Seattle Parks & Gardens
The Magnolia Playfield features tennis courts, a children's play area and more.
Greenwood Park in Seattle features a play area, open green space, picnic tables and more.
Prentis I. Frazier Park features a children's play area, benches and more.
The Belvedere Viewpoint offers a complete view of the downtown core. There is a totem pole located at this park as well.
Columbia Park in Seattle offers guests trails for hiking, biking and more.
Crown Hill Glen is a small park with a path running through it.
The Montlake Playfield offers visitors the use of ballfields, picnic tables, restrooms and more.
Wallingford Playfield in Seattle features recreational activities such as tennis and walking trails in addition to a children's wading pool and playground.
Froula Playground offers visitors tennis courts, a children's play area, a grass field and more.
Located on Lake Washington Boulevard, Denny Blaine Park features a beach and is pesticide free. Visitors should know that there are no life-guards on duty at this beach.
The Beacon Hill Playfield offers users basketball hoops, tennis courts, a wading pool and more.
Bayview Playground features a grass ballfield, basketball hoops, a child's play area and more.
Interlaken Park is a wooded park that features trails running thoughout, allowing for cycling, hiking and more.
Cesar Chavez Park is named for the champion of the rights of farm workers. Public artwork and trails are offered for visitors to enjoy.
Roanoke Park features a children's play area and picnic tables for visitors to avail themselves of.
The Madrona Playfield features a playground, tennis courts, restrooms and more.
Peppi's Playground offers a variety of playground apparati in addition to a wading pool and restrooms.
Featuring picnic tables, tennis courts, a child's play area and more.
Denny Park features the Central Offices of the Parks Department as well as pathways and picnic facilities.
The Pinehurst Playfield offers visitors a playground, picnic tables, restrooms and more.
Ross Playfield offers a children's play area, restrooms, picnic tables and more.
Dr. Jose Rizal Park offers an off-leash dog area, a children's playground, restrooms and more.
Thyme Patch Park offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy public art in addition to walking trails and paths.
The Miller Playfield offers a ballfield, wading pool, children's play area and more.
Located at one of the highest point in Seattle with an elevation of 513 feet, High Point Playfield includes tennis courts, restrooms, a children's play area and more.
The Olympic Sculpture Park allows visitors to experience art outdoors and features a cafe, picnic facilities and more.
Green Lake Park offers a 2.8-mile trail that runs throughout, picnic facilities and boating opportunities on Green Lake.
Sunset Hill Park in Seattle offers picnic tables and views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountain Range.
The Spruce St Mini-Park features a grassy bowl, playground, benches and more.
The Ballard Playfield offers facilities for soccer, baseball and softball. Loacted adjacent to the Ballard Community Center.
Ravenna Park consists a wooded ravine that connects two picnic areas. A wading pool, picnic tables, restrooms and more are available for visitors.
The Washington Park Arboretum is home to a variety of native trees and plants. Visitors are welcome to explore this living museum and educational programs are offered.
Parsons Garden features a number of flowers, green space and more.
Cascade Playground provides two children's play areas, restrooms, a picnic table and more.
Madison Park in Seattle features a beach, tennis courts, picnic tables and more.
Lawton Park offers a wooded area and a creek, as well as a children's play area.
The Martin Luther King Memorial Park features a granite sculpture inspired by King's "I've Been to the Mountaintop" speech, an oratory made the day before he was assassinated.
The View Ridge Playfield features a tetherball, softball field, basketball courts and more.
Me-Kwa-Mooks Park is a public green space that offers picnic tables, pathways and more.
Featuring an amalgam of Japanese culture and flora native to the Pacific Northwest, the Kubota Gardens offer visitors a creatively landscaped park to enjoy.
Alvin Larkins Park is named for a jazz musician and features park benches, picnic facilities and more.
The Stan Sayres Park features a boat launch that is used for the Seafair Hydroplane Races.
Seattle's Viretta Park is furnished with a number of blackberry bushes and a wooded area used for for walking and jogging.
Seattle's Victor Steinbrueck Park is located at Pike Place Market and features picnic tables and a view of Puget Sound.
Pritchard Island Beach is known as a swimming beach and also features restrooms, picnic tables and more.
Carkeek Park features an environmental learning center, a small vessel boat launch, picnic facilities and more.
