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Myrtle Edwards Park, Seattle
(4.6/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • I really love what it has wrought on this little stretch of beach along the waterfront! As a cyclist you can not help but love this fine park with undulating paths for pedestrians and cyclists was/joggare. A nice little park with beautiful trees and sculptures which enhance the quality of life and lowers the heart rate. 24 hours a day you will meet cyclists and joggers here.
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  • We went due to the proximity to the Sculpture Park and the waterfront. We were hoping to see some seals or birds, but found the park to be fairly barren. Good scenery with the waterfront and good for ...  more »
  • My wife took a lyft (less than $10 from Pike Market) to get a break from all the busyness at Pike Market. It has decent views but nothing really special. I can see this being nice on a bike ride. Kerr...  more »
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  • This place has some of the best views of the sound that Seattle can offer. It's a bit secluded, but that just means that it doesn't draw the crowds that Alki and Golden Gardens do, which is a huge plus. Also, the park is incredibly clean. This park offers art at the sculpture park and tiny rose gardens, fishing at the pier near the bait shop, 6+ miles of running/cycling, easy access to the water front and Queen Anne Beer Hall, and placards that tell a bit of Seattle's history.
  • One of my favorite Seattle spots! Great place to throw a blanket down, hang a hammock, or stroll around in. Great views of the mountains, passing boats, or now and then a sea lion (or are they harbor seals? I'm not sure).
  • I visited this park a few times while in Seattle on business. Mostly, I used the jogging trail while passing through. I also used the chin up bars and meandered through the rose garden. Great views from here.
  • A good place to have a walk or run. I have seen better but it is a good one in a big city.
  • Awesome business park. I'd go running during lunch everyday here if I could.