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Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own." - Charles Dickens

West Seattle

Lake Union Park 19
Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 25 May 2014

Lake Union Park is located in the heart of the city of Seattle, just in a twenty minute walk from Downtown or just in fifteen minute streetcar ride. This is a perfect urban 12-acre park which offers numerous recreational opportunities for its’ visitors.

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Riverview Playfield Park 05
Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 03 April 2014

Riverview Playfield is a big and comfortable park situated on the eastern end of West Seattle. The park features a great number of baseball, soccer and softball fields, which are situated one after another. The north part of the park offers nice walking trails. They are perfect for a morning run or a walk, offering views of the Cascades.

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Lincoln park 22
Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 20 February 2014

Lincoln Park is one of the most famous parks in West Seattle, which is situated on Puget Sound. The park isn’t only one of the most beautiful, but it is also one of the largest parks in Seattle. Visitors will enjoy the beauty of this area walking along the nicely paved walkway that stretches along the beach.

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Seacrest park 102
Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 10 January 2014

Seacrest Park is one of the parts of the chain of spaces for public spaces that stretches along West Seattle’s peninsular. The largest and the most well-known among these spaces is Alki Beach Park. All of these parts are connected by the walking paths and bicycle tracks.

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Belvedere Viewpoint 14
Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 20 November 2013

Belvedere Viewpoint Park is situated in West Seattle and gives an opportunity for visitors and tourists to enjoy the stunning view of Elliott Bay and downtown Seattle.

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Alki Beach Park 04
Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 20 November 2013

Alki Beach Park is the largest chain of places for public access that stretches along the water’s edge. The park stretches from Alki Point to Duwamish Head and offers two and a half miles of beaches. It is perfect for joggers, bicyclists, beach lovers and for those who love active recreation, for volleyball players, runners, walkers, etc.

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