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Named after Norman B. Judkins, a pioneer realtor, Judkins Park is a multipurpose park corridor in the Central Area. Its six-block strip of green enlivens the Rainier Valley with picnic, play and sports areas with wide grass fields, a skatespot, spraypark, and picnic tables. Both an abundance of facilities and attractive landscaping here draw residents from all over the Central Area and Rainier Valley all year long. The park is kept well lighted at night by a veritable forest of lamps. 

Judkins Park is roughly divided into two sections, north and south. For access to the south part, turn west off 23rd South at Day Street and find play areas, a shelter, barbecues, basketball hoops, a skatespot, multi-use courts, and a lookout area with benches and restrooms. North of S. Norman Street you will find another shelter house, two spacious ballfields, play equipment, lots of open green fields, and restrooms. More parking space can be found on the east and north sides.


Closed for the 2020 season

Have your picnic here!

This park has reservable picnic areas. Visit our picnic reservations page for more information on how to have your event here.