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Howard Amon Park, Richland
(4.8/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is a fantastic park, with great kids play areas, walking paths, beautiful riverfront location, benches and more!! 
  • This park is always a fun place to go to enjoy nature. The walking/biking trail is very accessible, there is a wonderful playground for families. Lots of picnic areas and beautiful grass and trees. 
  • This has something for everyone. The river is the focal point and there is so much to see and do. We enjoyed watching the geese do flips cleaning themselves and the children playing. Our dog was a big...  more »
  • What a great place! Something for everyone. Gorgeous views of the river no matter where you're at. They have various high quality playgrounds for the kids. Running and walking path that's spacious to accommodate bikes as well without having a near miss. There's plenty of peace, art, and views for a romantic evening stroll. This place everyone is happy and you can feel it. If you're lucky, you may witness a baptism for unlucky people being held under dirty water đź’¦ in what also might be goose feces infested since they're so close to the shore.
  • The City and Port of Richland have continually improved the features of this park. Many events are held here when the weather is nice. It borders the Columbia River for many recreational activities. It is well maintained and has a lot of informational installations along the shoreline trail and pathways elsewhere. There is a community center with outstanding facilities on the opposite side of the park.
  • I was staying down the road in a hotel and somebody suggested this park. Very lovely with the water, huge trees, Eastern Gray Squirrels dropping nutshells on the ground, Yellow-rumped Warblers chirping and the relaxing atmosphere despite a lot of people around the park. Sidewalks to get a nice walk in the sun, benches to sit and feel the calmness of outdoors. Hope to go again.
  • Great park, clean well maintained, quality playground for all ages and beautiful grassy lawn with huge old trees. Perfect place for a stop at the playground and a long walk.
  • Great park along the mighty Columbia. Great paved walking trails for your pets. Kayak and Paddleboard rentals... Great family fun.