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  • Discovery Park

    1. Discovery Park

    Magnolia | Park (National/State/Provincial)

    You won't find more spectacular views of Puget Sound, the Cascades, and the Olympics. Located on Magnolia Bluff, northwest of Downtown, Seattle...Read More

    Discovery Park
  • Gas Works Park

    2. Gas Works Park

    Wallingford | Park (National/State/Provincial)

    Far from being an eyesore, the hulking remains of an old 1907 gas plant actually lends quirky character to the otherwise open, hilly, 20-acre...Read More

    Gas Works Park
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  • Kerry Park

    3. Kerry Park

    Queen Anne | Park/Playground

    While in Seattle, if the mood strikes you to "pop the question" (any question will do, really), you'll find the answer at Kerry Park. Famous...Read More

    Kerry Park
  • 4. Golden Gardens Park

    Ballard | Park (National/State/Provincial)

    The waters of Puget Sound may be bone-chillingly cold, but that doesn't stop folks from jumping in to cool off. Besides brave swimmers, who...Read More

  • 5. Kubota Garden

    Mt. Baker | Garden/Arboretum

    A serene 20 acres of streams, waterfalls, ponds, and rock outcroppings were created by Fujitaro Kubota, a 1907 emigrant from Japan. The gardens...Read More

  • 6. Lake Sammamish State Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    Due to Washington State budget cuts, a Discover Pass is now required at all state parks ($10 for the day or $30 for the year), which has made...Read More

  • 7. Marymoor Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    It's not just famous for its Marymoor Velodrome, the Pacific Northwest's sole cycling arena. This 640-acre park also has a 45-foot-high climbing...Read More

  • 8. Seward Park

    Mt. Baker | Park (National/State/Provincial)

    Seward Park, about 10 minutes southeast of Downtown, is a relatively undiscovered gem on the shores of Lake Washington. The 300-acre park includes...Read More

  • 9. Warren G. Magnuson Park

    Sand Point | Restaurant–Sight

    Also called Sand Point–Magnuson Park and most often simply Magnuson Park, this 350-acre park northeast of the University District was once an...Read More

  • 10. Volunteer Park and the Seattle Asian Art Museum

    Capitol Hill | Museum/Gallery

    Nestled among the grand homes of North Capitol Hill sits this 45-acre grassy expanse that's perfect for picnicking, sunbathing (or stomping...Read More

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