Parks and Recreation
Seattle Parks and Recreation manages 27 communities centers throughout the city, five environmental learning centers, two boating centers, an indoor tennis center and a performing arts center.
Seattle Parks and Recreation has eight indoor pools, two outdoor pools, eight beaches and wading pools throughout the city.
There are 26 beautiful parks located in Seattle that can be reserved from April 1st to October 31st.
Seattle parks and gardens make lovely and inexpensive venues for your special day.
P-Patch Community Gardens spring from the desire of neighborhoods to make connections and improve their surroundings through stewardship. All P-Patch Community Gardens are open to the public to enjoy.
Seattle Parks and Recreation offers a wide variety of classes and activities in your neighborhood. Browse our online registration system, SPARC, to find activities and register online.
At designated off-leash areas, dogs are free to run, roll over, meet new friends, work out, play and socialize.