As far as parks go, it's a frequent favorite.
"My mom and my sisters love coming out here, so it gives us a chance to kind of interact with the ducks, and each other!" said Marisela Mancillas.
I found retired KIMA weatherman Stu Seibel walking there with his wife.
"Randall Park is really a sort of a hidden jewel for the city of Yakima."
But the second-most used park in Yakima is showing signs of wear. Beaten-up pathways. A shabby entrance. And, the bathrooms. You might want to go before you leave home.
The problems are not lost on Yakima's Parks and Rec Department, which wants to pour $1 million into park improvements, hoping half will come from matching state grants.
On the wish list?
New walkways, playground equipment, and picnic shelters. Better bathrooms. And, a spruced-up pond with a new bridge. A new fence and better signage at the entrances. And, improvements to the basketball court.
I asked neighbors what they thought about the price tag. The consensus? Money well spent.
"Absolutely!" said Marisela. "Yes! I really do think it's worth it."
Yakima has already received a $50,000 donation from an anonymous donor to help get the city started. The Parks and Rec manager told me another $100,000 donation is in the works.
As for what visitors want, that list was also long.
"More shelters for people having birthdays or barbeques."
"And maybe add a little bit of shade."
"Probably need a few more walking trails."
Yakima's Randall Park Committee is planning a public forum in June, where you can bring your suggestions.
The plans for the park are still preliminary. Park managers hope to start construction in spring of next year.