Warren G. Magnuson Park is located on a mile-long stretch of Lake Washington shoreline in northeastern Seattle, in the Sand Point neighborhood. At 350 acres, it is Seattle's second largest park. The former Navy facility is home to recreation and leisure-boating, swimming, walks, kite flying, sports fields, natural areas, and a community campus. The park hosts many opportunities for activities and venues for public use. While visiting the park enjoy a wide range of arts, from outdoor art installations (both permanent and temporary) and art exhibitions to theater and dance.