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Deception Pass State Park Oak Harbor
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Oak Harbor
We have thoroughly enjoyed this gorgeous State Park that rivals both Glacier and Yosemite in it's beauty! 2 days of hiking and a boat tour that was as good as those we had in Alaska have convinced us that we will...
Amazing scenery, hiking opportunities, and a sandy lake swim beach.A variety of campsites from walk-in to full hook-ups.Be prepared this park fills up fast, so plan ahead and make reservations early(6 mo. in advan...
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Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve Coupeville
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Coupeville
Suddenly you are taken to a little park where you can climb a bluff heading into the setting sun and end up on a lovely rocky beach studded with agates and shimmering waves.
This is a great spot for hikers but also for those who just want to spend a moment with beautiful views and commune with nature.
Fort Casey State Park Coupeville
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Coupeville
A Wonderful Park and Beach for the history buff and Nature Lover and beach walker..
This historical park is lovely with sweeping views of Admiralty Inlet and beyond to Port Townsend and the stupendous Olympic Mountains.
Burke-Gilman Trail Seattle 17.0 km away
#14 of 123 Nature & Parks in Seattle
... communities to the north and east of Lake Washington to Seattle, passing through the University of Washington campus and the Fremont and Ballard neighborhoods on the way to Golden Gardens Park along Puget Sound.
You can go to amazing places , like Ballard locks , gas works , Uw district , Magnusson Park , kenmore and Juanita park/ beach.
Mukilteo Lighthouse Park Mukilteo 7.1 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Mukilteo
the views from this spot are amazing as the Whitby Island ferry dock is adjacent to the park which can make it tricky to get in/out of the PAY parking in this area if you time your trip with a ferry arriving.
Fun park with a great brewery for lunch and nice views from the lighthouse and water area.
Marina Beach Park Edmonds 12.1 km away
#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in Edmonds
Located on the water in Edmonds, Marina Beach Park is great for kids and adults and pets.It is ADA accessible and parking is easy and nearby convenient.
Great park with outstanding views.
Lavender Wind Farm Coupeville
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Coupeville
Nature at It's Finest
Mount Baker Washington 13.7 km away
#156 of 1 099 Nature & Parks in Washington
Spectacular views of mountain peaks with snow, lakes, forest... Artist Point has a great parking lot with restrooms to park at and you can walk right out onto the snow.
If one is a nature lover, forget Pike's Place and lining up outside the world's first Starbucks and head to this amazing drive that leads you to a wonderful parking place high on the mountains .
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Golden Gardens Park Seattle 24.7 km away
#10 of 123 Nature & Parks in Seattle
When we want to relax, we drive along the end of 45th Street in Ballard, (North Seattle) which turns north and follows the shoreline, passing marinas and launch sites, ending in a park with sandy beach and nature...
Loved watching the birds, walking along the beach, and enjoying the scenery and nature.
Legion Park Everett 17.7 km away
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Everett
We enjoyed our walk in the Park, the information boards are excellent: Information about the history, as well as the osprey population.
We took the time to explore the park (it was a gorgeous day) and we so pleased with the way it has withstood all efforts to make it less than it is.
Bloedel Reserve Bainbridge Island 26.0 km away
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Bainbridge Island
Awesome views, a dream of a story behind this nature reserve - the property, home, Japanese guest home, gift shop, helpful volunteers, breathtaking views, places along the amazing trails to meditate, snap photos,...
Throw in a gorgeous home, a reflecting lake, a view of the Sound, a Japanese garden, a moss garden, a few easy hills, and this nature walk is quite diverse and lovely.
Double Bluff County Park Freeland
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Freeland
The various driftwood forts are one of our favorite features of this beach and park.
You get miles of beach and an off leash dog park that is probably one of the best in the state.
Double Bluff Beach Freeland
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Freeland
Great beach and park
Best Dog Park
Saint Edward State Park Kenmore 22.9 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Kenmore
There is nature viewing, a children's playground, a large lawn (where free concerts are held in the summer), a gymnasium, and a great hall that can be rented for special occasions.
So glad the Washington State Park and Recreation Commission had the foresight to purchase this jewel in 1977 before the developed learned of it!
