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3801 Discovery Park Blvd
Seattle, WA 98199

 (206) 386-4236

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Here's what Trippy members say about Discovery Park:

"For a great day hike in the city, check out Discovery Park - Gorgeous any time of year."  See More

"Discovery Park is a 534-acre park on the shores of Puget Sound in the Magnolia neighborhood."  See More

"In city outdoor hikes at Discovery Park, Arboretum Foundation, West Seattle."  See More

"View from 40th floor Starbucks in Columbia Tower Club People watching in Capitol Hill Neighborhood View of Seattle from Kerry Park A hike in Discovery Park Samples early in the morning at Pike Place Market before all the people arrive."  See More

"Open air buffs appreciate Discovery Park and Magnuson Park, the shorelines in West Seattle and north of Ballard Neighborhood, in addition to in the open air brandishes that range from kayaking to oar boarding."  See More

"Olympic Sculpture Park/Myrtle Edwards Park, Gas Works Park, the Ballard Locks, Kerry Park, Discovery Park -- all free and all amazing."  See More

"In Seattle, you can get a bit of wilderness too -- check out Golden Gardens or Discovery Park, both of which offer opportunities to explore outdoors but are within reach of the urban setting."  See More

"Explore Discovery Park from the top all the way to the beach."  See More

"Outdoors: Do Discovery Park, Golden Gardens (Ballard Neighborhood), Alki Beach (West Seattle), or the garden at Seattle Art Museum."  See More

"Visit Golden Gardens or Discovery Park to do some urban exploration."  See More

"Hiking through Discovery Park is also well worth it!"  See More

"If you love the outdoors, you could go for a run/hike in Discovery Park or Golden Gardens, which are both within striking distance to Ballard Neighborhood."  See More

"Discovery Park for hiking on an acreage inside the city, with a lighthouse."  See More

"There's a lot of nice architecture in Pioneer Square, but for something bit more unusual, check out Rainier Tower at 1301 5th Ave (>"  See More

"If you look for a good park you should go to Discovery Park."  See More

"Outside of the festival, you can visit Queen Anne, the Fremont Troll and neighborhood, Pike Place Market, and Woodinville for wine tasting :) Or head to the waters edge at Discovery Park and Alki Beach Park."  See More

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