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Angle Lake Park, SeaTac

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3.8/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • There aren't many things to do in the Seatac area, especially with kids. This is a nice park with a splash pad. You can also use the small, sandy beach to cool down on a hot summer day. It was very cr...  read more »
  • While spending a couple days in Seatac, I walked from my hotel to Angle lake which was about a mile away. There were several picnic tables on site and a playground. It's also not very touristy if you'...  read more »
  • On arrival a beautiful view of the lake and houses around. Didn't get to see a clear view of Mt. Rainier that day. 
  • Great Park Great lake view with beach, swimming area and awesome splash park. Only downside to the park is on a nice day you can't really find parking. Good news is you can take the A line bus from either Federal Way or Tukwila, it runs along Pacific Hwy / Hwy 99 / Int'l Blvd (yes the same road has 3 different names) If you have a long layover at Seatac airport and it's a nice day it is worth checking out the park especially if you have kids.
  • Great splash pad and the lake is awsome for kids! They even have a free lunch program for them. Get there Earily because the parking lot gets full. Was there at 930 and found a spot on a weekday and bye 10am parking lot was full.
  • Disgusting water, honestly. It's a decent park, but getting caught on stray lures, finding literal rats swimming along side you, and on top of that having a sloped hill be the entire greentop of the park, it's pretty bad. Low tide{if that's what a freshwater lakes version is called} is fun to search through the muck to find fish, insects or plants, however, which is why I give it 2 stars instead of 1.
  • ((((((WARNING PROPER SPELLING AND GRAMMAR MAY NOT BE USED IN THESE MESSAGES.)))))) please just get pass that and focus on the topic. Thank you. There is no problem with the actual park it's self other then the trash that was everywhere. That's why 3 stars. I guess we get what we pay for and This Spray Park is free to the public, courtesy of the city of Sea-Tac. And with that being said, they hold sole responsibility for the safety of the public and the cleanliness of this spray park. I personally feel the city of Sea-Tac deserve 0 stars for failing to make sure it was and is always clean. Especially with any type of material that could Cause a health hazard. .....I know asking people who use the park, to keep it classy is a little too much to ask from some people. However asking to keep it clean should not be such a big issue. Today I brought my two children, niece and nephew to play at the angle lake spray park for the first time since its been built. During my time at the spray park I watched a little girl step on and kick what look to be a piece of plastic of some sort. Not until I got up and walked over to the water spout squirting from the ground did I see that it was 1 half of a plastic tampon applicator. Being completely grossed out! I started announcing this disgusting findings, to surrounding people,along with pointing at it to draw awareness so no more kids would step on it. This purple, plastic tampon applicator was in the wide open play area and easy to see. so I know that I wasn't the only one who seen this. at least 1 or 2 of the 400 other adults that were there today had to of seen it at some point. Why did nobody else think that this was a nasty issue and dispose of it? (And to the people that did see it and did nothing about it, SHAME ON YOU.) As soon as I figured out what it was I was trying to figure out how to pick it up and dispose of it quickly and properly as possible. I found a piece of a plastic shopping bag laying on the ground (believe me it wasn't very hard to find trash laying around here) and I pick that up walked over to the purple plastic, picked it up as I walked towards the garbage, right there AGAIN in plain sight as the first part, lays the second half of the tampon applicator. So of course I picked that half up and disposed of them properly. I am typing this today because I felt my issues needed to be heard. normally I do not write any kind of review or what have you.but this is something that is such a health hazard and completely unacceptable that I couldn't just let it go. I know it may be pointless to say but I am going to anyways. (Btw If you are the person that though putting your tampon in the middle of a children's water park was on any level okay, let me be the first to tell you how wrong you are. That is so far beyond nasty that is makes the word nasty seem so preschool compared to what you did today. You need someone to teach you proper hygiene. I cringe thinking about what your home might look like.). Let's all do our small part to keep public places like this clean for everyone. Clean up after yourself! Period!! plain and simple, simple and plain. Or keep up and the cities will be forced to start charging for every park built. To pay for extra employees that the cities have to hire, to clean up after grown adults. If filth is what you enjoy and it makes you happy. Hey do your own thing I am not here to judge. But it's not for everyone as you should know. so please keep your filth at home and to yourself. I am sure most would agree that cleanliness works best for all.
  • I go here all the time in summer for bbqs and swimming. ...they have restrooms on site and its always got patrol so I feel safe
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