Golden Gardens Park is located in Ballard, near Seattle, Washington. The park embraces swamplands, seashores, climbing trails and play areas.
Golden Gardens Park
Woodland Garden at Washington Park Arboretum
It is a shared venture of the University of Washington, the Seattle Parks and Recreation, and the nonprofit Arboretum Foundation.
Green Lake looks absolutely stunning in the fall when the leaves are in varying shades.
It is stretched along 2.8 miles in perimeter, with negligible altitude variation.
Green Lake Park
This park is extended over a 534-acre land on the shorelines of Puget Sound in the Magnolia vicinity of Seattle, Washington.
Inside the Seattle city bounds, Seward Park brags 300 acres of lovely forest area, which is homespun to eagles' nests, a 2.4 mile cycling and hiking alleyway.
The Olympic Sculpture Park, generated and wrought by the Seattle Art Museum, is a community park with latest sculptures in downtown Seattle.
The Park stretches along nine acres of beach.
Olympic Sculpture Park
Situated in West Seattle, Alki Beach landscapes an extensive beach, picnic tables, a sauna, an arty studio and a park. Most tourists visit to enjoy the beach, and dive into the cold waters of Puget Sound.
The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, or Ballard Locks, is a composite of locks at the west end of Salmon Bay in Seattle.
The locks were accomplished in 1911, and in 1931, by the Army Corps, who employed English to design the gardens.
Gas Works Park, stretched along 19.1 acres, may look trifling matched to other Seattle parks but hordes one of the serenest dens in Seattle.
Gas Works Park
Magnuson Park entails more than four miles of trails, sporting area, a public park and more.
Amongst the key things to see at Seattle's Olmsted park, Volunteer Park is situated in the core of Capitol Hill. The Park Conservatory and Seattle Asian Art Museum are positioned inside the park.