Les Gove Park is home to a variety of amenities for the community and visitors. Located in the heart of Auburn, this site contains a number of public facilities including a multipurpose building, spray park, playground, museum, and more!

The city is currently working on a master planning process that will see the campus grow and improve with adjacent civic facilities. This includes the development of a new Community Center and Youth/Teen Center that will be adjacent to the newly constructed gym. Learn more by clicking here.

The Community & Event Center

The Community & Event Center at Les Gove Park is an exciting new building that has plenty of options for events, classes, meetings, and celebrations. The 13,700-square-foot facility features three divisible rooms, a classroom/meeting room, a fitness room with cardio and resistance machines, storage areas, and Parks, Arts & Recreation administration offices.

The Millennium Rooms are perfect for private parties, family reunions, birthdays, and other special occasions. An elegant wood floor and expansive floor-to-ceiling windows make the spaces bright, airy, and welcoming.

Join Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation for FREE Halloween Harvest Festival and Trunk-or-Treat at the Community & Event Center on Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 1:00-5:00 pm. This fun-filled fall afternoon will include games, crafts, a photo booth, Trunk-or-Treating around the trail in Les Gove Park, and a Boo-seum at the White River Valley Museum! Bring a canned or boxed food donation for admission to support the Auburn Food Bank.

The Gymnasium

The Gymnasium at Les Gove Park is one of the newest and most exciting additions to the Auburn community campus. This multi-purpose facility is attached to the REC Teen Center and the Auburn Community & Events Center and allows participants to drop into a variety of programs including open gym sports, an indoor preschool playground, rock climbing instruction, and more.

The Gymnasium also serves as an event venue for special occasions. With an elegant wood floor and expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, it is the perfect place for your next wedding, reception, anniversary party, family reunion, or corporate event. An on-site attendant is available to help make your event a success. Explore more!

The Spray Playground

If you’re looking for a cool place to splash and play in the summer, look no further than Les Gove Park! This popular spot is home to the Discovery Playground and Rotary Spray Playground, both of which are open daily from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

In addition to these facilities, Les Gove Park is also home to a half-mile looped trail that encircles an attractive bermed and treed area including 100 flowering cherry trees given by the Japanese Sister City Lions Club of Kasuga-Cho in 1984.

The Les Gove Park community campus is a collection of public amenities that serves the entire Auburn area. It contains the Auburn Community & Event Center, The REC Teen Center, Les Gove Gymnasium, the White River Valley Museum, and the King County Library – Auburn Branch.

Veterans Memorial Park

The shady woods and expansive green lawn at Veterans Memorial Park are pleasant spots for picnicking, walking, or simply sitting. It’s a popular community park with a gazebo, picnic areas, a veterans’ memorial, a playground, and an extensive trail system.

Dedicated to those who have served our country in all five military services, this passive park is a place for quiet reflection or a public ceremony. The centerpiece of the park is a granite pedestal with five jet-black granite tablets etched with the service branch seal.

Walkways of bricks bearing the veteran’s name, service branch, and service dates radiate from the base of the granite pedestal. These bricks may be purchased by veterans, relatives, or friends wishing to honor their loved ones.

The White River Valley Museum

Located in Les Gove Park, the White River Valley Museum is a popular destination for visitors and locals. The Museum is part of a cluster of amenities at the Auburn Community Campus that includes the Library, Senior Center, and Community & Event Center.

The White River Valley Museum is a great place to learn about the area’s rich history. Its collections include a variety of artifacts, including photographs of the area’s first families.

This popular venue was a recipient of a $5.7 million expansion and renovation from KCLS. This project included adding a central reading area and modifying the entryway. It also added a rain garden to capture and manage rainwater in an environmentally sustainable manner. Continue reading about Lake Fenwick Park.



Driving directions from AAA Construction LLC to Les Gove Park

Driving directions from Les Gove Park to Lake Fenwick Park