Discovery Park

Discovery Park is one of Seattle's most beautiful natural landscapes and is the city's largest park. The park is 534 acres and is operated by Seattle Parks and Recreation. It's situated on most of the former Fort Lawton site. It features spectacular views of both the Cascade and Olympic Mountain ranges. 

The park's features include

  • two miles of protected tidal beaches,
  • open meadow lands,
  • sea cliffs,
  • forest groves,
  • sand dunes, 
  • streams,
  • West Point Lighthouse,
  • walking trails, and
  • a playground. 

The new playground, built in 2017, complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The play area features climbing structures, a zip line, swings, and more. There are also picnic tables and a seating. 

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