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.
Loyalty Park is Sumner's oldest park and used to be part of a hops farm. Today, some of the largest and oldest trees…More in Sumner shade a whimsical playground and numerous picnic benches. There is a basketball court and plenty of open space to walk, jog or otherwise admire this lovely park that seems to be from another time.</p>
<p>The land was donated by L.F. Thompson, one of Sumner's founders. He owned 160 acres of farmland that was destroyed during the aphid disease of 1892-1893, and he donated it shortly thereafter. The land remained unkempt and covered in weeds until about 1914, when the city began paving the roads and developing the land around the park. The Women's Civic Club of Sumner was an active part of the development process.</p>
Heritage Park is a focal point for everything Sumner. Parade routes, community festivals, street performances and…More family gatherings all seem to find themselves here. This small park is full of symbolism--the red and green colors on the gazebo represent the colors of rhubarb, an influential Sumner export during the 1960s. There are also circular designs surrounding the gazebo, a reminder of the twirling street dancers of the 1920s.</p>
<p>Heritage Park was largely made possible by a generous contribution from the late Senator Knoblauch, a 30-year Washington state senator who retired in 1977.</p>
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>
Sumner's newest park is a great place for family gatherings, to hang out with friends or bring the kids after a long…More day of running errands. There is a large covered picnic area that can be reserved for private parties, a playground with a children's climbing wall, walking trails and a basketball court.</p>
<p>The artistic flourishes of this park represent the best designs and ideas submitted by over 2000 applicants. Maple Lawn Elementary students, senior center members and other community members participated in the park design.</p>
Daffodil Valley Sports Complex 5604 Graham Ave, Sumner, WA98390 No matter what kind of athlete you are, the Daffodil Valley Sports Complex has something for you. After a few ollies at…More The Sk8 Park, head over to the baseball field and work on your fastpitch! There is a sandbox for beach volleyball, three baseball fields, two full tennis and basketball courts, plus a large playground for children. Located in the heart of Sumner, this park was created by passionate local volunteers and made possible through donation, hard work and community pride. It was dedicated in 1998.