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Howard Amon Park, Richland

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
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  • 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...  read more »
  • The river is just beautiful, miles of grass line it, the bridges are amazing; and then there's the horrible road and old bathrooms......bum bum baaaa. Richland really needs to update facilities. There...  read more »
  • Staying in an hotel nearby, I really appreciated the peace and oasis atmosphere in the park. Nice palette of rental possibilities. What's missing is the possibility to have something to drink or eat n...  read more »
  • Great for the kids and very clean. You get the Almighty Columbia with a really cool park for kids including an awesome sandbox, public pool, a zip tie, and tennis courts. There is also an art museum right next door with a pretty cool bar. Great place to check out if you happen to be in Richland.
  • Very nice park right on the water. Great for playing Pokemon. Has a play area for kids, community center, and a long walking path next to the river. Many events happen here over the summer. Good park for swimming in the river, has life jackets for free use. Many areas BBQs. Best park in Tri-cities.
  • Very impressive park, probably the most modern I've been to. There's something for everyone, different play areas are specified for different age groups. It's fun to see the seagulls so far from the ocean too. Great walking path along the river, short beach, pool, tennis courts, the list goes on. A must explore if you're nearby.
  • This is one of the best parks I've ever been to. It's great for all ages. There are smooth sidewalks for jogging, walking, and bicycle riding. There are two playgrounds for children, one of which has a low-to-the-ground zip line. There's a mini pool that's about a foot deep. I think they do swimming lessons for toddlers there. Huge trees and mature landscaping is a plus for me. There's a tennis court for those up to the fun and challenge. The best part of it all is the river. The park borders the river and has small beaches spotted all along the length of the park. There's a dock and small pier. Plenty of open, sunny spaces for picnics.
  • Very nice park with a nice, paved walking path along the river. Usually very busy here, so quiet solitude is not really an option here. Still, nice water access, nice grassy areas, friendly to dogs, bicycles, walkers, runners... definitely worth a stop.
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