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At Taylor Avenue N and Newton Street, this park includes a viewpoint at the top overlooking Lake Union and the Cascade Mountains, and a grass meadow below.
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 North Beach is located on Lake Washington, at the intersection of East Lynn Street and 43rd Avenue East. The park is one block north of Madison Park swim beach. The park is a long relatively narrow strip of grass with a view of Lake Washington. The park slopes downward from the sidewalk to the lake and there is a swing set and several benches.
Madrona Briar Patch is a brushy walkway between Madrona Drive and Grand Avenue.
Madrona Park and Beach is located on the waterfront on Lake Washington. The park include a wooded hillside that slopes down to a grassy beach and swimming area, where lifeguards are on duty in the summer. It also features a jogging path along Lake Washington and picnic areas. Madrona Dance Studio is in the south part of the park.
Nestled in a dense residential neighborhood, this park and playground provide recreation space for the neighborhood and adjacent Madrona K-8 School. The shelter house is also well used by the community.
Named for the neighborhood and its madrona tree groves, this space is a small natural area close to Madrona Park.
Magnolia Boulevard is a long strip of green space that runs along the road that shares the name. Walk along this path for stunning views of the Puget Sound and territories!
Named for the neighborhood, this space is a natural area.
Magnolia Manor Park is located in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle, with entrances at 3500 28th Ave W.
Magnolia Park is on the Magnolia Bluff with a magnificent view of Puget Sound and many beautiful trees. A great place to picnic.
Magnolia Playfield stretches for several city blocks and includes or is adjacent to Magnolia Community Center, Blaine Elementary School and Mounger Pool. The playfields are well used for football, softball and soccer.
This park comprises the tidelands area below Magnolia Bluff.
It's a walk in the park--literally! At Warren G. Magnuson Park, you'll find more than four miles of walking trails along the shores of Lake Washington, grassy fields, evergreen and deciduous trees and brush, and captivating public art installations.
The 16 acres of park land will provides a neighborhood park for Northeast Seattle. The design theme "Wind, Waves and Wings" was inspired by a community vision.
This linear natural area at the south end of Beacon Hill includes about 15 acres of publicly owned property. It is the wooded hillside several blocks east of Cleveland High School, and just west of the historic Comet Lodge Cemetery.
This is a busy neighborhood park on a sunny day! There are two baseball fields with backstops, a play area with slides and climbing features, swings, whirl, large open green space, and complete with bathroom facilities.
This very cool neighborhood park features a mini-farm and garden, a very nice trickling stream, and there is a pathway that leads to a small grassy hill at the rear of the park that is perfect for listening to the sounds of trickling water and singing birds on a sunny day.
Right across the street from Parsons Garden, this tiny green oasis offers three benches, a friendly tree, and a view of the sound. The spot includes a memorial to Betty Bowen, a well-loved matron of the arts.
Martha Washington Park is a beautiful expanse of green lawn, trees, and waterfront - a great place to bring your picnic blanket and frisbee. On a clear day, you can catch a glimpse of Mount Rainier as you lounge under a tree and look out over Lake Washington.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Park is a four-and-a-half acre City of Seattle park on the east side of Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, between South Walker and South Bayview Streets. The park is designed around a black granite 'mountain' — a dramatic, thirty-foot sculpture inspired by the civil rights leader's "I've Been to the Mountaintop" speech, made the day before he was assassinated in 1968.
Marvin's Garden is a quiet oasis across the street from Bergen Place Park in Ballard. Its five benches on a stone-embedded concrete patio are surrounded by cedar trees, shrubbery, and flowers in planters. It is also the site of the red brick Ballard Centennial Bell Tower, created to hold the old Ballard City Hall bell at the site where the City Hall stood, and to mark the Ballard Avenue Historic District. Note the inlaid compass in the floor of the bell tower.
Matthews Beach is Seattle’s largest freshwater bathing beach.
Go three blocks east from the southeast corner of Rodgers Park to find this street-end knoll, cleverly converted into a tiny park. It has a central play area, with a drinking fountain and benches conveniently placed so you can watch your children climb, slide and crawl. (Excerpt from "Enjoying Seattle's Parks" by Brandt Morgan)
This is a green space along the road by the same name. McGilvra Blvd. was named to honor Judge J.J. McGilvra whose home site was on the lakeshore at Madison St., known then as "Laurel St.", which is now part of Madison Park.