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Magnuson Park

Community Spirit

The Magnuson P-Patch is located within the Magnuson Community Garden, a four-acre site at Warren G Magnuson Park. Neighborhood volunteers have built the new community garden. It is a destination spot for the whole city, come stroll the amphitheater, children's garden, tranquil garden, native plant demonstration area, native plant nursery, and orchard. Visitors meander the pathways, stopping to talk to gardeners, take pictures, and watch the ducks that have taken up residence in the storm-water swale. With the community center located in the old brig it is a great location to have big event at.



From Downtown:

  1. Take I-5 North
  2. Take the 520 East exit towards Bellevue/Kirkland, exit #168B
  3. Take 520 East to the Montlake Blvd exit
  4. Turn Left on Montlake Blvd
  5. Continue on Montlake (curves east, becoming NE 45th St and eventually Sand Point Way NE)
  6. Continue on Sand Point Way, turn right at NE 74th St
  7. Go straight into Warren G. Magnuson Park, the P-Patch will be on the left



7400 Sand Point Way NE
(Sand Point Way NE & NE 70th St, Inside Park Grounds) (Map)


Size: 3 acres
Originally Established: 1977 Moved and rebuilt at Magnuson Park: 2002
Number of plots: 128
Plot Sizes: 400, 200 & 100 square feet
Average wait: 1 1/2 years
Ownership of land: Seattle Parks & Recreation


Raised bed gardens available

Bus Routes

74, 75


Visit Magnuson P-Patch Web Site: Learn about work parties, giving garden efforts, and more.

Visit Magnuson Garden Web Site

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