Golden Gardens Park
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Enjoy the breeze as you sit by the beach at this beautiful park. Walk, run, or bike the Burke-Gilman trail to get there
My peace place:) fire pits, beach activities, with a snack shack in summer. Green walking paths on upper level. Dog park too.
Beautiful beach with legal fire pits and an amazing view of the Olympic Mountain Range! Highly recommend for a stroll.
Beach in Seattle? Yep! Also trees, trails, dog park, views, boardwalks, playgrounds... Golden Gardens has it all.
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