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#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Shoreline
Nice trail above the park where there is a gorgeous open space for picnics, gatherings or just peacefully reading a book!
Great place to enjoy nature
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Shoreline
Boeing Creek Park has a little bit of everything - picnic spots, walking trails, a creek, a Hidden Lake, and, if you are up for an adventure, you can hike along the trails to the west and meet up with ball fields,...
Fun place to walk and take in nature at its finest.
Mount Baker Washington 5.2 km away
#149 of 1,044 Nature & Parks in Washington
Spectacular views of mountain peaks with snow, lakes, forest... Artist Point has a great parking lot with restrooms to park at and you can walk right out onto the snow.
If you have been to Glacier National Park in Montana and you liked it, you'll find this place equivalent.
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Green Lake Park Seattle 8.7 km away
#2 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Wonderful for people watching and a nice flat cardio workout with plenty of nature and beauty to enjoy within close access to the city feel.
Grab your bike, walking shoes, pet, beloved, friend, book, picnic, coffee….Green Lake Park is the place to go to relax and rejuvenate!
Richmond Beach Saltwater Park Seattle 3.0 km away
#35 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
The 188 stairs makes for a great workout site and a shout out to the park district.
From the park entrance to the lower parking lot, there is a stair climb of 188 steps.
Golden Gardens Park Seattle 8.4 km away
#9 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Loved watching the birds, walking along the beach, and enjoying the scenery and nature.
Things to do at Golden Gardens Park: The park has variety of landscape to offer and is just a perfect place to be on a sunny evening.
Edmonds Underwater Park Seattle 2.8 km away
#39 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
If you haven't had a chance to dive the Pacific Northwest, Edmonds underwater park is a great place to start.
Max depth in the park is about 50' and viz can be poor in the summer, but there are always interesting things to see.
Marina Beach Park Edmonds 6.5 km away
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Edmonds
Nice area for picnics, grassy area for kites, lovely view of Puget Sound, play area for kids, dog park for off-leash dogs, walking, boating, swimming, sand, sun, water....What more could you want??
Located on the water in Edmonds, Marina Beach Park is great for kids and adults and pets.It is ADA accessible and parking is easy and nearby convenient.
Carkeek Park Seattle 5.4 km away
#27 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Great place to have a secluded walk since it really is one of Seattle's best kept secret parks.
This is a great park and is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Hamlin Park Seattle 3.0 km away
#63 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Dunn Gardens Seattle 3.6 km away
#53 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Landover Woods Greenspace Seattle 2.9 km away
#101 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Woodland Park Zoo Seattle 9.8 km away
#15 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
We enjoyed touring the park which was beautifully landscaped with a variety of trees, shrubs and flowers.
I go to ZooTunes concerts at Woodland Park Zoo but before the concerts I always take in the penguins, elephants, giraffes, gorillas, bears, otters, and so many other animals.
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Hiram M. Chittenden Locks Seattle 10.7 km away
#3 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
The Locks remain an engineering triumph and cultural/historic resource at the same time (and major trivia here - Hiram Chittenden also built the iconic welcome arch at the entrance to Yellowstone National Park, as...
Fascinating for the engineer, nature lover, gardener and history lover!
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Burke-Gilman Trail Seattle 10.1 km away
#14 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
... communities to the north and east of Lake Washington to Seattle, passing through the University of Washington campus and the Fremont and Ballard neighborhoods on the way to Golden Gardens Park along Puget Sound.
You can go to amazing places , like Ballard locks , gas works , Uw district , Magnusson Park , kenmore and Juanita park/ beach.
Brackett's Landing South Edmonds 6.7 km away
#3 of 7 Nature & Parks in Edmonds
Start our Southerly walk at the ferry and meander through the park trail and enjoy the natural vegetation and stop at the beached boat sculpture for fun photo ops.
