Ed Munro Seahurst Park, Burien

Ed Munro Seahurst Park includes extensive hiking trails that traverse a diverse landscape of forests, streams, wetlands, and sparkling beaches. Native Americans used to fish and gather clams on this land long before it was turned into a popular picnic spot and park. Today, the locals are attempting to restore the area's natural splendor by replacing the seawall with native vegetation and large logs. Work out when and for how long to visit Ed Munro Seahurst Park and other Burien attractions using our handy Burien trip planner .
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  • Lovely park by the sea, nice hiking trails in the hills. Great for family gatherings or just looking for solitude.  more »
  • This park has all you could ask of a park on Puget Sound. It also includes picnic areas, picnic shelters with grills. The shore restoration is a tribute to the local community; the park is more pleasa...  more »
  • What a great place to walk! Along the beach front there are views across the water to the snow capped mountains, even in July. The walk ways are well set out. The day we walked through the forest/wood...  more »

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