Parks and Gardens

Myrtle Edwards Park

Myrtle Edwards Park is located along the Seattle waterfront, north of downtown and south of the Magnolia neighborhood. It has 1.25 miles of winding bike and pedestrian paths along Elliott Bay. The park offers picnic tables, a fishing pier, picnic areas and Seattle waterfront views of Puget Sound.

The park was named for Myrtle Edwards, a longtime City Councilmember who was a tireless champion of Seattle parks and natural preservation.

The adjacent Olympic Sculpture Park is an 8.5-acre green space where people can experience art outdoors.

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Myrtle Edwards Park