Information on:

Warren G. Magnuson Park

7400 Sand Point Way Northeast
206-684-4946

At Warren G. Magnuson Park, you'll find more than four miles of walking trails along the shores of Lake Washington, grassy fields, evergreen and deciduous trees and brush, and captivating public art installations. The park's "historic district" features more than 20 brick and metal structures built in the 1930s and 1940s. Formerly a military base, Magnuson Park has many landmarks and historical sites that prominently display Art Deco style architecture. Magnuson also has a huge variety of amenities and features such as sports fields, community garden, wetland habitat, trails, boat launch, community center, swimming beach, and more!

Discover a great urban park which includes pieces of Seattle's military past and eco-friendly future! Warren G. Magnuson Park sits on a splendid mile-long stretch of Lake Washington's shoreline in northeast Seattle. At 350 acres, it is Seattle's second largest park.



Reviews

Michael Pierce

Rating:
Tuesday, April 3, 2018
I've been going to Magnuson Park since the day it opened. Prior to that I used to maintain the grassy areas of the old Sand Point Naval Air Station when I was in high-school. As a park it is much better than it was as an airfield. Good dog run/play area that gets busy at the usual times. Don't let your dog swim in the 'no dogs' area or you'll be risking a BIG fine should you be caught. Do remember to pick up after your dog if they happen to do their business.

Paul Kalish

Rating:
Saturday, May 26, 2018
I took a kayaking class at this park. It was a great place to paddle out and spend an afternoon. It has a couple of small launching ramps (that I know of) and a rocky beach to depart from. Lake Washington is a great lake to paddle on from it also!

James Stack

Rating:
Sunday, May 27, 2018
Great and enormous city park with tons to do: playgrounds, swimming, boating, picnicking, etc. Still, I give it 4 stars instead of 5 for the following reasons: 1. For an enormous park, it's pretty hard to navigate and not well marked. Making plans to meet someone here can be challenging. 2. For an enormous park, there are relatively few running trails. Just a couple of quibbles really. It's a terrific (free) park so close to UW and the rest of the city.

Carsten Locke

Rating:
Thursday, March 29, 2018
This park is amazing. I've maybe visited for the off leash dog areas, but I've seen some of the rest and there's lots to do. As far as the off leash goes, there's a huge area with some trails including one that goes down to a beach area on Lake Washington. Here there is a very gentle slope for dogs to enter with shallow water so they can learn to go in. There's also a small dog area in case the big dogs get too rowdy.

Richard Rizk

Rating:
Sunday, March 11, 2018
This is the best place to go when your dog deserves to mingle with others. Very big and adventurous for your dog, your dog will get a great workout. Lots to do here. It is crowded on sunny days, but one can always find parking in one of the parks surrounding areas. Dogs are very happy here.

Warren G. Magnuson Park is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media