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Indian Tom Park

6th ST & Henry Rd NE
.43 acres

This small park is located on a single lot in the middle of a residential block. It contains only a small play structure and benches that were installed in 1992 as part of the Auburn Centennial celebration.

Park Features:

  • Play Area

Park History

Named after Indian Tom, Tom Wil-Etch-Tid, a friend of the white settlers who saved the lives of Dr. John King and other pioneer children during the White River massacres during 1855. The property was deeded to the City in 1979 from King County.