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Seward Park, Seattle Overview

A 300-acre park, covering all of Bailey Peninsula and Lake Washington, the Seward Park boasts of 2.4-mile cycling and walking track, 120 acres of full-grown forest area, eagles nests, a theatre, a beach and an art studio. Seward Park is a haven for water lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. The park has boat launch options and is an urban refuge for exotic flora and fauna, including the only native oak in Washington State, Garry’s Oak. This park is a great spot, be it for picnics or an evening stroll or a beach day or just a casual play date with the kids.

Must Know Before You Visit Seward Park

Location : 5900 Lake Washington Blvd S Seattle, WA

Timings : Monday-Sunday- 6:00 am-10:00pm,

Main attractions : Seward Park-Audubon Centre, Mt. Baker Rowing and Sailing Center, Genesee Park and Playfield

Pet friendly : Yes

What’s nearby : Bellevue Botanical Gardens, Bellevue Arts Museum, Axis Pioneer Square

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