The park is undergoing major renovations. The work includes low-impact development features such as rain gardens that prevent stormwater runoff pollution, permeable parking surfaces, and a green roof full of plants atop the restroom building.
5 outdoor hard courts. This location is overlaid on a tennis court, so the net is a little taller than normal pickleball. Click here for more info.
A large playground fashioned in the shape of a castle, it offers lots of slides, tunnels, swings, and a climbing wall.
The Fun for All Playground is Bremerton and Kitsap County’s first fully inclusive playground, designed to be accessible to children of all abilities. The playground is located next to the splash pad and is typically open from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Two viewing platforms will be added to the park, along with benches, two picnic tables, and parking spots. A new gazebo will also be available to rent.
The project includes removing pavement that now funnels stormwater directly into Port Washington Narrows, a “green roof” atop the restroom building, and bringing in rocks and other features to make the beachfront look more like Northwest shorelines. The city will also replace invasive scotch broom and blackberry bushes with native species. The redeveloped park will be better for both wildlife and humans.
The park features four lighted baseball and softball fields for league play or practice. Two of the fields, Daniel’s and Stan Williams, are available for use by area youth organizations.
The other two fields are used for LCHS football games. The field is accessed by turning left onto Hanley Street after passing through the Lake City High School traffic light (Maverick gas station is on the corner). Parking is located in the LCHS lot.
Lions Park is also home to a basketball court, playground, and tennis courts. It’s a great place to take a stroll and enjoy the views of the marina and Washington Narrows. Browse around this site to check more places to visit.
The park received a major makeover a few years ago and now is considered one of the city’s top parks. Its expansive green spaces, a perimeter trail that runs mostly along the water, and beach access make it a great place to run and play.
EAST BREMERTON — A car was found submerged in Puget Sound near Lions Park Friday, prompting police to dive into the water to rescue the driver. The 46-year-old woman was later identified as Jessica Legate of Bremerton, who was found dead inside the vehicle.
The city’s parks director says the rickety dock at Evergreen Rotary Park will soon be replaced with a new boat launch and dock. Wyn Birkenthal said the city was awarded a grant from the Department of Ecology for the project, and the design phase is underway. The grant doesn’t require matching city funds, which is a huge benefit for the park. The work should be completed in early 2016. Stay in this East Bremerton home and discover recreation, shopping, and beach access just a short walk away!
This is a nice big park, very family friendly with plenty of open grass to run, throw a frisbee, or picnic. The waterfront is a great place to walk and there is also an asphalt track that encircles the park. There are also tennis courts, a large play area with a zip line for kids, two softball fields, and more.
Lions Park, flanking the Washington Narrows’ northern shore off Lebo Boulevard near Warren Avenue Bridge, was opened in 1948 by a $10,000 contribution from local Lions Club members. The club has invested more money and manpower over the years to plant and maintain the premium community site for softball, tennis, soccer, boating, fishing, and picnicking.
This is a 0.7-mile (5,500 steps) route located near Bremerton, Washington, USA. The elevation is about 0 ft and the path is rated as easy. Find this route in the Pacer App. Up next is Blueberry Park.
Driving directions from Cornerstone Cleaning to Lions Park
Driving directions from Lions Park to Blueberry Park