Seattle Parks and Recreation Information:
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ABOUT THE PARK
40 wet moorage slips ranging in size from 20ft to 60ft. Water is available at no charge, and 20 and 30 amp power is available for an additional fee. Guest moorage is available on a limited basis.
In a 1910 resolution, the Park Board agreed to maintain a public boat house between Mt. Baker and Seward Parks in consideration of a deed to 2000ft. of waterfront between Trotter’s Point and Bailey Peninsula. In 1931 there was an unsuccessful attempt to move the “unsightly and noisy” boathouse to Seward cove north of Bathhouse.
To learn more about Seattle Parks and Recreation, including historic landmarks, military base reuse, and the Sherwood History Files, view our Park History.
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