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Oxbow Park

Oxbow Park/Georgetown’s neighborhood Park

The park enjoys a number of community uses including a small P-Patch. Over a ten year period and patient community effort resulted in first purchase of the property, the negotiation to move Hat & Boots, community design of beautiful park and finally construction.



From Downtown:

  1. Start on 4th Ave going south to E Marginal Way (3 mi)
  2. E Marginal Way to Corson Ave S turn left
  3. Go 3 blocks and P-Patch is on your left after S Warsaw St



6400 Corson Ave S
(Corson Ave S & S Eddy St) (Map)


Size: 5000 sq ft
Established: 2004
Number of plots: 23
Plot Size: 100 sq'
Average wait: less than 1 year
Ownership of land: Seattle Parks and Recreation


Oxbow Park, home of the Hat & Boots

Bus Routes

60, 174, 131, 134



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