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Linden Orchard Park

 
Address: Linden Ave N & N 67th St, 98103 (Map It)
Seattle Parks and Recreation Information:
(206) 684-4075 | Contact Us TTY Phone: (206) 233-1509

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Seattle Parks and Recreation is grateful for the ongoing and dedicated support of Friends of Linden Orchard for Linden Orchard Park.

Volunteers in the Seattle parks put in many thousands of hours every year removing invasive plants, planting native plants, and doing other work that helps make our parks safe, attractive, and sustainable. Without them, we could not do what we do. If youd like to join Friends of Linden Orchard, please contact Prudence Kluckhohn at pckluckhohn@comcast.net for information about work parties and other events and activities.

Recent activities include: Friends of Linden Orchard Park was formerly the site of an apple orchard. Friends of Linden Orchards raised $100,000 for a $100,000 matching grant through the Pro-Park Levy in 2001. The group contributes 400 hours throughout the year for the upkeep of the park

For other volunteer opportunities and contact information, please see http://www.seattle.gov/parks/volunteers.default.htm.

We thank you!

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PARK FEATURES
  • Play Area
  • P-Patch Community Garden

HOURS

4 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.

ABOUT THE PARK

Linden Orchard was formerly the site of an apple orchard. This beautifully landscaped park includes a large lawn, a P-Patch community garden, new fruit trees, edible landscaping, a neighborhood gathering place with benches and a picnic table, interactive features for children's play, and an extraordinarily charming tool shed.

Acreage: 0.33

HISTORY

Parks acquired this parcel of open space in 2001 with funding from the Pro Parks Levy, King County Conservation Futures Tax, and the Washington State Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation program.

To learn more about Seattle Parks and Recreation, including historic landmarks, military base reuse, and the Sherwood History Files, view our Park History.

VOLUNTEER

In our large parks and recreation system, we could not do what we do without you.
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PROJECTS & PLANNING

Pro Parks Levy
- New park development









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