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Roegner

601 Oravetz RD
21.25 acres

This community park is located along the banks of the White River, adjacent to Auburn Riverside High School. A trail system includes both hard and soft-surfaced sections to meet the needs of many different users, including equestrian users from the nearby Hidden Valley neighborhood. Commissioned artwork for the park includes a uniquely designed bench with a salmon motif, placed to allow views of the river.

Park Features:

  • Picnic Shelter (available for rental)
  • Restroom
  • Play Structure
  • Trails
  • Public Artwork
  • Adjacent to White River

Park History

Roegner Park, was dedicated in 1994, and named for former Councilmember and Mayor Bob Roegner (1982-1993).

Driving Directions

601 Oravetz RD
From I-5 or Hwy 167, take the Hwy 18 East. Take the Auburn -Enumclaw Exit. At the end of the ramp, continue through the light to the next light at ‘A’ St. SE. Turn left. Continue on ‘A’ Street. Turn left onto Lakeland Hills Way. Take the next left onto Oravetz Rd. Go .5 mile, the entrance to the park is on the left, past the Auburn Riverside High School.