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Lighthouse Park, Mukilteo

(4.4/5 based on 300 reviews on the web)
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  • The lighthouse is a small lighthouse and also a very small park. You could cover the grounds in under 5 minutes. The lighthouse and park around it have wonderful views of the sound and the islands. Th...  more »
  • Very nice and tranquil park. Can get busy over weekends. Beautiful views of the Sound and whidbey island as the Ferry departs and docks at the Landing.  more »
  • It's just a short walk from Ivar's Landing Restaurant over to the charming lighthouse in its historic setting on the Mukilteo waterfront. You'll feel you've gone back in time!  more »
  • Busy park (during summer), but really easy access and large parking lot. Great dining choices nearby; Diamond Knot Brewery, Arnie's, Ivar's. Covered picnic tables with BBQ grills make it a great place to go even during fall and winter. (It's quite empty during colder months if you want some privacy
  • Fun place to hangout. parking prices aren't too bad. I like going on the docks when it's windy
  • Great busy park. Lots of dry wood to jump and free run across. Or take a nice romantic stroll during sunset. They've added some climbing toy sets for kids in the last few years. Very clean public restrooms. Fun to fly or watch the kite flyers on this windy beach. Perfect views of the ferries going in and out. Quick walk to eats if your hungry. The biggest downside is a very full parking lot during peak hours and fighting ferry traffic coming in and out....worth it.
  • Beautiful park and beach. One of the few spots in the county where they bonfire pits as well! You gotta pay for parking but it is well worth it to support this amazing park.
  • This is a nice park with beautiful views. It is paid parking. It can get windy so bring a jacket. The sunset is beautiful here.