3030 R St. SE
53.0 acres plus open space of 86.17 acres
Game Farm Park is one of the largest and most frequently-used community parks in Auburn. The park contains a wide variety of facilities for organized sports, activities, and special community events. The hillside backdrop and proximity to the White River creates a spectacular natural setting. The park is popular for rentals and a one-mile paved loop trail allows for walks around the meadows, play structures and ball fields.
- Sports Complex (2 soccer fields and 4 softball fields)
- Picnic Shelter (available for rental)
- Len Chapman Amphitheater (available for rental)
- Barbecue Grills
- Walking trail (1-mile looped trail)
- Play Areas
- Outdoor Fitness Equipment
- Basketball & Pickleball Court (2)
- Tennis Courts (4)
- Public Artwork
- Adjacent to Stuck River
The park is built on wild game refuge property originally owned by the King County Game Commission. In 1933, ownership was transferred to the Washington State Department of Game. It was an experimental facility for bamboo partridge, quail, ringnecked pheasants, tinamou and other exotic birds. In 1978, the land transferred ownership to the State Parks and Recreation Commission. The City of Auburn signed a long-term use agreement in 1984 which provided that the City cooperate with the State Parks to develop the 160-acre site as a park. The park was dedicated in 1988.
3030 R St. SE
From I-5 or Hwy 167, take Hwy 18 East. Take the Auburn-Enumclaw exit. At the end of the ramp, turn left onto Auburn Way S. Continue south on Auburn Way. At the intersection of M ST, be in the right-hand lane to take Howard Road. At the end of the Howard Road, take a right onto R ST SE. Continue through the light at 29th SE. The park is on your left. The picnic shelter and amphitheater are at the end of the park road.