Play in Renton
From the shores of Lake Washington to the top of Cougar Mountain, there is something to do for everyone in Renton, Washington.
The most-visited attraction is the monument of one of the greatest guitarists of all time: the Jimi Hendrix Grave Site at Greenwood Memorial Park.
Renton also boasts over 40 parks and trails for walking, biking, strollers, wheelchairs and joggers. Kennydale Beach is where Clint Eastwood got his start as a local lifeguard, and above the Cedar River is the Renton Public Library, the only library in the country that is built over a river. From mid-June through Labor Day, families can cool off at the Henry Moses Aquatic Center.
The 8-Bit Arcade is a retro pinball arcade which has hosted the national pinball championships. 8-Bit serves beer and cider all day, but goes "adult only" after 9:30pm.
Reach out to Seaplane Scenics and schedule your scenic tour around the Northwest – including not just Renton, but also whale watching, Lake Union, the beautiful University of Washington campus, Lake Washington’s distinctive floating bridges, downtown Seattle (including the sports stadiums) the iconic Space Needle as well as the majestic Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges and breathtaking Mt. Rainier on one of Seattle’s premier float and land plane scenics.
Try your luck at one of Renton's casinos, or catch a concert, play or movie at one of the city's theaters. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the variety of activities that Renton has to offer: