Discovery Park in Seattle, Washington
Discovery Park is 534 acre natural area park that over looks the Puget Sound.
It is located in the Magnolia neighborhood, in Seattle Washington. The park is an environmental learning center/park that spreads over a 500-acre area.
Discovery Park is Seattle's' largest green space and it has hiking/walking trails, 2 miles of protected tidal beaches, beautiful meadows, must see sea cliffs, forest groves,active sand dunes,thickets, streams, 11.8 miles of walking/hiking trails, a lighthouse, tennis courts, a cultural area, restrooms, and a play area for kids. The park also hosts amazing views of the Cascades and of the Olympic Mountain Ranges.
The first master plan was discovered, for Discovery Park, in 1972. An all-volunteer group, established in 1975, runs Discovery Park. The United Indians of All Tribes' Daybreak Star Cultural Center is located within the boundaries of the park. The park has programs for hands-on experiences through games, props, and activities to enhance your learning experiences outdoors, and to give you a sense of community and to help you connect with green spaces.
Between the trails for every walking/hiking level, the tidal beaches, the lighthouse, the meadows, the sea cliffs, forest groves, active sand dunes, tennis courts, cultural area, and the children's play area, you are sure to find plenty to do at Discovery Park in Seattle, Washington.