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Jackson Park

Jackson Park P-Patch

The Jackson Park community garden, just south of the golf course, sits atop a beautiful ridge overlooking Thorton Creek and a long stretch of "green belt." A huge stand of second growth forest is home to many creatures: coyotes, bald eagles, hawks, woodpeckers, and maybe a beaver below on the creek. Year round the garden is a quiet sanctuary for sentient beings of all kinds.



From Downtown:

  1. Take I-5 North
  2. Take Exit #174 at 130th St towards Roosevelt Way
  3. Continue on 5th Ave NE
  4. Turn Right on Roosevelt Way
  5. Turn Left on 10th Ave NE to P-Patch at 133rd St 


13049 10th Ave NE
(10th Ave NE & NE 133rd) (Map)


Size: 14,100 sq ft
Established: 1974
Number of plots: 51
Plot size: 100-400 sq'
Average wait: 1 year
Ownership of land: Seattle Parks Dept.


Year round gardening

Bus Routes

73, 77



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