Parks in Thurston County, Washington

There are 22 Parks in Thurston County, Washington, serving a population of 269,885 people in an area of 722 square miles. There is 1 Park per 12,267 people, and 1 Park per 32 square miles.

In Washington, Thurston County is ranked 5th of 39 counties in Parks per capita, and 3rd of 39 counties in Parks per square mile.

List of Thurston County Parks

Find Thurston County, Washington parks, and general outdoor nature areas.

5th and Grant Pocket Park North 5th Avenue Southwest Tumwater, WA

Barclift Park 690 Barclift Lane Southeast Tumwater, WA

Bigelow Park 1220 Bigelow Avenue Northeast Olympia, WA

Decatur Woods Park 1015 Decatur Street Southwest Olympia, WA

Friendly Grove Park 2316 Friendly Grove Road Northeast Olympia, WA

Harry Fain's Legion Park 1115 20th Avenue Southeast Olympia, WA

Hope Island State Park 2640 Island Drive Northwest Olympia, WA

Horizon Pointe Park 5700 Balustrade Boulevard Southeast Lacey, WA

Jim Brown Park 1205 South 2nd Avenue Southwest Tumwater, WA

Kettle View Park Eagle Bend Drive Southeast Olympia, WA

Lakepointe Park 6400 Compton Boulevard Southeast Lacey, WA

Meridian Neighborhood Park 8855 Campus Glen Drive Northeast Lacey, WA

Millersylvania State Park 12245 Tilley Road Southwest Olympia, WA

Palermo Pocket Park Palermo Avenue Southeast Tumwater, WA

Percival Landing Playground 325 Columbia Street Northwest Olympia, WA

Piper's Playground 818 79th Avenue Southeast Olympia, WA

Priest Point Park 2222 South Bay Road Northeast Olympia, WA

V Street Pocket Park 415 V Street Southwest Tumwater, WA

William A Bush Park 4400 Chardonnay Drive Southeast Lacey, WA

Wonderwood Park 5304 32nd Avenue Southeast Lacey, WA

Woodland Creek Community Park 6729 Pacific Avenue Southeast Lacey, WA

Yauger Park 530 Alta Street Southwest Olympia, WA

About Thurston County Parks

Thurston County Parks are natural or semi-natural open spaces set aside for outdoor recreation, leisure, or preservation in Thurston County, WA. Almost all Parks in Thurston County are public spaces open to the general public, though there are some examples of private Parks. Most Thurston County and local governments have a Parks Department that is responsible for maintaining City Parks, Town Greens, Athletic Parks, and similar open spaces.

You may contact Parks for questions about:
  • Finding a Thurston County Park near you
  • Thurston County Park special events calendar
  • Athletic fields, training facilities, and sports facilities
  • Thurston County Park permits
  • Local, Washington State Parks & National Parks