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Explore Rainier Valley, Seattle

Parks & nature in Rainier Valley, Seattle

Garden
“9817 55th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118 http://www.kubotagarden.org/ Hilly 20-acre Japanese-style garden dating to 1927, with flowers, ponds, waterfalls & a moon bridge. ”
85 locals recommend
Park
“Seattle's oldest park is still one of the most popular parks in the city. This park is such a gem to have in the midst of our city. A fantastic play area for children and many wonderful walking paths to explore.”
115 locals recommend
Park
“walking distance playground, field ponds, walking distance to beach tennis courts ”
18 locals recommend
Park
“This park and play field is on two sides of the street. Go to the meadows on the north side and walk through swallows flying in the tall grass trails. Very quickly you can make it to the Lake shore and walk along Lake washington.”
18 locals recommend
Harbour / Marina
“About midway between Seward Park and the I-90 floating bridge, the public rowing club currently offers programs for ages 8-100 in rowing, sailing, kayaking and windsurfing for all ability ”
13 locals recommend
Park
“A beautiful green space with walking trails and a community pea patch garden.”
16 locals recommend
Pool
“8825 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118 (206) 386-1925 http://www.seattle.gov/parks/find/pools/rainier-beach-pool "Great new facility with a variety of lessons and awesome staff." "Great place for a family to spend time" "The water is comfortable and warm all year round." ”
11 locals recommend
Beach
“Famous SeaFair Racing grounds, access to lake, swimming, floating, walking trail, & Summer time life guard on duty.”
13 locals recommend
Park
“Great small park for tennis (2 public free courts) and jungle gym for kids. About 2 blocks from our house. You're welcome to use your tennis racquets and balls in the garage.”
9 locals recommend
Park
“8400 55th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118 Quaint beach featuring a swimming raft, rentable bathhouse & marshy wetland with varied wildlife "Plenty dedicated packing and neighborhood parking nearby" "I would probably recommend a different park for a family gathering." "Definitely just a nice spot to walk your dog in the morning." ”
8 locals recommend
Nature Preserve
“We love to take our son to this park, it's beautiful and on Lake Washington. There is an old growth forest to take a relaxing stroll/hike. Borrow some binoculars from the center and go birding in the forest. ”
6 locals recommend
Park
3 locals recommend
Park
“Gorgeous wooded greenspace on North Beacon Hill. Walking and mt. bike trails are in the works.”
5 locals recommend
Park
“Amazing views of Lake Washington, I-90, & Bellevue. Can even walk the floating bridge.”
3 locals recommend
Playground
“8650 55th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118 Small lakefront park featuring picnic areas & a boat launch, plus views of the Cascade Mountains. ”
5 locals recommend
Park
“With bridges, streams, and a small trail network, this wooded canyon is a hidden gem. Free and open to the public (during daylight hours).”
5 locals recommend