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Dr. Blanche Lavizzo Park
Dr. Blanche Lavizzo Park is a narrow park that connects S Jackson St. and E Yesler Way. Its many oak, poplar, and other shade trees give the park a sense of seclusion even though there are houses and apartments on its east and west sides. The park also features a large grassy area with picnic tables and grills, a picnic shelter with fireplace, a long shelter house, a bricked open area with benches, and a small amphitheater used for free summertime concerts and plays.
Dr. Jose Rizal Park
On the west side of Beacon Hill, Dr. Jose Rizal Park has an amazing view of south Downtown and Elliott Bay. The park has a dog off-leash area at its north end, and picnic tables, restrooms, and a small play area for children to the south.
Don Armeni Boat Ramp
Located on Harbor Avenue and Maryland Street south of the Duwamish Head, Don Armeni is the most popular of Seattle's saltwater boat ramps. Don Armeni's close proximity to many favorite fishing spots on the south end of Marine Area 10 and the other south Marine Areas makes it a popular ramp for fishers during salmon season. Another attraction is the view. From across Elliott Bay the Seattle waterfront looks spectacular, making Don Armeni a popular spot for ceremonies, photographers, and sightseers.
Donnie Chin International Childrens Park
This park is a fun spot for play in the middle of the busy Chinatown neighborhood. In the center of the park, grass and sand form the yin-yang symbol. A bronze dragon sculpture created by artist Gerard Tsutakawa sits in the middle of this area. The sculpture is used as play equipment by children who frequent the park.
Duwamish Waterway Park
Quiet and secluded on the banks of the Duwamish waterway, this park offers benches and a large lawn area, complete with big trees for shade, a BBQ pit and picnic tables, and to top it off you can find views of ships using the waterway too.
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