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MOUNGER POOL
Directions

 
Address: 2535 32nd Ave. W
Pool Information:
(206)684-4708

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CROSS STREET: 32nd Ave W & W Raye St

BY BUS

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BY CAR

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From I-5

  • Take the Mercer Street Exit
  • Turn left onto Fairview (heading South)
  • Turn right onto Denny Way (heading west)
  • Follow Denny, which turns into Western
    Ave, then becomes Elliott Ave and then 15th.
  • Exit right onto the Magnolia Bridge
  • Follow Garfield, which turns into Galer Street,
    then becomes Magnolia Blvd & then Clise Pl.
  • Stay right at the “Y” onto 32nd Ave W
  • Follow 32nd Ave for 0.2 miles (across from Albertsons)

From Ballard

  • Cross the Ballard Bridge (heading south) on 15th
  • Take the Dravus Street exit
  • Turn right onto W Dravus St (heading west)
  • Turn right on W Barrett St
  • Turn left on 32nd Ave W (heading south)
  • Follow 32nd Ave for 0.4 miles(across from Albertsons)

 
Updated January 25, 2007
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