Thank you to all for understanding the need to close the pathway during the fire cleanup. The pathway is now open and so is Sarg Hubbard. Please use extreme caution as fire danger is high.
Have a great weekend and be safe!
We will keep you updated!
Hello Greenway Partners,
Summer is in full swing at the Yakima Greenway. If you have not visited the Yakima Greenway yet, you are missing some of the best things about summer.
The restrooms at Sarg Hubbard Park are currently open.
If you are heading out to the Greenway, please remember to bring water & sunscreen. Continue to practice social distancing.
Please remember that the gates close at 9pm at Sarg Hubbard (upper parking lot), Sherman Park & 16th Ave. Summer hours
WE RUN ON VOLUNTEER POWER:
If you are looking for a great social distancing activity to get you out of the house and helping your community... Give the Yakima Greenway a call and become a volunteer.
We are currently looking for water cart drivers, trash collectors, weed pullers and tree trimmers. If you like trail clean-up and clearing... we have a job for that. If you have a special skill in gardening or painting, we have a job for that too!
The Yakima Greenway team practice safe social distancing and can provide you with PPE (personnel protective equipment).
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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!