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Issac Evans

29627 Green River Rd SE
19.87 acres

Isaac Evans Park is a riverfront park providing valuable passive recreation opportunities for the community. The park's connection to Dykstra Park via the suspension bridge increases its accessibility to local residents and is an appealing feature for visitors. A paved trail runs around the circumference of the park. The woods on the outside perimeter of the trail remain in their natural condition. Scattered throughout the grassy space on the inside of the trail are clusters of picnic tables, picnic shelters, restroom facilities and playground equipment.

Park Features:

  • Picnic Shelter (available for rental)
  • Restroom
  • Play Structure
  • Trail
  • Public Artwork
  • River Access

Park History

Dedicated in 1989, and named for an early pioneer, who farmed along the Green River.

Driving Directions

29627 Green River Rd SE

From I-5 or Hwy 167, take the Hwy 18 East. Take the Auburn-Enumclaw Exit. At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Auburn Way South. Continue north on Auburn Way to 8th St NE. Turn right (east) on 8th St. Continue through light at Harvey Road, cross over bridge, and turn left at light at 104th St. SE. Follow along the river for .7 mile. Take the next left at Green River Road. Follow along for .75 mile with park on the left. You will see the restroom, playground equipment and picnic shelter.