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  • 1

    Gas Works Park

    61 reviews

    Big event time is the 4th.,of July. This is where everybody goes to see the firewoks. There is an old part of history there that is an machine that looks like an oil rig. Which how it got it's name. Nice park that is in the Wallingford area of town. The park is near light industies and very charming homes. ...

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesLocal
  • 2

    Alki Beach Park

    38 reviews

    OK its a lovely spot to relax and enjoy some time to oneself. I did not swim here. I think the waters in Seattle are to cold for swimming ant time of the year.

    Popular withAdventureLocalOutdoor
  • 3

    Kerry Park

    23 reviews

    One of the coolest parks in Seattle to take photos at. As they say, "on a clear day you can see forever". Puget Sound, Mt. Rainier, downtown Seattle, the Space Needle... Everything from this one little park!

    Popular withNightlifeLocalOutdoor
  • 4

    Pioneer Square

    30 reviews

    City life with bars, shops, restaurants, museums, stadium, etc. Lots of expensive parking garages, light rail runs through the area, homeless all around as well.

    Popular withHistoryBackpackersBudget
  • 5

    Green Lake Park

    23 reviews

    Located close to the cottage, a great 3 mile walk or run around the lake is a fantastic way to start or end a busy day in the city.

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesLocal
  • 6

    Discovery Park

    19 reviews

    Hiking, picnic, taking pictures, relaxing..

    Popular withBusinessOutdoorBackpackers
  • 7

    Golden Gardens Park

    15 reviews

    Here is a beach just outside the city passed Ballard and the Locks. There are hundreds of boats moored here and beyond that is the beach. You can cook out on the beach barbeques, swim, play games, or just lie out and catch some rays. It is a sweet little area that allows dogs on a leash or walk up ...

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesGreen
  • 8

    Olympic Sculpture Park

    17 reviews

    If you think of it as a museum, then you will be sorely disappointed. But as a park near the waterfront, this place is great. It is nice to come here when it is warm and sunny. But even better when it is a little cloudy and cooler (or windy). 70 degrees and a few clouds watching the action on ...

    Popular withDesignOutdoorWellness
  • 9

    Washington Park Arboretum

    10 reviews

    Another gem!

    Popular withOutdoorGreenSpiritual
  • 10

    Seward Park

    11 reviews

    Great place for the entire family, even the furry four footed variety! Lots of hiking trails, water to play in and playgrounds to expend some energy. Tucked away behind a residential area, this is definitely worth finding!

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesGreen
  • 11

    Volunteer Park

    9 reviews

    I didn't really explore the whole park. But I loved what I saw.. The park has a conservatory. I didn't really go in there because I didn't really feel like paying (only $4 for adults, though). An if you keep walking for about 2 minutes from it, you'll find an Asian Art Museum and a pretty view of the water ...

    Popular withFamilies
  • 12

    Lincoln Park

    6 reviews

    Beautiful sunsets from here!

    Popular withOutdoorFamilies
  • 13

    Myrtle Edwards Park

    4 reviews

    It is very nice to stroll or ride your bike through it. Or just sit on a bench and enjoy the water front :)

    Popular withOutdoorLocal
  • 14

    Cal Anderson Park

    4 reviews

    This park is great because it is compact. It can be explored with a casual walk, and then you can choose your territory. Play by the fountain, Sunbathe on the hillock, watch the kids in the kiddie play area or the wading pool. There are always games or practice on the play fields: basketball, softball, soccer, bicycle polo, or group ...

    Popular withOutdoorLGBTLocal
  • 15

    Japanese Garden

    4 reviews

    This is a beautiful and scenic Japanese Garden located at the Washington Arboretum. You have to pay admission to enter but it's worth it because the place is so beautiful. I really didn't expect so much nature on my little trip to Washington, but they have it in spades. The place is about 3.5 acres and it's serene. You tend ...

    Popular withLocalOutdoorFamilies
  • 16

    Waterfall Gardens

    3 reviews

    A nice get-away amongst the concrete buildings. This little garden is quite small but once you step inside, it doesn't feel like you're in the city. They have sitting areas where you can read, write or enjoy some coffee.

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 17

    West Point Lighthouse Discovery Park

    3 reviews

    Beautiful spot

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 18

    Magnuson Park

    3 reviews

    This is one of my favorite parks to visit during the summer. The park is large enough for BBQs, picnics and you can bring your own volleyball or badminton net to set up to play! It's right along the water so you have views of the lake and there is plenty of parking. There is also an off-leash dog area ...

    Popular withOutdoorLocal
  • 19

    Kubota Gardens

    2 reviews

    Beautiful gardens!

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 20

    Jefferson Park

    2 reviews

    A fabulous park with great views over the city. There are lots of activities for kids (and some spirited adults), including a couple of zip lines.

    Popular withBudgetOutdoorFamilies
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