What is your favorite park in the northwest?

Asked by Jim O'Day, Arlington, WA Mon Sep 10, 2012

The kids love Gassworks in Seattle as it is the BEST hide and seek park anywhere!

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Jim Spane, Other Pro, Mount Vernon, WA
Tue Nov 27, 2012
Bowman Bay / Deception Pass State Park!
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Debra Truelo…, Agent, University Place, WA
Tue Nov 13, 2012
Point Defiance Park! http://www.discoverparks.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=ParkDetail…
When I first moved here I lived within three blocks of the park and was there almost everyday with the dogs. Truly worth a visit when in the NorthWest.
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Nicole Demer…, Agent, Mercer Island, WA
Sun Oct 21, 2012
Olympic Sculpture Park is a prime photography spot.
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Mon Sep 24, 2012
Marymoor Park in Redmond!
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David Berg, Agent, Federal Way, WA
Fri Sep 21, 2012
Most definitely the Browns Point Lighthouse Park. Visitors flock to Browns Point to see the Lighthouse Park and tour the historic 1903 restored Light keepers Cottage and Boat House museums and learn more about the area history, including an exhibit recounting the life of Jerry Meeker and maritime and lighthouse history.
Read this: http://www.homesbypugetsound.com/community/area/Browns+Point/
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R.K., , Seattle, WA
Fri Sep 21, 2012
Salmon Bay Park, no question. It's quiet with huge old trees and a wonderful playground tucked into the corner.
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Jim O'Day, , Arlington, WA
Wed Sep 19, 2012
Greenlake on a sunny day is unbeatable!
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Krisanne Hei…, Agent, Lynnwood, WA
Mon Sep 10, 2012
Carkeek Park! You get the Sound views, beach and play area for kids and adults. The Bubble Man is also there frequently. Nice picnic areas, too.
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Jim O'Day, , Arlington, WA
Mon Sep 10, 2012
Seattle does have Golden Gardens
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Emily Griffin, Agent, Seattle, WA
Mon Sep 10, 2012
We love Volunteer park - so wonderful to have all that space in the heart of the city. At the same time, the dogs are partial to the off-leash areas at Magnuson & Marymoor!
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Jim O'Day, , Arlington, WA
Mon Sep 10, 2012
I need to visit Discovery Park again. It's been a while....sounds awesome
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Ray Akers, Agent, Seattle, WA
Mon Sep 10, 2012
Seward Park is my first choice, followed by Discovery Park. Of course, Mt. Rainier is the best park of all!
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Puneet Sachd…, Agent, Bellevue, WA
Mon Sep 10, 2012
Discovery Park! It has funtimes for everyone. Views, hiking, biking, kids playground, etc...
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Jeff Strand, Agent, Seattle, WA
Mon Sep 10, 2012
Discovery park for running or being away from it all while being in the city. Volunteer park for a green space in the city.
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Greenlalke for the scenery and exercise
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