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Beautiful walk with grassy fields and a wonderful view of the water.
Beautiful in the summer. Trails are great for running or a casual hike
Such an amazing view of the water! Awesome beach.
There's a less-travelled to beach off one of the north trails
One of the best places for a trail run, hike, or a bike ride then head off to the North Beach Trail for a swim..
Gorgeous! Amazing views and great exercise.
Great place for a leisurely workout.
As of April 6, 2015 you need a permit to park down near Westpoint Lighthouse.
Here there be rabbits...
Wild rabbits roam the southern portion of of park. You've been warned.
Tons of trails and very close to home.
Walk the coast.
Walk the loop! It's got great views. If you don't have a dog with you, head downtown one of the beaches - it's gorgeous, and the trip adds about 30 flights of stairs to your excursion.
Amazing views. Walk the trails. Hit the beach at sunset.
Free apples if you can find the crab apple trees.
Sea glass everywhere
Walk on the beach and explore the shoreline at low tide: sea anemones, shells, driftwood, shore birds.
The trails, the bluffs, the water, the beach, the wildlife.
Beautiful but a bit smelly from the sewage treatment plant nearby
Fun park lots of trails to do. I still have a lot more to conquer
Although it can get pretty chilly, this park is rarely over-crowded and perfect for a romantic date!
Sweet mini-zipline in the play area nwar the Visitor Center
Great place to go for a run, have a picnic, enjoy the beach.
A must see when in Seattle. Do the Loop Trail.
Get lost and find your way back. Head out during low tide and explore the beach. If in season, salmon berries are delish (if you like it tart + sour).
Watch for sea otters!
You can see all kinds of birds to include a barred owl be the visitors center
We dare you to take the best possible picture of yourself with the Olympic Mountain behind you in the background, then find the closest active sand dune and try to build a sand castle.
The loop trail is hands down my favorite hike!
The coolest park in Seattle. Watch the sunset over the Olympics. Take a 3-mile loop hike that feels like you're in the rainforest. Head to the beach and lighthouse if you have time.
Sea otters hang out in the rocks along the north beach trail. If you're lucky, you might see them!
Hidden valley trail!
Little known fact about this park: During WWII it housed Italian prisoners of war. There was a controversial riot between African American prison guards and the Italian POWs.
2.8mi Loop Trail for a nice walk. Nicely kept park.
Great place for a walk or run! Beach is filled with life every step you take
There are wild bunnies in this park.
<3 The Tide Pools!!
Keep your eye out for bald eagles on the south beach trail. They like to hang out in the wooded area overlooking the sound.
In the summer, sit on a bluff and watch as all the cruise ships leave for Alaska between between 4 and 6pm
Favorite run: the loop trail
No real 'off leash' area for dogs.
Hike the loop trail.
Unexpected in-city hiking.
North beach trail is a must visit. Clear blue water and beautiful sunset.
The absolute best for hikes and picnics!