Lincoln Park

A trip to Seattle, Washington is an experience in options. Those looking for a delicious dining scene will be enchanted by the variety of restaurants that dot the city and provide savory local and international flavors. Travelers in the mood for seeing shows, visiting intriguing art galleries or making their way through vast museums will not be disappointed. Still others on the hunt for activities that immerse them in natural beauty and wonder will find the mountains, trails and waterways that encompass Seattle to be the perfect solution. When it comes to city parks, perhaps no destination captures this sense of variety and potential better than Lincoln Park.

Awe-Inspiring Outdoor Activities

Lincoln Park is the outdoor pride and joy of West Seattle and covers 135-acres of ground beginning at 8011 Fauntleroy Way S.W. This massive space dedicated to fun and recreation has earned the title as one of the city’s largest parks and is well-loved by visitors and locals alike. There are a wide variety of activities to choose from when you plan a stop at Lincoln Park. The park offers stunning views of the nearby ferry terminal and Puget Sound while providing outdoor enthusiasts with over four miles of paved paths dedicated to walkers and an additional four miles of path exclusively for biking. Picnic shelters and tables dot the expansive green spaces and make this a wonderful and family-friendly place to spend an afternoon.

When you’re here with little ones in the summer months, you’ll want to be sure to take advantage of a dip in the water at the outdoor pool. This facility comes with an adjoining bathhouse as well. When you’ve had your fill of swimming and it’s time to play, make your way to the north end of the park where a large playground, treehouse and even a cable ride are waiting to keep the kids entertained! Those who prefer to spend the day observing the world around them will love the fact that Lincoln Park is home to a variety of species of birds that are easily spotted from this space. Additionally, the city regularly hosts programs that introduce the fundamentals of hiking, boating and sailing. No matter what type of activity sparks your interest, there’s always something to see, learn and do at Lincoln Park in Seattle.

Lincoln Park Seattle

After a day exploring Lincoln Park return to a beautiful downtown vacation rental that brings you back into the heart of the city center. The team at Seattle Oasis Vacation Rentals is here to make sure you book a property that matches your taste and style. We’ll keep you close to the fun with parks perfect for the family just around the corner. Contact us today to start planning your next Seattle getaway!

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