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Lincoln Park

Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 20 February 2014

Photo from Lincoln park, King County, SeattleAddress: 8011 Fauntleroy Way SW, 98136

Hours: 4 a.m. – 11.30 p.m.

Acreage: 135.4

Park Features: 
  • Great views
  • Paths and hiking trails
  • Boat launch
  • Picnic shelters
  • Outdoor pool
  • Wading pool
  • Soccer, baseball and softball fields
  • Tennis courts
  • Play area
  • Horseshoe pits
  • Restrooms

Photo from Lincoln park, King County, Seattle

Take a look on the pictures below, they will take you on a virtual tour around this beautiful Seattle’s park.

Description

Lincoln Park is one of the most famous parks in West Seattle, which is situated on Puget Sound. The park isn’t only one of the most beautiful, but it is also one of the largest parks in Seattle. Visitors will enjoy the beauty of this area walking along the nicely paved walkway that stretches along the beach.

Lincoln Park is very popular in summer, because here visitors will find the most perfect heated salt-water outdoor swimming pool, lots of picnic sites and shelters, wonderful play area for the kids. For those who prefer active way of life the park may propose well-maintained tennis courts, baseball, softball and soccer fields.

Photo from Lincoln park, King County, Seattle

Walking and hiking paths run through the typical for the Northwest woods, green meadows and beaches, the views from this park are just breathtaking and perfect. Be ready to see all kinds of different plants, flowers and wildlife on these wooded pathways. It should be said that here visitors may choose different paths to explore and enjoy the beauty of the trees that cover the park.

The North Beach is one of the spectacular places in the park. The beach is surrounded with trees and open scenic views of the water.

Sometimes people say that Lincoln Park is a perfect place to take your guests to and show how Seattle looked like many years ago.

Pictures were taken on March 7, 2014

Directions:

From I-5 North/South Bound 

Take Exit to West Seattle, follow the signs to Fauntleroy Way SW, and keep going until you see the park on the right.

Map:


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Photo: Roma Khomlyak

Photo Editing: Pavlo Petryshyn

Information: Marina Petrova

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