Kenneydell Park

6745 SW Fairview Rd, Olympia, WA 98512


 

 

 

 

 

This 40-acre park features 1,000 feet of freshwater beach as well as trails, athletic fields and a developed swimming area on Black Lake.  In 2009 two large playground structures were added.

There are three covered shelters, each offering a large barbecue grill with three covered picnic tables providing seating for approximately 24-30 people.

The Lodge is a full-featured heated cabin with kitchen, meeting space, fireplace, covered porches, deck, tables and chairs to accommodate 49 people.

*No fishing, alcohol or animals are permitted on the beach. 
*Alcohol is not permitted on the athletic fields.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Creekside Shelter

This shelter is close to the athletic fields and a playground structure. Lots of easy parking close by.

Amenities include:

  • Three picnic tables

  • Total seating capacity of 24-30 people

  • Large BBQ grill

*Alcohol is not permitted at the Creekside Shelter

Reservation Form

 



 

 

 

The Ridge Shelter

This shelter is closest to the lake and swimming area, with restrooms and playground structure nearby.

Amenities include:

  • Three picnic tables

  • Total seating capacity of 24-30 people

  • Large BBQ grill

 

Reservation Form

 



 

The Pioneer Shelter

This shelter is closest to the Lodge with restrooms and a small parking area nearby.

Amenities include:

  • Three picnic tables

  • Total seating capacity of 24-30 people

  • Large BBQ grill

Reservation Form



 

Kenneydell Lodge is available for use all year, and may be reserved up to a year in advance.

Amenities include:

  • Tables and chairs for seating up to 49 people

  • Large, heated meeting area with plenty of natural light

  • Covered porches and large rear deck overlooking the woods

  • Kitchen includes range, microwave, refrigerator, sink, and lots of counter space

  • Fireplace with new gas insert

 


Reservation Form /  Kenneydell Lodge

Directions to Kenneydell Park

Take Highway 101 off I-5. Exit onto Black Lake Boulevard southbound. Proceed approximately 2 miles, then turn left onto the Black Lake-Belmore Road. Follow the Black Lake-Belmore Road approximately 2 miles. Turn right onto 66th. At the sharp curve to the left, 66th will become known as Fairview Road. Kenneydell County Park entrance is 600 feet after the curve on the right.