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Hogan Park @ Russell Road


Russell Road

24400 Russell Road
30.4 acres

Previously known as Russell Road Park, this popular ballfield complex was renamed in honor of former Kent Mayor Isabel Hogan in 2014.  Amenities include parking, lighted baseball/softball fields with bleachers, seasonal concessions, drinking fountain, outdoor grills, picnic tables and shelter, restrooms, trails, play equipment, and horseshoe pits.  Within walking distance are the Kent Valley Ice Centre, access to the Green River Trail, and Riverbend Golf Complex.

Picnic Shelter Reservation Information:

Shelter maximum capacity is 120 Guests

Informational Flyer (pdf)

Reserve this shelter

Standard Park Rules


Rental Rates:

Capacity Daytime Rental Evening Rental All Day Rental
1-60 guests $100.00 $100.00 $175.00
61-120 guests* $200.00 $200.00 $350.00

Daytime Rental: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Evening Rental: 3:00 p.m. to Dusk
All Day Rental: 9:00 a.m. to Dusk
*Requires approval from Park Rental Coordinator

Special Use Fees:

Large Group Deposit: $100.00 deposit (groups larger than 100 guests)
Air Jumper Fee: $50.00 plus $100.00 deposit
Dunk Tank Water Fee: $50.00 plus $100.00 deposit

Baseball/Softball Field Use Reservation Information:

Informational flyer (pdf)

Reserve a ballfield


Field Practice Fee Game Fee Tournament Fee Light Fee
Field #1 $15 Youth
$20 Adult
$35 Youth
$55 Adult
Hourly Rate $25.00
Field #2-#5 $15 Youth
$20 Adult
$30 Youth
$40 Adult
$1500 Youth *
$1600 Adult **

* Youth cap $1500, based on 2-day event, using 4 fields.
**Adult cap $1600, based on 2-day event, using 4 fields.
Field lights and use of Field #1 will be charged above tournament cap.

Special Use Fees:Tournament Deposit: $300.00 1st day, $200.00 each additional day, per facility
Portable fencing: $55 per field, when available
Portable Toilets: User group pays outside vendor



King County conducts ongoing maintenance and repairs to the levee and trail.

Visit the King County Green River Levee System Maintenance page for updates on levee maintenance or repairs affecting the trail.  You can also follow #GreenRiverTrail @KCDNRP on Twitter and like the King County Rivers Facebook page.