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ABOUT THE PARK
Did you know that when I-5 was constructed it essentially created a dividing line between the Eastlake and Capitol Hill neighborhoods. Over the years, trash, weeds and transients took over the area underneath the freeway. Now with the I-5 Colonnade mountain bike skills park, the area is cleaned up and inviting. Residents from the once separated neighborhoods are able to the take the trails under the freeway to visit shops and restaurants that they used to need a car to get too. Visit the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance website to learn more about the park and the club.Acreage: 7.5
This park opened in December 2005, thanks to funding from the Pro Parks Levy.
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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PROJECTS & PLANNING
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