California Ave. SW and SW Hill St, Seattle
Sometimes called the Ferry & Hill Street Triangle, this space was once the terminus of a street car line from Spokane Street. It is named for adjacent California Ave SW and is located at the intersection of California Ave SW and SW Hill St.
5200 35th Ave. SW, Seattle
The 68 acre Camp Long Park features hiking, camping, cabins, rock climbing and education. The Camp Long Environmental Learning Center’s friendly and energetic staff run a wide variety of science based environmental education courses for school groups from preschool to 6th grade.
Lush forest, meadows, wetlands, creeks and beach, and extraordinary views of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains. In addition to housing an Environmental Learning Center, the park contains a picnic area, a salmon-themed play area, and the historic Piper Orchard.
34700 SE Sorenson, 98065, Snoqualmie
This five-acre park has a playground for ages from 5 to 12 years old plus basketball and tennis courts. The park also has restrooms, benches, one picnic table and a huge play field. Its perfect for family picnics or pick-up games of basketball.
733 West Snoqualmie River Road NE,
The Carnation Marsh Natural Area is a 67-acre portion of the greater 190 acres that make up the entire Carnation Marsh wetland system along the Snoqualmie River. Public access for passive recreation and educational uses.
6710 Cascade Avenue SE, Snoqualmie
Cascade Park contains great play equipment, including a slide. There are also park benches to rest on and relax on and a nice grassy area perfect for a picnic or a game of bocce ball.
16202 NE 40 Street, Redmond
This neighborhood park includes a children’s play area, tot lot, baseball/softball practice field, basketball half courts, picnic tables. Future plans include tennis court and two pickleball courts.
2711 Alaskan Way,
This park, formerly known as Elliott Bay Park, scenic green space and occasional seal and sea lion activity in Elliott Bay, it’s regarded as one of the premier waterfront parks in Seattle. It has over 4,000′ of shoreilne.
7114 Chanticleer Avenue SE, Snoqualmie
Chanticleer Park offers play equipment, including monkey bars and a slide, as well as a picnic table. It is surrounded by a large grassy area and is a perfect place for families to congregate at the end of a long day.
Richey Viewpoint runs parallel to Beach Drive SW roughly from Alki Point to 63rd Ave. SW, and includes Constellation Park and an area of Marine Reserve at the end of 63rd Ave. SW. There is a hand-carry boat ramp near the foot of the western stairway
Originally the entrance to Jefferson Park and so named Jefferson Blvd., it was renamed in 1914 by the Park Board to honor one of its members, E.C. Cheasty because of his efforts toward the establishment of a boulevard system.
Chinook Beach Park features a small beach area complete with driftwood and logs that have washed up along the shore. There is also a simple, long walking path along the beach, which offers spectacular views of Lake Washington
9600 SE 11th Street, Bellevue
Swimming, lifeguard on duty late June through Labor Day. Waterfront park featuring two picnic sites suitable for group events or weddings, dock, picnic & play areas, restrooms, disabled parking available.
Formerly NE 43rd St. Mini Park, this park was renamed in May of 1981. This tiny neighborhood park offers grassy areas to picnic on sunny days, as well as drinking fountains and public artwork, with half-court basketball and a bench.
Bordering on the south side of the King County Public Safety Building, this former battlefield is now a small walking and sitting space filled with grass,accomponied by small tables and chairs. Including a plaque and cannonballs from the battle of Seattl
Has small diamond with backstop and horseshoes. Includes two pieces of land – the old swimming pool site and a small park one block to the east. There is a fee to reserve and use the picnic shelter.