Great spot to catch a sunset.
Great hike, beautiful views and lots to do - playgrounds, picnic areas, beach, meadows. Good place to spend a day!
Walking on the trail.
Family fun on the beach
Does that say toxic clams?
Great train watching
The squirrels here are quite well fed
Checkout where the Salmon run the river!!
One of the more underrated parks in Seattle. Nice beach suitable for flying kites.
Sunsets are lovely
Stand on the bridge while a train goes under it!
Great hiking trails
Careful... Have noticed mid to late 30's blondish white male + glasses exhibiting stalking-like behaviors on more than one occasion. Today, Sept 1st, was wearing dark blue t-shirt w light shorts
Great place to reserve tables for a party!! Warn your guests that parking is unobtanuim!!
The tide pools and sunsets are spectacular!
There is a nice playground for kids, a picnic area, the beach, and Alaskan Way Railroad - children love to watch trains crossing by. Also there are many frains for hiking and riding a bisycle.
Don't forget to hike up to the viewpoint on the southwest side of the park for an amazing view of the sound. There are also caves that are said to be in a secret area of the park.
The North Bluff Trail has the best views. Try it!
Favorite run: beginning near the entrance off 100th Pl, along the canal all the way to the sound, then up the bluff, and back
Stand on the overpass as a train passes underneath.
Don't breathe in too deep if you are walking past the sewage treatment plant.
Watch out for the speed trap at the bottom of the hill!
Take a walk on the beach.
Great play area for tots and playground for older kids.
Love this park, it's my new hiking spot. The trails are great, the views are amazing, there's a beach and a train that passes by every once in a while.
forest, waterfront, and wetlands - all in one place.
Beautiful park! If you go around sunset the train runs under the bridge so you can watch from above :D
Go to Carkeek Park at low tide and explore the tide pools!
Hike the trails and skip rocks on the beach
hike up the trail that goes to the right of the main parking.