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Shaughnessy

3302 21st ST SE
3.46 acres

Shaughnessy Park is located in an attractive setting of near mature Douglas Firs on a quiet residential street. Several recreational courts are located in close proximity to the street. The play structure is tucked nicely into a stand of trees. An open play field with a backstop is in a corner of the park and is not readily apparent from other parts of the park and street.

Park Features:

  • Play Structure
  • Playfield with backstop
  • Picnic Tables

Park History

Named for former Mayor James N. Shaughnessy who served from 1960 -1964. As a member of a pioneer family and an avid historian, Mayor Shaughnessy was one of the founders of the White River Historical Society. The park was dedicated in 1973.

Driving Directions

3302 21st St SE

From I-5 or Hwy 167, take the Hwy 18 East. Take the Auburn-Enumclaw Exit. At the end of the ramp, turn south onto Auburn Way. Continue on Auburn Way South to Hemlock St SE. Turn left on Hemlock St SE and right onto 21st ST SE. The entrance to the park is on the right.