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Howard Amon Park, Richland

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Howard Amon Park is a multi-use recreation area on the shore of the Columbia River in Richland in the U.S. state of Washington. The original arch at the entrance to the park was the first thing in the city when it was incorporated in 1912, but has since been replaced. The park is named after Howard Amon, one of Richland's early settlers.

It is at the east end of Lee Boulevard in the center of Richland on the river side of the levee and is accessible from several roads leading off of George Washington Way.
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  • Place could be nice but poorly taken care of and very limited amenities. Grass is pretty bad and many of those old trees need to be replace before they hurt someone. Shoreline is nasty for... 
    Place could be nice but poorly taken care of and very limited amenities. Grass is pretty bad and many of those old trees need to be replace before they hurt someone. Shoreline is nasty for...  more »
  • Amon Park is the jewel of Richland! Clean, safe, well kept, easy access. There is a walking/running trail along the Columbia River, wading pool for children, playground, benches, picnic areas. 
    Amon Park is the jewel of Richland! Clean, safe, well kept, easy access. There is a walking/running trail along the Columbia River, wading pool for children, playground, benches, picnic areas.  more »
  • What a beautiful paved walking trail on the river. Lots to see. Different activities throughout the day. 
    What a beautiful paved walking trail on the river. Lots to see. Different activities throughout the day.  more »
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  • Three Rivers Folklife Society host a great Labor Day Weekend (Saturday & Sunday) Tumbleweed Music Festival. Seven stages, different acts every hour, by donation during the day, Saturday evening concert and Sunday evening contra dance each cost under $10.00. A great weekend for the whole family!
  • I love this park. It has all the things it had growing up and the modern addition fit in well. I wish the Finger Nail band shell was used especially for the Tumbleweed Music Festival.
  • Very nice park. first visit. very relaxing nice shaded areas. Nice walking and biking trail. Lots of seating and parking. Close to the water.
  • This is a big park stretching miles along the Columbia River. There's kayak, paddle boarding rentals, playground equipment, kiddie pool, benches, picnic tables, tennis courts, concession building, a community center, walking & bike paths, a fingernail stage, and large paddle boat cruises for rent. Something for the whole family. Many large events are held here. Today I was enjoying the Columbia Cup Allied Art in the Park (100's of art and craft booths from all over the Pacific region). Well maintained park. Bathrooms by the tennis courts. Lots of parking with handicap parking available. Close to many restaurants, boutiques, and other stores. Close to police station and fire station. I highly recommend.
  • Even though we got rain out, we had a great time and enjoyed the water. The playground is huge with lots of different activities. Will definitely go again!!

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