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Warren G. Magnuson

Warren G. Magnuson Park
Directions

 
Warren G. Magnuson Park Information: (206)684-4946
Park Address: 7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115 > directions
Administrative Office Visiting Address: 6310 NE 74th St, bldg 30 southeast offices
Administrative Office Mail: 6310 NE 74th St., Suite 109E, Seattle, WA 98115

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BY BUS

Metro bus routes 30, 74 and 75 serve the park along Sand Point Way N.E. Connections are in the University District (Routes 74 and 75) and Northgate (Route 75).

 » For schedules and route maps, View the Metro web site:
metro.kingcounty.gov/tops/bus/neighborhoods/sand_point.html This link will take you off the City of Seattle Web Site.


BY BICYCLE

The Burke-Gilman Trail is approximately ¼ mile west of Warren G. Magnuson Park. With a traffic signal and crosswalks, the N.E. 65th Street crossing is the safest point to enter the park. Once on the east side of Sand Point Way N.E. bicyclists can continue either east along N.E. 65th Street, or north along 62nd Avenue N.E.

Please note that bicycle riding is limited to paved surfaces within Warren G. Magnuson Park. There are no designated bike trails in the park.

» See Burke-Gilman trail map
» More about Biking at Warren G. Magnuson Park


BY CAR

From Interstate 5 you can exit at either N.E. 45th Street (Exit #169) or N.E. 65th Street (Exit #171).

From the N.E. 45th Street exit, go east on 45th, past the University of Washington, and down the 45th Street ramp. Continue east past University Village Shopping Center. Bear left and continue about 2 miles. You will pass Seattle Children’s Hospital and Sand Point Village/Princeton Avenue.

From the I-5 N.E. 65th Street exit, head east approximately four miles on 65th (stay on the arterial!) until you have crossed Sand Point Way N.E. into the N.E. 65th Street entrance to Warren G. Magnuson Park.

From State Route 520 (SR520):

  • Take the Montlake Boulevard exit (north) and continue north about 1 mile.
  • Bear to the right as Montlake Boulevard becomes NE 45th Street, continue past University Village Shopping Center.
  • Continue east through the NE 45th/Union Bay Place intersection. As the street bears to the left and north, it then becomes Sand Point Way NE.
  • Continue on Sand Point Way NE about 2 miles, you will pass Seattle Children’s Hospital and Sand Point Village/Princeton Avenue.

From Interstate 90 (I-90):

  • Take Interstate 5 north about and continue about 4.5 miles to Exit #169, NE 45th Street.
  • At the stoplight, turn right onto NE 45th Street and continue east about 1.5 miles, passing the University of Washington campus and heading down a steep hill.
  • At the bottom of the hill, turn left at the stoplight and continue east on NE 45th Street.
  • NE 45th Street will bear left and become Sand Point Way NE.
  • Continue on Sand Point Way NE about 2 miles, you will pass Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center and Sand Point Village/Princeton Avenue.

For driving directions from your location, try www.maps.google.com This link will take you off the City of Seattle Web Site. or www.bing.com/maps This link will take you off the City of Seattle Web Site., enter your starting address and enter the intersection:
Sand Point Way NE and NE 74th St
Seattle, WA 98115

Parking:

Parking lot and parallel parking in designated areas (65th). Very large parking lot (77th).

BY TRUCK

Due to an under-height building (only 13-feet high) at the N.E. 74th Street gate, delivery trucks should enter through the N.E. 65th Street entrance. Heading east on N.E. 65th trucks can then turn at the second street on the left (known as Sportsfield Drive NE) and head to the Historic District.


 
Updated February 17, 2012

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