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Seward Park

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Address: 5898 Lake Washington Blvd. S, Seattle, WA 98101
Phone: +12066844075

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Seward park is a neighborhood in the southeast of Seattle. Its name comes from the city park on the Bailey Peninsula. The beautiful Bailey Peninsula stretches into Lake Washington. In 1911, the city of Seattle bought the peninsula from the Bailey family, intending to build a park named after the U.S. Secretary of State William H. Seward (1801-1872) (who is famous for advocating the United States to buy Alaska). Four years later, most areas of southeast Seattle are now under the jurisdiction of Seattle. The surrounding area is named after the park was constructed with the ease of the street slope. At the same time, with the completion of the Lake Washington Boulevard, people can also get here quickly and easily. Although many Seattle neighborhoods named after real estate developers have clear boundaries, after development by the developers, the scope of Suyubai Park has been expanded, and parts of Brighton Beach, Hillman City and the The Lakewood areas on both sides of South Orcas Street also use this name. The area is racially and economically diverse, and is the center of Seattle’s Jewish community.

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  • cohoman
    cohoman
    Seattle
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    Beautiful park in Seattle

    This is a beautiful park in the heart of the city. I was there on a sunny July afternoon with my family and we walked our dog around the perimeter of the peninsula. Lots of people in the water swimmin...

    Reviewed on /Date(1595167541000+0800)/
  • WashingtonDayTripper
    WashingtonDayTripper
    Washington
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    Need a place for a walk, run, or road cycling

    Seward Park located at the south end of Lake Washington is an ideal family outing spot. It offers areas for picnics, just lying on the beach, the great children’s park area or fishing. But for me th...

    Reviewed on /Date(1565257348000+0800)/
  • Carolyn M
    Carolyn M
    Columbia, South Carolina
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    So lovely

    My husband and I visited Seattle after an Alaskan cruise. A bartender recommended Seward Park as a place to spend an afternoon outside. I’m so glad we took her advice! We ubered from downtown and spen...

    Reviewed on /Date(1563551823000+0800)/
  • misopiso88
    misopiso88
    Seattle, Washington, USA
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    View Of Rainier!

    Where else can you sit on the beach and have a direct view of Mount Rainier? Absolutely stunning setting and a lovely walk looping around the park. Highly recommend.

    Reviewed on /Date(1553196161000+0800)/
  • Alec D
    Alec D
    Seattle, Washington, USA
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    Love winter at Seward Park

    During our "big" snow storms I visited Seward Park several times. On the first of those visits I was one of the only people enjoying the park with all the fresh snow. It was beautiful, quiet, and re...

    Reviewed on /Date(1550078377000+0800)/

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