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During our second visit to visit our son, we continue to explore all the local parks, especially those who have open spaces and off leash spaces for our canine friends. Magnuson Park fits the bill with several trails that meander throughout this 20 acre park...More
This was once a US Navy airfield called "Sandpoint", built on the edge of Lake Washington, an ideal place to test seaplanes. In the fifties, the base was turned into a park named for Washington Senator Warren Magnuson. Its a large park that's usually pretty...More
Some of my favorite times to visit Magnuson Park are in the fall and winter. Yes it can be raining and yes it can be cold but there are also some wonderful sunny days as well. But I love the visits in the not so...More
Ok, I only went because what is left of my boat is included in the display of submarine fairwater planes. I was highly satisfied. For everyone else, it's a huge park, with plenty of places to walk/jog/take your pet for a spin, which seems very...More
This is a great reuse of a naval (Osha) site that has a mix of living places, exhibit builings ( fun art fair every year) and a lot of beah and p-ark walks. I like the little beach thast is dog friendly so that your...More
Be sure to put on your walking shoes if you visit the park because the trails are extensive. We actually docked a boat and walked around for quite awhile. Lots of places to meander and very kid and dog friendly. Great for nature lovers.
If you are in the Seattle area and you have a dog, this is the nicest dog park we've ever seen. Large running areas with a half-mile, triple-wide path right to the lake. Off leash dogs are swimming and chasing balls and playing. This place...More
This is a great park on Lake Washington in the Sand Point area to visit.
It has picnic tables and picnic areas with barbecues in/at them, great views of the lake, frisbee and kites flying areas, nice paths-nature walks with informative displays of the wildlife...More