Pullman Parks

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Reaney Park

Gray Lane & Lentil Lane (1.64 acres)
Home of the National Lentil Festival and the Reaney Park summer concert series, this park contains outdoor pools, a gazebo, playground area, picnic tables, a BBQ area and a horseshoe pit.

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Kruegel Park

Side & South St. (7.92 acres)
This park was donated to the city in 1958 and contains a spacious picnic area, BBQ area, full sized tennis courts, expansive playground, small football field, baseball diamond, soccer field and volleyball standards.

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Sunnyside Park

Cedar Street (25 acres)
Home to Pullman’s annual 4th of July community celebration. This park contains a picnic and bbq shelter that overlooks 2 ponds and a waterfall. The facilities include: tennis courts, baseball diamond, volleyball standards, Frisbee golf course, and walking trails. The city’s garden plots are also located here.

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Lawson Gardens

Derby Street Near Dilke (13 Acres)
The beautiful formal gardens include a reflecting pool, gazebo, seasonal flowers, rose and perennial gardens. This lovely park is popular for summer weddings and may be rented by calling the City of Pullman Parks & Recreation Department at 509-338-3227.

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Terre View Park

325 NW Terre View Dr (3.25 Acres)
There is a BBQ and picnic shelter located near the children’s playground facilities, public restroom. There is also a wetland pond area perfect for bird watching.

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Mcgee Park

Lybecker St. off of Stadium Way (3.04 Acres)
There is a BBQ and picnic shelter located near children’s playground facilities. There is also a baseball diamond and a fenced basketball court.

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Military Hill Park

End of Hall Drive (25 Acres)
Adjoining Pullman High School, there are 6 tennis courts, 2 baseball diamonds, playfields, playgrounds, a picnic shelter and BBQ area.

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Harrison Tot Lot

Harrison Street (.233 Acres)
This park is designed for very young children and includes a shaded family picnic area.

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Conservation Park

799 NW Darrow St
The City’s old nursery made a transformation to a non-improved natural setting. Gravel and dirt walking trails lead to a bench overlooking the Palouse River. A great place to jog or walk your dog.

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Itani Park

950 SW Crestview Dr
Donated to the City in 1997 by Rafik and Mary Sue Itani, this natural linear park has a large number of trees and shrubs planted. A Gazebo and gravel pathways make this a great place to walk your dog or birdwatch.

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Woodcraft Park

South Street (.84 Acres)
This is a peaceful picnic area with beautiful shade trees in the southeast part of town.

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Spring Street Park

located at Spring Street and Pearl (2.75 acres)
This park includes a skateboard facility, expansive lawn, and public restroom. Benches located along the tranquil Palouse River for patrons to enjoy a quiet moment alone. Links to the Chipman Trail.

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City Playfield

Riverview Road (8.66 Acres)
This is the main facility for Pullman’s summer sports activities. It contains the city baseball diamonds, a jogging track, exercise stations, volleyball standards, batting cage and picnic tables.