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Luther Burbank Park, Mercer Island

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 35 reviews on the web
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  • What a fantastic find. I had no idea that this park existed. Great paths to walk on, leading to beautiful views of the water and city. Take your kids to the wonderful playground for getting their ener...  read more »
  • Located on Lake Washington, this park boasts fishing docks and gorgeous views. Red brick buildings are great for atmosphere and photography. The kids' play area is filled with new and interesting equi...  read more »
  • This is a great place for the family and for dogs, plenty of parking, beach access, picnicking, bicycle and walking trails. The bike racks are very handy, 
  • I love this park! There are multiple play structures for kids, play fields, an incredible earth art to run around, tennis courts, dog parks, the historic boys school and cow barn, the out door theater and as of lately they have done a great job developing the northern beach. There is parking on the south end of the park and the middle point.
  • Great park on Mercer island . I love to take my dog swimming here. Cool little boardwalk through a restored wetland. Many different areas to swim
  • This park has everything for single people, families, people with dogs, and more; this applies to locals and tourists. If you want to see what people who live here do on a Saturday afternoon (or weekday in summer), check out this park. It has a tiny beach for viewing Lake Washington and Seattle, an impressive set of playgrounds, beautiful hanging flower baskets, waking and running trails, and a fenced of dog park with water access.
  • My newly toddling toddler loves the rubberized surface (wood chips are tough with you're just learning, and like to eat wood chips). Lots of climbing structures of different heights and sizes, lots of slides. Very little shade at the actual playground. We haven't explored the rest of the park, but the playground is worth driving for.
  • Overall the park is great. Clean, safe, beautiful. The off leash dog area is tiny and rather bare, so that's my only complaint. But it's a great location.