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Walla Walla is proud of the 17 public parks sprinkled throughout the city, with 600 acres of recreation area. Contact the Parks & Recreation office if you need additional information.

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Crawford Park - 106 W. Main

Home to the Walla Walla Farmer’s Market from May thru October. Also a fireman’s statue and the "Bandstand Pavilion" by artist Wayne Chabre. Restrooms available at adjacent transit station.

Eastgate Lions Park - 2140 Tacoma St.

Recreational trail, basketball court, play equipment, and shelter. Home of Valley Little League. Parking and restrooms available.

Fort Walla Walla Park - 1199 Myra Rd.

Picnic shelter and designated picnic areas available for reservation. Play equipment, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball court. 70 acre wildlife preserve with streams and a hiking trail. Remote control car and airplane facilities, BMX track, skateboard park, disc golf course, off leash dog park. Vietnam War Memorial, historic military cemetery and Fort Walla Walla Museum. Restrooms and parking available.

Heritage Square - 116 E. Main St.

A picnic shelter, grass area, “Windows on the Past” art piece make this a nice lunch spot. Restrooms available.

Howard-Tietan Park - 616 E. Tietan

Play equipment, baseball fields, soccer fields. Restrooms and parking available.

Jefferson Park - 607 Malcolm St.

A locomotive on display makes this park easy to find. Play equipment, basketball court, streams and youth fishing pond. Restrooms and parking available.

Memorial Park - 505 E. Rees Ave.

The park includes picnic tables, a stream, and parking. Veterans Memorial Pool is located adjacent to the park.

Menlo Park - 1242 Alvarado Terrace

Park features a playground, large shade trees, basketball court, and tennis court. Restrooms available.

Mill Creek Sportsplex - 111 Tausick Way

Three lighted softball fields, two soccer fields, and "Drinking & Driving Memorial Walk". Adult and youth softball and soccer leagues make this one of the City's most intensely used parks. Restrooms and parking available.

Pioneer Park - 940 E. Alder

Walla Walla’s oldest park, established in 1902. Park has play equipment, soccer field, softball fields, pickleball courts, walking paths, and historical Band Stand and wedding fountain. Free outdoor aviary, historic cannon, and rose garden. Large shade trees, flower gardens, and ponds. Restrooms and parking available.

Vista Terrace Park - 925 Mountain Park Dr.

Play equipment, T-ball fields, soccer fields and walking path. No restrooms available.

Volunteer Park - Corner of Alder and Palouse St.

Home of the space shuttle Challenger Memorial and the Spanish American War Memorial. No restrooms or parking available.

Washington Park - 700 W. Cherry St.

Splash Pad, play equipment, picnic tables, basketball courts, and soccer fields. Performing arts stage and walking path. Large shade trees. Restrooms and parking available.

Wildwood Park - 7 S. Division St.

Play equipment, basketball court, T-ball field, and shelter. Restrooms and parking available.

Xeriscape Park - 607 E. Isaacs Ave.

A demonstration garden with drought-tolerant grasses, shrubs and trees on display. Also located at this site is the sculpture "From a Hole in the Earth" by Bill Piper. No restrooms or parking available.


City of Walla Walla Interactive Parks Map