The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is keeping the health and well-being of all Washingtonians in mind as the state comes together in an effort to slow the spread of of coronavirus (COVID-19).
All Recreational Fishing is closed. Please click on the link below to stay updated.
The Parks and Trails at the Greenway are still open!
Gates at the Greenway trailheads have now been opened and will close at dusk.
From the Director:
The Yakima Greenway is following similar guidelines issued by the Seattle Parks Department!
We know that time outdoors can have many benefits—both mental and physical, and that our parks and open space provide a critical support to our community during this difficult time.
Parks and trails are open for where social distancing can be maintained, such as walking, jogging, cycling and nature viewing. Please enjoy these activities alone or with your family. DO NOT congregate (gather in groups) when visiting parks, and please practice social distancing by staying 6 feet away from others.
The Yakima Greenway will open all gates to parking lots as of today. The gates open at dawn and close at dusk.
The Playgrounds, Pavilion and Pit Toilets will remain closed until further notice.
Please be safe, enjoy the outdoors and maintain social distancing!
Experience The Greenway
Parks, pathways, and natural areas along the Yakima and Naches Rivers
The Yakima Greenway is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and relies heavily on your support through private contributions. Contributions to the Yakima Greenway are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
About The Greenway
The Yakima Greenway boasts more than 20 miles of paved pathway, as well as parks, fishing lakes, picnic areas, playgrounds, and river access landings, along with protected and natural areas.
Greenway facilities are free and open to the public year round, dawn to dusk. The Greenway is the perfect place for walking, bird watching, fishing, running, biking, and enjoying healthy outdoor activity.
The Yakima Greenway is a favorite place enjoyed and supported by thousands of residents and visitors each year. There is no place like it in the Yakima Valley!