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Magnuson Park

Type: Parks



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Magnuson Park is an urban, 350-acre park on Sand Point at Pontiac Bay, Lake Washington. This park, the second-largest in Seattle, includes pieces of Seattle's military past (it's situated on a former...  Read More

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  • Outdoor Activities: "This natural treasure is a great place for bird watching! Along the shoreline, keep your eyes peeled for water birds like the Greater and Lesser Scaup, Common Goldeneye and Bufflehead. Also look out for Mallards, Gadwalls and American Wigeon, both on the lake and grassy banks, plus the occasional resident Bald Eagle swooping overhead."
  • Free Things to Do: "Dog lovers unite! The Magnuson off-leash area contains 8.6 acres and is the only one inside city limits with water access (Lake Washington's freshwater shoreline)."
  • Parks: "This natural treasure is a great place for bird watching!"
  • Beaches: "Bring your four-legged friends to the park's off-leash zone."
  • Best for Outdoor Activities Because: Magnuson Park is an urban, 350-acre park on Sand Point at Pontiac Bay, Lake Washington, that draws families, dogs and other happy picnickers.
  • Best for Free Things to Do Because: Magnuson Park, a 350-acre park on Sand Point at Pontiac Bay, Lake Washington, is a favorite spot for Seattle families and dog owners.
  • Best for Parks, Beaches Because: Magnuson Park is an urban, 350-acre park on Lake Washington's edge (go for a swim!). This picturesque spot carries rich historic significance.

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