In 1897 news of a gold rush in the Canadian Yukon reached Seattle. A flood of people journeyed North, and tens of thousands of people from across the United States and the world came to Seattle's commercial district. Purchasing millions of dollars worth of food, clothing, equipment, and animals, these entrepreneurs shaped Seattle into the Queen City of the Pacific Northwest as it is known today. The National Historic Park documents the period with a museum, programs, and events.
Gilman Playground is home to a wading pool, a children's play area, restrooms and more.
Ernst Park is located in Fremont and features sculpted concrete that doubles as seating for up to 200 people.
Laurelhurst Playfield features restrooms, a children's play area and tennis courts for visitors to enjoy.
Gas Works Park is known among kite enthusiasts for a good launching hill. The park also features a large sundial, restrooms and more.
Sixteen acre Hamilton Viewpoint is a park that offers a view of the Cascade Mountain Range and the Seattle Harbor.
Sturgus Park offers a hillside with walking paths that wend through the woods.
The Kiwanis Ravine is home to the largest Blue Heron nesting ground in the Seattle area. The birds can be seen in the nests from roughly February to the middle of summer every year.
Featuring two grass ballfields, Bar-S Playground is used by Little League teams.
Highland Park Playfield features a wading pool, picnic tables, tennis courts and more.
City Hall Park in Seattle was once a battlefield during the late 1800s and a drill area during World War II. Today the park boasts trails benches and more.
This watefront park features a bike rack, picnic facilities and a variety of native flora.
Golden Gardens Park in Seattle offers an off-leash area for dogs, picnic tables, beaches and more.
The Georgetown Playfield is comprised of lighted ballfields, basketball hoops, a wading pool and more.
Offering a waterfront view with picnic tables, the West Ewing Mini Park is located near to Seattle Pacific University.
Hitt's Hill was once home to the Hitt's Fireworks Factory, a local company that created pyrotechnic effects for the movie, "Gone With the Wind". Trails wind through this wooded park and offer views of Lake Washington and downtown Seattle.
Located on a street of the same name, Commodore Park features trails, restrooms, picnic shelters and more.
Pratt Park in Seattle offers basketball hoops, picnic tables, restrooms and more.
This large park stretches for roughly five blocks and offers an off-leash area, playgrounds, ball fields of all description and more.
Regrade Park features an off-leash area in the neighbourhood of Belltown in Seattle.
Flo Ware Park is a small Seattle park with a playground, picnic tables and some trees.
The Magnolia Park offers tennis courts, picnic tables, restrooms and more.
Fairmount Park is a small, 1.8 acre park near Alki in Seattle, WA.
Featuring a waterfront location, tidelands and a children's play area, Lowman Beach Park also offers tennis courts for public enjoyment.
Plymouth Pillars Park features an off-leash area, public art displays, benches and more.
Dr. Blanche Lavizzo Park is a small Seattle park that features an amphitheatre for summer concerts and live performances, restrooms, picnic tables and more.
The Washington Park Playfield features a creek, playground, picnic tables and more.
Seattle's Leschi Park features a waterfront location, tennis courts, restrooms and more.
The Cleveland Playfield features a football field, tennis courts and more. Named for Grover Cleveland, former US President who is also commemorated on the adjacent high school.
Thomas St Mini-Park is set amid the buistle of Bellevue and features a good spot for relaxing and enjoying the sights.
Mt Baker Park features a beach, tennis courts, a children's play area and more.
A creek runs through Lakeridge Park, which also features a children's play area and trails through the woods.
Louisa Boren Park offers visitors benches, a viewpoint and a pathway to use for jogging or walking.
Westlake Park features a fountain, public art, wireless Internet access and more.
Schmitz Preserve Park offers a creek, wooded areas and more for guests to enjoy while in Seattle.
The Seattle Peace Park was built by Dr. Floyd Schmoe, winner of the 1998 Hiroshima Peace Prize. With the $5000 prize, Dr. Schmoe cleared an area near the University of Washington, now home to a life-size bronze sculpture of Sadako Sasaki, a Japanese girl who survived the Hiroshima bombing only to succumb to radiation poisoning.
Seattle's Myrtle Edwards Park is located on the waterfront and features bike and pedestrian paths, picnic facilities and a view of Mount Rainier.
