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Rainier Beach Community Center and Pool Directions

Community Center and Pool Information: 206-386-1925
Address: 8825 Rainier Ave S, 98118 (Map It)
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The Rainier Beach Complex is located on Rainier Ave S near the corner of S Henderson St.


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From I-5 Southbound

  • take the Albro Pl./Swift Rd. exit
  • take a left at the light at the end of the Exit ramp
  • cross over the freeway and take a right at the next light onto Swift Rd.
  • Take Swift Road south
  • when it swings to the East the road name changes to Othello St.
  • Take Othello to Rainier Ave.
  • make a right onto Rainier Ave. at the light
  • Rainier Beach Complex is about ½ mile south on Rainier Ave on the right.
  • Turn right into the Parking lot.

From I-5 Northbound

  • take the Martin Luther King Jr. Way exit
  • take MLK Way north to Cloverdale St.
  • At the light on Cloverdale take a right turn.
  • There is an entrance to the Rainier Beach Complex parking lot on the right just before the second traffic light you come to which is Rainier Ave. Turn right into the parking lot.

Updated September 10, 2013
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