Nothing says Spring like a sunshine, a blanket, and a Frisbee. Throw in a river and a Kent park and make a day of it.
Kent has 17 parks — some big, some small and plenty in between — where residents and visitors can get their daily dose of vitamin D, R&R, and fitness depending on the mood of the day.
Kent Parks and Rec staff do a great job providing programs, services and park amenities for people of all ages, inclinations, and outdoor aptitudes. We’re really lucky to have them.
Kent Parks and Rec proves every day that Kent is right sized for fun. From skateboarding, to kayaking, to community races, playgrounds, and Halloween, Kent Parks and Rec serves up smiles in all shapes and sizes.
By the way, Kent Parks and Rec is independent of the City organization — they don’t work for me — which allows me to offer my gratitude and support for what they do without any need for humility since I can take no credit for their success.
Way to go Kent Parks and Rec!