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Parks und Natur in Seattle

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“The best view of Seattle. On a clear day you can see Mt. Rainier behind the city skyline. ”
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Park
“A neat experience to see the old gas refinery infrastructure that is now a rustic playground with a great view of the cityscape as a backdrop!”
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Canal Lock
“Ballard locks link the Puget Sound with Lake Union and Lake Washington. Boats as large as 760 feet in length and as small as a kayak can travel through the locks. The locks are also a critical link for salmon and steelhead heading upstream to spawn. A fish ladder with 21 steps or “weirs” allows spawning fish to climb to the freshwater side. Young fish, or “smolts” then return down through the locks out to Puget Sound.”
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Andere tolle Restaurants mit Sitzmöglichkeiten im Freien
“You could spend days here walking the various trails and a picturesque lighthouse.”
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Beach
“Enjoy the breeze as you sit by the beach at this beautiful park. Walk, run, or bike the Burke-Gilman trail to get there”
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Skulpturengarten
“Cool outdoor, sculpture park. You can do it in the rain as well as sunshine. ”
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Nachbarschaft
“Green Lake is one of Seattle's most beloved parks. Its expanse of water and green space in the center of a dense urban neighborhood draws thousands of people daily from all over the city. The park serves as a natural preserve for hundreds of species of trees and plants, as well as numerous birds and waterfowl. The 2.8-mile path around the lake provides a perfect recreational spot for runners, bikers, skaters and walkers. Many others use the athletic fields or visit the park for boating, picnics and swimming. ”
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Park
“Walk up Olive Way, then north on Broadway and east on Aloha to Volunteer Park. Walk to the top of the water tower for the BEST VIEW in Seattle.”
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Spielplätze

Beach
“Enjoy the breeze as you sit by the beach at this beautiful park. Walk, run, or bike the Burke-Gilman trail to get there”
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Nachbarschaft
“Green Lake is one of Seattle's most beloved parks. Its expanse of water and green space in the center of a dense urban neighborhood draws thousands of people daily from all over the city. The park serves as a natural preserve for hundreds of species of trees and plants, as well as numerous birds and waterfowl. The 2.8-mile path around the lake provides a perfect recreational spot for runners, bikers, skaters and walkers. Many others use the athletic fields or visit the park for boating, picnics and swimming. ”
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Park
“Walk up Olive Way, then north on Broadway and east on Aloha to Volunteer Park. Walk to the top of the water tower for the BEST VIEW in Seattle.”
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Park
“fun neighborhood within 5 miles shops, restaurant, beach, bakeries, starbucks”
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Playground
“Great views of Seattle and Elliott Bay. Play structures and wide open spaces for the little ones.”
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Park
“One of the "smaller parks" in Seattle, this is always a great spot for a quick rest if you want to sit on some benches and look over the reflecting fountain and pool, or lay on a grassy hill. At this park you'll often find dog walkers and group games playing soccer/baseball/basketball/tennis/frisbee - people are more likely than not friendly, so join in! *Great to walk through if you are heading to the Link Light Rail Station RECOMMENDATION: Stop by "Dicks" and enjoy it at the park! DISTANCE FROM MY SPOT = .5miles ~8min to walk”
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Park
“Beautiful swimming beach on Lake Washington with a playground and woods to stroll in next to the Burke Gilman trail. ”
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Beach
“Views of mountains and sound, sit and watch the sailboats tack, listen to the seals and wade in the water. ”
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Strände

Beach
“Volleyball Nets, Fire Pits, Restaurants/Bars, Ice Cream, Coffee, Bike & Paddle Board Rentals, the BEST City and Mountain views!”
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Beach
“Enjoy the breeze as you sit by the beach at this beautiful park. Walk, run, or bike the Burke-Gilman trail to get there”
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Park
“The park is huge with tons of trails and if you walk al the way down to the water, the trail follows the shoreline. Epic sunsets during the summer. ”
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Park
“A large park with beach access and trails. Also nice to drive around and a lazy day.”
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Beach
“In the summer, experience the native Seattle scene! Beach people are my people. Take a lyft.”
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Park
“Myrtle Edwards Park in Seattle, Washington is a 4.8-acre public park along the Elliott Bay waterfront. It features a 1.25-mile long bicycle and walking path, beaches and is a good place to see eagles and seagulls.”
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Beach
“Beautiful views, volleyball, firepits, boardwalk, and great restaurants all in one spot.”
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Park
“Discovery Park is a 534 acre natural area park operated by the Seattle Parks and Recreation. It is the largest city park in Seattle, and occupies most of the former Fort Lawton site. The site is one of breathtaking majesty. Situated on Magnolia Bluff overlooking Puget Sound, Discovery Park offers spectacular view of both the Cascade and the Olympic Mountain ranges. The secluded site includes two miles of protected tidal beaches as well as open meadow lands, dramatic sea cliffs, forest groves, active sand dunes, thickets and streams. The role of Discovery Park is to provide an open space of quiet and tranquility away from the stress and activity of the city, a sanctuary for wildlife, as well ”
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Wanderwege

Park
“Myrtle Edwards Park in Seattle, Washington is a 4.8-acre public park along the Elliott Bay waterfront. It features a 1.25-mile long bicycle and walking path, beaches and is a good place to see eagles and seagulls.”
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Park
“Discovery Park is a 534 acre natural area park operated by the Seattle Parks and Recreation. It is the largest city park in Seattle, and occupies most of the former Fort Lawton site. The site is one of breathtaking majesty. Situated on Magnolia Bluff overlooking Puget Sound, Discovery Park offers spectacular view of both the Cascade and the Olympic Mountain ranges. The secluded site includes two miles of protected tidal beaches as well as open meadow lands, dramatic sea cliffs, forest groves, active sand dunes, thickets and streams. The role of Discovery Park is to provide an open space of quiet and tranquility away from the stress and activity of the city, a sanctuary for wildlife, as well ”
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Park
“The perfect short hike to get lost in nature while still in the city. You will feel immersed in the beauty that Washington state has to offer. Best of all it leads right over to Alki beach where you can walk along the water and possibly see some of our local sea critters! ”
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Wanderweg
“easily accessible, this pedestrian/bike only train runs north to south and expands 20 miles ”
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Park
“A close urban trail system for running, walking and hiking. Biking to the University of Washington may take you through here. It is just below Volunteer Park. ”
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Wanderweg
“Go to Arboretum to see the Japanese garden, tons of various plants, climatic zones, run, bike - or the best of it - walk right on the water among flowers, fisherman and kayakers passing you by”
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Park
“Discovery Park offers a wide range of activities from hiking to walking along a beach, to great views of the Puget Sound. Keep your eyes open for Bald Eagles flying along the sea cliffs. ”
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Wanderweg
“Look up the map to this trail great for walking, running and especially biking. It goes from beyond the beaches on Lake Washington at Magnuson Park (where there is an off leash dog park, boat ramps too) all the way to Ballard. It runs along a lot of water areas with stunning views of downtown and peaks into different neighborhoods. Start at Gas Works Park and follow the trail through Fremont to Ballard. Or go the opposite direction all the way to Magnuson Park!”
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