The Gift of the Greenway -- We Need You.
The Yakima Greenway connects us, restores us and inspires us. Join us in our quest to make it the best that it can be for many generations to come.
Gap2Gap 2022 - Thank you!!!
To all of the participants + families that came out, as well as to our sponsors, thank you for making Gap2Gap 2022 so amazing. Click below for the results!
Kids Fish In 2022 was a BLAST!
Thank you to all of our sponsors and community partners for making this year's Fish In the best one yet.

 

Attention Guests

Visitors to Sarg Hubbard Park should be aware of an unconfirmed case of Avian Bird Flu. Temporary guidelines to help prevent the possible spread to wild and domestic fowl are to wash your hands and the bottom of your shoes. Please avoid fishing in the pond at this time. 

 If you have any questions please call the Washington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife - South Central Region at (509) 575-2740. If you see a sick bird you can report it here

 


 




Join the Movement

Now, more than ever, we need our community's support to continue the legacy + gift that is the Yakima Greenway.

You have the power to help us revitalize, maintain + improve our trails, facilities, community offerings and more. 

The time is now. Join us.

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¡El clima se está poniendo agradable! ¿Tienes ganas de salir y moverte? 

Salga y #ExploreTheGreenway o #WalkinAPark Escanee el código QR para ver el mapa de Yakima Greenway.

The weather is getting nice. Do you feel like getting out and moving? 

Come out and #ExploreTheGreenway or #WalkInAPark. Scan the QR Code to view the Yakima Greenway map.

 


A Trail & River for ALL

Spanning from Naches all the way to Union Gap, 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.  


 

 

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Interested in becoming a Volunteer?

Volunteer support has been and continues to be crucial to a success of The Greenway. 

Join us in our mission to promote health, community and the outdoors in this beautiful area that we all call home.

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