Lincoln Park features both lit and un-lit tennis courts, a wading pool and swimming pool, picnic facilities and more.
South Passage Point Park is a small park that features a waterfront location, a boat launch and picnic tables.
Woodland Park is located near to Seattle Woodland Park Zoo and features picnic tables, lawn bowling, tennis courts and more.
The Judkins Park And Playfield provides visitors with a children's play area, a wading pool and more.
Prefontaine Place features a fountain and can be found across the street from City Hall Park.
Bergen Place is convenient for shoppers or those taking in the sights of Ballard in Seattle.
The Maple Leaf Playfield offers a ballfield, a sandbox, children's play area and more.
The Duwamish Head Greenbelt consists of the forest around Alki Point and is one of the larger green spaces in the Seattle area.
Alki Beach Park is popular during the summer and features a bathhouse, picnic facilities and more.
Camp Long is located in West Seattle and features cabins in a forested environment, picnic areas and more. The cabins and a meeting space are available for rent.
The Ballard Commons Park features a skateboard bowl, public art displays, benches and more.
Buffering Capitol Hill from the I-5, the St Marks Greenbelt features a creek, walking paths, wooded areas and more.
The Hiawatha Playfield is complete with a wading pool, tennis courts, picnic tables, restrooms and more.
The Loyal Heights Playfield is home to a children's play area, picnic tables and restrooms.
South Lake Union Park is a 12-acre park that includes the Maritime Heritage Center.
Formerly North Seattle Park, Mineral Springs Park features a disc golf course, picnic tables, a wooded area and more.
The Queen Anne Bowl Playfield provoides visitors with access to a playground, tennis courts, restrooms and more.
Featuring a golf course, lawn bowling, tennis courts and more, Jefferson Park is popular with Seattleite sports enthusiasts.
The Colman Playfield is located at the old Colman School and features a bike trail, green space, picnic tables and more.
Weather Watch Park offers visitors public artwork in a small space; this park is roughly 135 feet long. Views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains are also available here.
Tilikum Place in Seattle features a life-size statue of Chief Seattle, the city's namesake. Public art and benches for relaxing are offered here.
The E Queen Anne Playfield is comprised of a wading pool, playground, picnic tables and more.
Fremont Canal Park provides visitors with picnic tables and pathways for jogging and walking. Located on Lake Washington's Ship Canal.
Seward Park in Seattle offers visitors 300 acres of forested area, a bike path, hiking trails and more.
Kinnear Park is home to picnic tables, tennis courts, a children's play area and more.
Belltown Cottage Park features three historic cottages that house writers taking part in the Richard Hugo House's Writer-in-Residence program.
Westcrest Park in Seattle features an off-leash area for dogs, restrooms, picnic tables and more.
Activities at Delridge Playfield include wading in the pool, tennis, picnicking and more.
Plum Tree Park features a children's play area in addition to a number of old telephone poles that have been turned into benches, tables and more.
Madrona Park is located on the shores of Lake Washington and features a children's play area, restrooms, trails through the woods and more.
The E.C. Hughes Playground in Seattle features a wading pool, picnic shelters, restrooms and a children's play area.
The University Playfield in Seattle features a playground, tennis courts, restrooms and more.
Terry Pettus Park is a waterfront park in Seattle that features shore access and a public floating area.
Trolley Hill Park offers picnic facilities, a play area and more.
T.T. Minor Playground features a children's play area, walking trails, a drinking fountain and more.
The Bloedel Reserve consists of 150 acres of second growth forest (84 acres) and altered landscapes, including various gardens, ponds and meadows. It is open to the public Wednesdays through Sundays, except federal holidays, from 10am to 4pm. Reservations are required, and tour guides are available for groups with prior arrangement.
Ward Springs Park is home to a playground, picnic tables and more.
Featuring tennis courts and a wading pool, the South Park Playfield also offers visitors the use of a playground and picnic tables.
Seattle's Fauntleroy Park features a creek that winds through a forested area. There are bike and hiking paths for visitors to use.
Benefit Playground features basketball hoops, picnic benches, a child's play area and more.
Once a source of mineral water in the area, Licton Springs Park today features picnic tables, trails and a concrete basin from which the springs flow out and into the Seattle sewer system.
