The Bonney Lake Community Garden was started in a partnership with the City of Bonney Lake and Bonney Lake Community…More Resources, also known as the Bonney Lake Food Bank. A portion of the garden is farmed for the Food Bank, which supervises the garden and plot assignments. City residents can volunteer in the food bank section of the garden, and community gardeners can donate any extra produce they farm to the Food Bank or Bonney Lake Senior Center.</p>
<p>There is no charge for a plot in the Community Garden, and the city supplies water irrigation. However, you must supply your own topsoil, additives, seeds and tools. Visit the City of Bonney Lake website for more information and garden plot application forms.</p>
Christ The King Lutheran Church 245 Valley Ave E, Sumner, WA98390 Christ The King Lutheran Church is a predominately Spanish-speaking congregation and has been part of the Sumner…More community since 1965. It is home to the Sumner Cooperative Preschool and Shepard's Field, which is the Sumner community garden. Community members interested in gardening anything from flowers to vegetables can sign up for a plot at City Hall.
Located on the north side of Main Street, Seibenthaler Park has a playground, swings, a basketball court and plenty…More of green space for the neighboring communities to enjoy.</p>
<p>The park was named after a local boyscout leader and established in 1945.</p>
Ascent Park State Route 410, Bonney Lake, WA98391 Ascent Park remains undeveloped and only consists of the "Welcome to Bonney Lake" sign. An unrivaled view of the valley…More below lies just behind the large trees on the ridge.
Lake Jane Park is a members-only park, located in the Lake Jane Estates and operated by the Lake Jane Homeowner's…More Association. The pool is open June 19 to September 6. Park facilities hours vary according to the time of year. Fishing, basketball, tennis, swimming and many other activities are available in the summer.</p>
<p>Facilities are available for reservation by appointment only.</p>
Madrona Park 7730 182nd Ave E, Bonney Lake, WA98391 For a quick game of pick-up ball under the majestic Mt. Rainier, Madrona Park has got you covered. This tiny park is…More located off a residential street and almost makes you feel like you're in someone's backyard. Parking is not available; patrons must park at the bottom of the residential hill and walk up.
Ken Simmons Park 18200 74th St E, Bonney Lake, WA98391 This small park, located on the north side of Lake Bonney, features a children's playground and a covered picnic area.…More It was named after Ken Simmons, the driving force behind the creation of Bonney Lake. He had purchased a large amount of property and developed a lakefront resort destination on Bonney Lake, which helped convince visitors to develop land and populate what is known as Bonney Lake today.