Walk from Marina Park all the way down Sunset Avenue, and back, note the public art (bronze seals, families, children in boat, etc) and watch the sun set over the Olympics.
Ballinger Park Mountlake Terrace 3.9 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Mountlake Terrace
Saint Edward State Park Kenmore 7.9 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Kenmore
There is nature viewing, a children's playground, a large lawn (where free concerts are held in the summer), a gymnasium, and a great hall that can be rented for special occasions.
So glad the Washington State Park and Recreation Commission had the foresight to purchase this jewel in 1977 before the developed learned of it!
Discovery Park Seattle 11.9 km away
#8 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Discovery Park has great trails for biking, hiking, dog walking, jogging, whale and bird watching; there are perfect hills and meadows for kite flying, grass sledding, picnicking; the beaches are excellent example...
This is a terrific oasis near the heart of Seattle; we stayed near Lake Washington and had easy access to the Discovery park for a day of exploring in the woods and along the seashore.
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Lake Union Seattle 12.0 km away
#10 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
We were at Lake Union often during our visit to Seattle.......some of our favs were Kenmore Air (we took a seaplane tour), the Ducks, and just sitting in Gas Works Park watching the other people enjoying the lake!!
Located in the heart of Seattle it provides great views of the space needle, house boats, gas works park, and so much more!
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Horizon View Park Lake Forest Park 5.3 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Lake Forest Park
Ravenna Park Seattle 6.9 km away
#37 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
This is a gorgeous and unspoiled park smack in one of the fave neighborhoods of Seattle.
Closest to being out in nature while still in the city.
Juanita Bay Park Kirkland 12.2 km away
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Kirkland
Thbis is the sweetest family park on all of Lake Wa except [erhaops Coulon/ Wonderful samdy, clean beach...play toys, volleyball, huge Pier to walk around.
This park has sheltered bays, and we often see a kingfisher, herons, ducks of all sorts, and have seen swans, too.
Gas Works Park Seattle 12.2 km away
#16 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Enjoyed the walk along the way and what a reward when we arrived at the park! Stunning views and a nice place to lay down in the soft grass and watch the clouds go by!
Awesome view of the city, it is mesmerizing the combination of industrial and nature together, take a tripod for better pictures
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Log Boom Park Kenmore 6.2 km away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Kenmore
This is a pretty park on the north shore of Lake Washington and offers much to all interests, from kayaking, taking pictures, walking out over the water on a LONG dock, swimming, fishing, and this area is accessib...
Washington Park Arboretum Seattle 13.6 km away
#4 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Close to the freeways and busy University District is this large beautiful park with extensive walking trails, water features and a large collection of trees and shrubs including rhododendrons, azaleas and hydrang...
The park offers many diverse plant species, many intertwining paths with lots of twists and turns to give privacy and solitude, and in the fall wonderful autumn colors.
Marina Park Kirkland 13.6 km away
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Kirkland
Excellent park Gazebo meeting place for about 30 of my close friends meeting under the Gazebo to pre-ride the Annual 7 Hills of Kirkland Bike Ride.
Anybody can have a good time at Marina Park, I walk my dog often here, we meet nice people everyday .Its a fabulous place for families as well, children okay endless games at the beach and learn about the birds th...
Kerry Park Seattle 14.2 km away
#1 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Every time I come to Seattle, I love to meander through the lovely Upper Queen Anne neighborhood and end up at this lovely, tiny park at around sunset to experience the terrific vistas of the city and Puget Sound.
Park along the unassuming street leading to Kerry Park and be prepared to shoot your ultimate unforgettable photo shots of the Seattle skyline and waterfront.
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Volunteer Park Conservatory Seattle 14.1 km away
#7 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
A lovely community park With incredible views and gorgeous plants and grounds, A nice, peaceful setting for a stroll or a family picnic!
The Volunteer Park Conservatory is a hidden treasure within the larger park near Seattle's Asian Art Museum - definitely also worth a visit.