog friendly"" rating I took my yorkies there (05.29.06) and found no pet signs all the way through the park's northern end. I think this could be a wonderful coexisting space for people & dogs (a la seward park) if no-scooping fines are posted. For now, me & my pups will drive from our home in Renton to the Seattle Parks like Seward, Volunteer and Magnuson. Pros: water-walks, nice views, fishing Cons: crowded in the summer, not dog-friendly more

Nice place to walk 8/21/2002

Very nice place to walk around the lake and lay on the grass. Pros: View, Location Cons: crowded sometimes more

Great place to relax 6/16/2002

If you live in Southeast Seattle this park is a great retreat. Nice boat launch, swimming are, hike & bike trail, etc are great. Pros: Well mainained, Boat launch Cons: View of Boeing, Parking more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    The more-than-53-acre strip draws thousands each year not only to the stuff you'd expect from an upstanding community park (picnic tables, tennis and sand volleyball courts, and...

  • 5/9/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    Daily 7am-dusk
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