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Blogs & Sites
Location: 9703 NE Juanita Drive, Kirkland, WA
Kirkland's Juanita Beach Park features beach access, picnic shelters and tables, grills, canoe and kayak rentals (June through August), a playground, a fishing area, tennis courts, and horsesho...
Location: 85 Pike Street, Room 500, Seattle, WA
It's a major tourist attraction, but locals (and local chefs) actually shop here, and the Market has avoided becoming a tourist trap in spite of the crush of visitors who come through in the su...
Location: 14445 Juanita Drive NE, Kenmore, WA
St Edward State Park is a wooded park on the northeast shore of Lake Washington features several easy hiking trails, meadows, and lake shoreline, as well as imposing brick buildings left over f...
Location: 8498 Seaview Place NW, Seattle, WA
On nice summer days Golden Gardens becomes one huge beach party. Families with kids like it because of its close-in parking and accessibility. It is also a popular spot for kayakers to p...
Location: 802 E Mukilteo Boulevard, Everett, WA
City dwellers can get a taste of farm life at The Animal Farm. Rabbits, ducks, pigs, goats, and ponies are on site and the farm offers educational programs during the summer. Party rentals are ...
Location: 7th Avenue W & W Highland Drive, Seattle, WA
Enter this quiet garden through the iron gate and feel like you've discovered a secret part of the city. This park, once a family garden, was donated to the City of Seattle in 1956 by the Parso...
Location: 32610 NE 32nd Street, Carnation, WA
Remlinger Farms, located about 40 minutes by car from Seattle, is a popular spring, summer, and fall farm destination for area families.
Most popular here is the farm's Country Fair...
Location: Seattle Center, Seattle, WA
Location: 3801 W Government Way, Seattle, WA
Seattle's largest park offers an interesting mix of domesticated and wild landscape. Smooth asphalt trails for walking and biking co-exist with unmowed grass, open meadows, and lots of birds, e...
Location: 602 N 87th Street, Seattle, WA
Greenwood Park, tucked into the Greenwood neighborhood just north of 85th, features native plantings, paths for biking and scootering, innovative playground equipment, picnic spaces, and...
Location: 202 Third Street, Kirkland, WA
Location: 228th Avenue SE and SE 24th Street, Issaquah, WA
This wooded park offers swimming, a boat launch, a fishing pier, two new play areas, a ball field, a basketball courtand picnic shelters.
Location: 4351 Palatine Avenue N, Seattle, WA
Fremont Peak Park is located on a steeply-sided promontory in upper Fremont and offers views of the city, the Olympic Mountains, and Puget Sound.