Warren G. Magnuson Park
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.
Great park, there is a large variety of activities going on. The restored habitat is worth a trip alone, as there is plenty of space and wildlife to observe. The sports complex is great, both outdoor and indoor facilities. The dog park and Beach front are great and easy to access.
First time taking my pup to the dog park. Overall, it was an enjoyable experience with a great view. Really enjoyed the ability to have Indy off leash while walking to the dog park.
you will not come close to see what this place has to offer on one visit. explore a new area each time. some areas are still kind of no mans land but the city is improving it all the time.
Great facilities with lots of parking. Some days there is so much going on that their large amount of parking gets filled, but roadside is still available.
One if the best parks in Seattle, it has so much to offer and so many places. You can find privacy or head to the beach with Friends or even take your dog to the dog park.