Dahl Playfield offers basketball hoops, baseball fields, restrooms, a children's area and more.
Salmon Bay Park boasts a children's play area, restrooms, picnic tables and more.
Marymoor Park is home to an outdoor auditorium that hosts a variety of entertainment throughout the summer months.
A children's play area, restrooms and a large green space characterize this park.
Volunteer Park is located at the Seattle Asian Art Museum and features a bandstand, playground, picnic facilities and more.
Matthews Beach is the largest freshwater beach in Seattle and is used by swimmers in the area. Picnic tables are also available.
The fourth largest visitor's destination in the United States, Seattle Center has hosted numerous events. Visitors can enjoy 20 acres of landscaped parks, gardens, plazas, sculptures and fountains.
Located north of the University of Washington, Cowen Park offers tennis courts, picnic areas and barbeque pits.
Sam Smith Park features Blue Dog Pond (an off-leash area) and Urban Peace Circle, a sculpture that serves as a memorial to children who have been gunned down in the inner city.
Considered the largest greenbelt in the city of Seattle, the West Duwamish Greenbelt features habitat that is enjoyed by fox, bald eagles and other species, including humans.
Othello Park features basketball hoops, a playground, basketball courts and more.
Powell Barnett Park features a wading pool, picnic tables, restrooms and more.
Frink Park in Seattle features a creek and a heavily wooded ravine. Some paths run through this park.
Sandel Playground was designed with children in mind, and features a wading pool, picnic tables, restrooms and more.
The Fairmount Playfield is a pesticide free park and offers visitors a soccer pitch, a softball field and more.
Webster Playground features basketball hoops and a play area.
Warren G. Magnuson Park in Seattle is situated along a one-mile stretch of Lake Washington shoreline, and at 350-acres is the city's second largest park.
Seattle's Tashkent Park features picnic tables, benches, public art and more. Named for Tashkent in Uzbekistan, one of Seattle's International Sister Cities.
Rainier Beach Playfield offers the use of tennis courts, a playground and more.
Roxhill Park features picnic facilities, a playground and more.
Waterfront Park in Seattle features public art displays, picnic tables, restrooms and more.
Freeway Park is a downtown Seattle park that offers benches and wireless Internet access.
The Riverview Playfield offers restrooms, wooded areas, tennis courts and more.
Blake Island State Park is located eight miles from Seattle and is accessible only by private boats and tour boats. Open year-round for day use and camping, the park offers Indian-style dinners and Northwest Indian dancing demonstrations.
Bradner Gardens Park is located in southeast Seattle and features basketball hoops, a windmill, public art and more.
Rogers Playfield features tennis courts, a playground, restrooms and more.
Baker Park is a pesticide-free green space in Seattle.
Bryant Playground is used by basketball tennis enthusiasts and also features a children's play area.
Brighton Playfield provides visitors with tennis courts, a children's play area and more.
Colman Park features trails, a waterfront location and a wooded area.
Van Asselt Playfield offers a children's wading pool, a playground, tennis courts and more.
Featuring two ballfields, a sandbox and picnic tables, the Maplewood Playfield is located next to Maplewood Elementary School.
The Meadowbrook Playfield features a children's play area, trails, restrooms and more.
Albert Davis Park is located behind the Lake City Library in Seattle. Open from 4am to 11:30pm.
In addition to a wading pool and tennis courts, Soundview Playfield also features picnic tables and restrooms.
International Children's Park Seattle
The International Children's Park in Seattle can be found in the International District and features a bridge, slides and more.
Gasworks Park Seattle
Gasworks Park is located in Fremont and offers visitors 20 acres in which to walk, bike and jog. There is also a playground for the younger set.
Waterfall Gardens Seattle
The Waterfall Gardens in Seattle feature little in the way of grass, favoring concrete, wood and a number of waterfalls to create a calming place of respite in the city.
Seola Park Seattle
Seattle's Seola Park is roughly eight acres in size and features a viewpoint and a wooded area.
Occidental Square features wirelss Internet access, public art and a variety of paths for walking and jogging.
Spring St Mini-Park Seattle
Spring St Mini-Park offers a small playground and picnic tables for visitors to avail themselves of.
Pier 62 and 63 Seattle
Pier 62 and 63 was once home to a free concert series and today features a public art display.