Ravenna Park and Cowen Park comprise a single contiguous recreation and green space in the Ravenna neighborhood of Seattle
in the United States
. These public parks encompass the ravine with a maximum depth of 115 ft (35 m) through which Ravenna Creek flows.The ravine that is the central feature of Cowen and Ravenna Park was formed when melt-off from the Vashon Glacial Ice Sheet formed Lake Russell and proceeded to cut drainage ravines through new glacial fill.
Ravenna Park is a ½ mile wooded ravine which connects two picnic areas just north of the University District. Activities include hiking, jogging and picnics. The park also features a play area for children, a wading pool, ballfield, trails, and tennis courts.The parks are mostly forested with native Bigleaf Maple, Coast Douglas-fir, Western Hemlock, and Western Redcedar.