Restrooms Drinking fountains Play Area Swimming Beaches Tennis Courts Views



Madison Park is a lovely grassy park on the shores of Lake Washington, south of the Evergreen Point Bridge. The park features a bathhouse and swimming beach that is patrolled by lifeguards during the summer.

Madison Park residents work hard to make their neighborhood quiet, friendly, and relaxed. Their grassy park slopes down to a 400-foot beach, with cement steps on the north and a short sandy portion on the south near a tall apartment building. The beach includes a bathhouse with restrooms, bike rack, and well-placed benches for parents to keep an eye on the children. There are some quaint shopping and restaurants right across the street. Swings and play equipment, baby swings, climbing features, big tall trees, new and well-kept equipment, two tennis courts, large lawn area, sand swimming beach w/ lifeguard chairs, two benches, and big grassy slope to lounge on. The park offers a beautiful view to the East of the floating bridge and the Cascades beyond.

Swimming Beach - Closed for 2017

Closed for 2017. See you next summer!

One of the most popular swimming beaches in Seattle, Madison Beach has a grassy area where sunbathers can relax and enjoy a stunning view of Lake Washington. Amenities include a play area for children, a swimming raft, a diving board and lifeguards on duty in the summer. Parking is available at the beach.