Kenroy Park

700 N. James Ave
East Wenatchee, WA 98802

Kenroy Park features two picnic shelters, a playground and the "Skateboard Park." 

The land for the park was donated by Kenneth Randle and Roy McMahon in 1960.

Contained within its five acres is a "skate pad" which was donated by the community for Wenatchee Valley Skate Parks, and a swing set which was donated by the Apple Valley Kiwanis.

Kenroy Park is a great place to take children for some carefree time. There are two Picnic Shelters located at Tedford. If you are interested in reserving one of the shelters, please fill out the Facility Rental Application and return it to our office, along with payment.

Primarily used by the neighbors in the area, Sterling Middle School students, and youth soccer teams during peak league participation.

Kenroy Park usually affords a peaceful place to have a midday picnic or a setting for reading a book or quiet reflection. 

There are no restroom facilities at Kenroy Park.

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