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Seward Park

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Malika
Malika
July 1, 2020
Visitors can enjoy a 2.4 mile bike and walking loop, an amphitheater, a native plant garden, an art studio, sheltered picnic areas, slightly more challenging hiking trails, a swimming beach, and more. It's recommended to go on a clear, sunny day to enjoy the view of the mountain.
Kensey
Kensey
February 2, 2020
Very beautiful park with a trail around the lake and more in the forest. Great view of Mt. Rainier!
Andrea & Lorenzo
Andrea & Lorenzo
January 20, 2020
Seward Park, located near the southend of Lake Washington, offers a swimming beach, children's play area, and a beautiful 2.5-mile walking loop.
Carla
Carla
January 17, 2020
lovely view of Mt Rainier, great place to walk, playground, old growth treed
Martha
Martha
January 17, 2020
Three-mile loop around the park provides a pleasant walk and great views of the area.

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Seattle, WA 98118