Parks and Open Spaces
606 NW 76th St, Seattle
Originally a surplused Seattle City Light substation, this park is now a cozy neighborhood place to relax and play. Park features include a large lawn area, landscaping, paths, neighborhood gathering area, and interactive features for children’s play.
Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest
This wilderness covers over 394,000 acres in the Okanagon-Wenatchee and Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. It has more than 700 lakes and mountain ponds, rugged creeks, and open meadows. It can be accessed by 47 trailheads and 615 miles of trails.
8702 Seward Park Ave S, Seattle
This is one of Seattle Parks and Recreation’s launching sites for power boats. Located in a protected cove it has a wide ramp with plenty of dock space that can accommodate up to six launches and/or retrievals at a time.
This park with fabulous view of downtown Seattle has playgrounds, ball fields, a well-groomed open area perfect for Frisbee or kite flying. The Mountains to Sound trail runs through the park connecting to Seattle on the west.
6604 Azalea Way, 98065, Snoqualmie
This Park has a large field area, new play equipment with swings, a tower, slides and picnic tables. The picnic shelter can hold several picnic tables and the park connects to Snoqualmies trail system and to the Snoqualmie Valley Trail.
2702 NE Magnolia St, Issaquah
The park is fully fenced. At the entrance gate are two gates that allow better control of dogs entering and leaving the park. A gazebo with hanging flowers and benches provides a human resting area out of the sun and rain. By the park is a walking trail.