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Easily accessed, eco friendly design of multiple small parking lots, well marked and maintained trails and areas, awesome layout, inviting nooks in which to read/study/picnic/meditate, nicely connected to sports areas (baseball, kayaking, jungle gym, gift shop...) to meet all the family's needs. Also, Master gardeners...More
We just stopped for a short walk. Many different side trails to venture off. Very clean and well maintained trail. Just wish the road was a bit further away to reduce noise. Plan on going back when we have more time.
Despite it being Fall it was nonetheless a great place to visit. Ventured there with 3 generations! A Senior, a Son and a furry Grandson. All 3 enjoyed this peaceful, well maintained park! There was even a Totem pole to discover!
Gorgeous scenery, calm environment, peaceful and serene. It's a delight to visit in this day and age of stress, rush and technology. Just take a step back, put your phone away, and enjoy the beauty of nature and some fresh air.
We only spent about an hour here but we would've stayed longer if we had time! The fall colors were absolutely amazing- great place for a hike or picnic. Even just driving around the perimeter is worth it to see the beauty! We walked down...More
If you're like me in preferring transit it's easy to get to. There's a couple of different buses that run down 24th Ave E or E Madison St. When done you can head North to the university district/ West to Fremont/Ballard or South/West to get...More