Allan Yorke Park

4.437 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
  • Address: 7203 W Tapps Hwy E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391, USA, Lake Tapps, United States
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  • Timings: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-2538628602
  • Tags: Outdoors, Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot

The Allan Yorke Park is located on the Tapps Highway of Bonney Lake. The beach side of the park is the most popular point of interest amongst locals and tourists. The park also features a baseball setup, tennis court and a skate park. It also has a playground and a play area especially built for kids. The Allan Yorke Park is a nice recreation area in the Lake Tapps region.

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  • Allan Yorke Park Address: 7203 W Tapps Hwy E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391, USA, Lake Tapps, United States
  • Allan Yorke Park Contact Number: +1-2538628602
  • Allan Yorke Park Timing: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm
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  • 95% of people who visit Lake Tapps include Allan Yorke Park in their plan

  • 36% of people start their Allan Yorke Park visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Allan Yorke Park

Monday, Tuesday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Allan Yorke Park

People normally club together Ken Simmons Park and B.i.y.m Studios while planning their visit to Allan Yorke Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Allan Yorke Park Reviews & Ratings

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  • Great place to take family or throw a party/get together, a lot of swimming room, as well as grass to set up chairs and sun tents. There is also a sand volleyball pit, and plenty of people willing to participate. If you are going during a hot and sunny day, plan on getting there early to save a spot in the grass and get a decent parking spot. Ive been a few times, and the park is always packed during hot days.

  • One of the better lakes/park locations I've been to in the region. The water's clean and clear, so it's nice to swim in. It still looks murky because of the green below, but it's safe and not too deep. No life guard (normal for lakes though). I visited in the summer but the water was still somewhat cold, but still an enjoyable swim! There are grills that can be used, and a few tables with seating (the concrete benches). Might still be worthwhile to bring your own stuff though. Overall it was fun to visit!

  • Great Park! Park is kept very clean and security is ran very well. The park always has events for families and kids, a secure place to swim, boat, bbq, play volley ball and a tennis court, and a skate park. There's a snack shack , a kayak rental, as well as rental for life jackets. This park is lots of fun for all ages and groups.

  • This park has always been our go to when we don't go to the private parks available for the residents in the area. I however, after not being there for a year, to see the diminishing of care in regards to maintenance. There are no locks on the bathrooms (for the women), which is a safety hazard for any ladies who use the handicap stall. I understand there is wildlife there, yet about half of the dock was covered and no attempt you can tell to clean that particular section, as well as I understand it is up to the civilian to bring their own swimming equipment, what use yo be available is no more (life vests). I do not know if Bonney Lake has limited maintenance crew for that particular section, but I am still sad to see the downgrade in care particularly over the year on it's own. The experience itself is fun, my children had a blast - always do. I just hope this is a minor blooper in a possible just bad day in arriving before care day for the park.

  • Easy to find with GPS and/or signs. Small park with beautiful views. Trees for shade and several picnic tables. Swimming area next to boat ramps, which are right next to the road. Saw one guy have to pull into traffic in order to jockey it right. Walk along the road for a view of the mountain. Concession stand by the baseball field and kayak rentals, which cost more than some lake rentals.

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  • Concerts this summer?

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    • There are Tunes at Tapps on 10th and 17th July. But to know more about their updated schedule, it would be better to call the Allan Yorke Park on 253-862-8602. 

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