Earth Sanctuary Langley
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Langley
It is a most beautiful nature preserve with so many hidden gems throughout, like a labyrinth, stone circles, mountain viewing spots, etc. the wildlife is thriving and it is all stunningly peaceful.
Earth Sanctuary is rewarding for meditators, nature lovers, and those who seek silence, solitude, and the divine (whatever your interpretation).
Grand Avenue Park Everett 17.1 km away
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Everett
It's also a great place to park you car, and begin a walk north on beautiful Grand Avenue and enjoy some of the historic homes.
Its a beautiful park with old trees as well.
Meerkerk Rhododendron Gardens Greenbank
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Greenbank
Beautiful in the spring when all the rhododendrons are in bloom but also any time where you want some serenity amongst the trees and nature.
Wonderful Private Park
Brackett's Landing South Edmonds 11.5 km away
#2 of 11 Nature & Parks in Edmonds
Start our Southerly walk at the ferry and meander through the park trail and enjoy the natural vegetation and stop at the beached boat sculpture for fun photo ops.
Walk from Marina Park all the way down Sunset Avenue, and back, note the public art (bronze seals, families, children in boat, etc) and watch the sun set over the Olympics.
Green Lake Park Seattle 26.4 km away
#2 of 123 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Wonderful for people watching and a nice flat cardio workout with plenty of nature and beauty to enjoy within close access to the city feel.
The Emerald City's Green Lake Park is a lovely place to take walk, jog, sail, fish, ride a bike, swim, or have a picnic.
Meadowdale Beach Park Edmonds 8.3 km away
#3 of 11 Nature & Parks in Edmonds
Meadowdale Beach Park provides a wonderful walk in nature, is dog friendly and at certain times you can access the beach.
Lovely park, very popular amount families and exercise enthusiasts looking for a quick run or walk.
Howarth Park Everett 12.1 km away
#3 of 10 Nature & Parks in Everett
If you park in the north parking lot, you get the pleasure of walking through the forest a short ways, and crossing a sweet little creek.
Howarth Park is a gem in Everett that's tucked away in a mid-century neighborhood.
Joseph Whidbey State Park Oak Harbor
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Oak Harbor
This is a quiet park with great views of the Straits of Juan de Fuca and some nice trails, open and tree lined.
My wife and I just took a beautiful and peaceful walk from the beach near the entrance to Joseph Whidbey State Park north to the edge of Rocky Point.
Carkeek Park Seattle 22.6 km away
#25 of 123 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Great place to have a secluded walk since it really is one of Seattle's best kept secret parks.
This is a great park and is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Kitsap Memorial State Park Poulsbo 22.2 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Poulsbo
This park has a gorgeous venue for weddings/reunions with a large log cabin and meeting lodge built in the 1930's with the kind of craftsmanship and charm that stands the test of time.
We came to the park for a wedding and we were blown away by the amazing views and natural beauty.
Heronswood Garden Kingston 15.8 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Kingston
I did the responsible thing, I got there early, lined up behind four other cars so that I was making a right into the place when it opened and made sure I didn't block someones driveway or park on their property. .
Richmond Beach Community Park Shoreline 15.8 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Shoreline
Nice trail above the park where there is a gorgeous open space for picnics, gatherings or just peacefully reading a book!
Lovely park with great views
Fay Bainbridge Park Bainbridge Island 25.1 km away
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Bainbridge Island
We love Fay Bainbridge park! Easy access, tons of parking, spectacular views and just a lovely beach!
Bainbridge island is beautiful and the park is just one more of many excellent destinations on the island.
Camano Island State Park Camano Island 25.3 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Camano Island
One of most beautiful parks in Washington Great hiking and camping Well cared for by Rangers and volunteers
Beautiful beaches and park! Photo-ops abound here, especially the golden autumn foliage in full display!
Hiram M. Chittenden Locks Seattle 27.5 km away
#3 of 123 Nature & Parks in Seattle
There's a little park with nice manicured lawns and some garden paths nearby and a cute museum/gift shop with miniature model boats where you can press pennies into souvenir tokens for free.
Fascinating for the engineer, nature lover, gardener and history lover!
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Richmond Beach Saltwater Park Seattle 16.5 km away
#32 of 123 Nature & Parks in Seattle
The 188 stairs makes for a great workout site and a shout out to the park district.
From the park entrance to the lower parking lot, there is a stair climb of 188 steps.