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Beer Sheva Park

Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 26 September 2014
Address:
8650 55th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98118
Hours: 4 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Acreage: 0.1

Photo from King County, Seattle, Beer Sheva ParkPictures below will take you to on a virtual tour to the beautiful park! Enjoy the views!

Park Features:

  • Boat Launch
  • Picnic Sites
  • Views
  • Waterfront
  • Pesticide free
  • Play area
Description:

Photo from King County, Seattle, Beer Sheva Park

Beer Sheva Park is a small, but very cozy park located in the southeastern part of Seattle. It’s a perfect place to enjoy the views of Lake Washington, Mercer Island and the Cascade Mountains.

Once known as Atlantic City Park, the park was renamed in honor of Seattle’s International Sister Cities in Israel in 1978.
The little park is a real Seattle’s gem. There are comfortable picnic tables, spacious parking lot near the boat ramp, a beautifully constructed playground and a nice area for bicycling.

Photo from King County, Seattle, Beer Sheva Park

The playground has different equipment for the kids of different ages. Younger kids will enjoy the areas for climbing, swings and a nice small sand area. A wall for advanced climbers with monkey bars will be of great value to the older kids.

Near the playground there is a cement area for bicyclers. There are also cozy benches near the area and around the playground.

Photo from King County, Seattle, Beer Sheva Park

It’s good to realize that the park is pesticide free, so the kids can enjoy freedom in the full sense of the word.
Beer Sheva Park is very popular in summer. Come here, sit, stretch your legs and enjoy your picnic and perfect sunset.

Directions:

From I-5:

Take Exit #161 – Albro Place. Turn onto S Albro Place and turn right onto Swift Avenue S. in about one-half mile turn left onto Mars Avenue S and then left onto S Willow Street. Turn right onto Beacon Avenue S and then slightly left onto S Myrtle Street. Very soon S Myrtle Street becomes S Myrtle Place and becomes S Othello Street. Turn right onto Martin Luther King, Jr. Way S and then take a slight left onto Renton Avenue S. Turn left onto S Kenyon Street and then right onto 50th Avenue S. Turn left onto S Elmgrove Street and continue turning right onto Rainier Avenue S. Turn left onto S Rose Street, which becomes Wolcott Avenue S and then turn left onto Cloverdale Place S. Turn right onto Seward Park Avenue and take the left turn onto S Cloverdale Street. At last turn right onto 55th Avenue S.

These pictures were taken on September 20, 2014

In order to get the directions click on the link below:

Photo: Roman Khomlyak

Photo Editing: Alex Mandryko

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