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Warren G. Magnuson Park
7400 Sand Point Way NE
"Huge park with trails along the water. Bring your dog and you could spend all day here."
1247 15th Ave E
"Feel the burn in your legs as you climb the historic water tower and be rewarded with a beautiful 360 view of Seattle!"
Green Lake Park
7201 E Green Lake Dr N
"Scenic sunset. There are basketball courts, baseball diamonds, soccer fields, and tennis courts in the vicinity."
Discovery Park West Pt. Lighthouse
Lighthouse and Sewer Plant Parking
"Park and walk all the way out to the lighthouse. Get the lighthouse and Olympic Mountains in frame. You can take it from either side, depending on where the sun is. This is spectacular at sunset."
Hiram M. Chittenden Locks
3015 NW 54th St (Lake Washington Ship Canal)
"Great place for a lazy weekend stroll. Weekdays are quietest time to visit. Check out the Salmon ladder viewing. Parking on Ballard side is mostly metered. Limited free parking on the Magnolia side"
Discovery Park Bluff
"Head down the trail to the lighthouse, and if you're lucky, spot a seal on the buoy just off the shore. High tide days are my favorite for quiet beach walks, but some love low tide for shells"
Lost in Seattle
Created by Kate K187 items • 219 followers
Seattle's Best Great Outdoors - 2012
Created by Best of Foursquare10 items • 165 followers
Seattle's 400+ Parks [Part 2]
Created by James Wang200 items • 128 followers
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