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Extremely disappointed!! Myself my 4 yr old and my 8 month, wanted to enjoy the beach. Park is closed on mondays! I had no idea. Unable to get a beach pass.
Called Seattle recreation and the guy I spoke to was very rude and blunt....More
Oh my what a tranquil place to visit. My cousin told me about this place beacause I was asking him about some places for a nice hike, so he said well I'll take you to a nice park you'll enjoy. When we pulled up it...More
Took a group of 20 students there on a walking tour, and we had a pretty good time. The lighthouse and the beach are both pretty and so peaceful. The kids loved walking on the beach and skipping rocks on the water.
The park is lovely, so much nature :) there are several trails to take and one can get a good hike of 3 miles or more! The view of both north and south beaches is incredible. This park is a lovely place to go if...More
Discovery Park is a large and beautiful park with lots of space for running, biking, strolling, letting the pups run, and getting a mini hike on. lovely glimpse into the nature that the PNW can provide you. even has some beach/coast views. great place to...More
Discovery Park is a 534-acre park on the shores of Puget Sound in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. It is the city's largest public park and contains 11.81 miles of walking trails.
If you have disabled people with you, be sure to stop at...More
This is a real gem and I love coming here with family friends. Within minutes you forget how close to the city you are as you are surrounded by lush greenery and wilderness with well maintained paths. We love hiking down to the beach, especially...More
This park has trails following the shoreline giving beautiful views across the water to the Olympic Mountains in the distance. The trail leads out to Discovery Point with an abandoned lighthouse which is very photogenic. On our trip we saw seals in the water and...More
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Yup, lots of parking, but it's a ways to the beach if you are interested in that. Also, right when you get to the beach there is a sign that says NO DOGS, which is a bummer if you have one. However, I have noticed that there... More
Yup, lots of parking, but it's a ways to the beach if you are interested in that. Also, right when you get to the beach there is a sign that says NO DOGS, which is a bummer if you have one. However, I have noticed that there are always dogs on the beach anyways.