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Covering an area of around 534 acres, the Discovery Park is the largest in Seattle. At Discovery Park, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Cascades and the Olympic mountain ranges. In its premises, the park has a wildlife sanctuary, forest groves, a tidal beach, where one can spend hours birdwatching and large open spaces for kids to run around. One can have a pleasant stroll around the walking trail that runs for 2.8 miles, connecting other walking trails in the city. Birdwatching at this park is a must, as the Seattle Audubon Society has created a list of more than 250 birds to look out for, at the park.
Discovery Park also has an area dedicated solely for kids with picnic tables, a zip line, and a host of other activities to keep the kids entertained. Do not give the West Point Lighthouse a miss, as it promises to offer a sublime experience.
Pet friendly : Yes
Location : 3801 Discovery Park Blvd, Seattle, WA 98199
Timings : Monday-Sunday- 4:00am-8:00pm.
Wheelchair accessibility : Yes
Main attractions : West Point Lighthouse, birdwatching, Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center.
What’s nearby : Axis Pioneer Square, Alki Point and Beach, Bainbridge Vineyards, Bellevue Arts Museum
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