Tonasket is a beautiful city. With nearly 40 acres of parkland & 200 sunny days a year; there's always something new to discover.
Go exploring and you will find: hiking trails, a skate park, soccer fields, playgrounds, easy access to the Okanogan River, and more.
The city have been recognized as a "Tree City" by the Arbor Day foundation for over 8 years. You can learn more about the Tree City program here.
Explore Our Parks!Click on a marker for more information.
This park adjacent to the Tonasket Visitors and Business Resource Center, City Hall and the Police Station, was completed in 2010 through significant volunteer efforts. The park provides history on the founders of the community and includes parking, and picnic and small camping areas for bicyclists.
This park, Tonasket’s oldest, was developed in the mid 1940’s and is located in a residential area on 5 acres with 400 feet of shoreline on the Okanogan River. Existing facilities include a basketball court, picnic tables, open area for games and concerts, and a variety of children’s play equipment. The park is lighted and fenced for security.
Chief Tonasket Park
This neighborhood park was developed by private landowners and donated to the City. The park consists of an acre of lawn in a triangular shape at the intersection of State Street, Second Street and Antwine Avenue. Trees growing along the State Street side provide a nice shady area for relaxing and watching the children play.
Added to the park was playground equipment for small children, donated and installed by the local Junior Women’s Group.
This small park area is located between Western Ave. and State Highway 97 in close proximity to the Chamber of Commerce RV Park. The 1/3 acre site is primarily a grassy open space area with shade trees and picnic tables. The Farmer's Market is held here every Thursday during the summer months.
Armed Forces Legacy Park
The formal ground breaking on this park, built to recognize and memorialize armed forces veterans from across the U.S. was on Veterans Day, November 11, 2009. The U.S. Armed Forces Legacy Association, a non-profit group, raised money for the memorial and will be responsible for development and maintenance of the Park. The City of Tonasket gave the group a 99-year lease for the property and provides water for irrigation