Alki Beach

4.74 Votes
  • Address: 1702 Alki Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-2066844075
Tickets From $95.27

The Alki Beach Park, sprawling over 55 hectare, consists of Elliott Bay Beach between Alki Point and Duwamish Head on Elliot bay. The half miles of strand was the first public salt-water bathing beach in the United States and now offers a number of activities ranging from art shows, picnics, and boat launching. Joggers, rollerbladers, beachcombers, volleyball players, bikers, and sunbathers can utilize the 2.5 mile soft sandy stretch all over the year. Picnic shelters with access to fire pits, grills, and restrooms are available on rent. The north shore of the beach park laden with cottages offers a scenic vista of the Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains and the ferries, sail-boats and steamboats that are in the area. Don’t forget to check out the Seawall surrounded square that features an old 2.5 ton anchor.

How to Reach Alki Beach

  • Buses 37, 50, 56, 775 to stop –Alki Ave SW & 61st Ave SW

  • Alki Beach Address: 1702 Alki Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA, United States
  • Alki Beach Contact Number: +1-2066844075
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  • 0.05% of people who visit Seattle include Alki Beach in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Alki Beach visit around 6 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Alki Beach


95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Alki Beach

People normally also visit Old Stove Brewing Co while planning their trip to Alki Beach.

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Alki Beach Reviews & Ratings

  • Beautiful view of the entire city and cool place to just hang out and relax! Not to mention all of the cool restaurants and bars down this whole area! Also a really cool place to ride a motorcycle through!

  • It's a beautiful stretch of sandy beach with a really relaxed vibe to it. Lots of restaurants to choose from along with washroom facilities, free parking and a nice pathway for walking, cycling, etc. When I visited, there were also a lot of volleyball nets set up if you're interested in playing a game.

  • Alki (alk-eye) Beach is a lovely walk on a nice day. There are both walking and biking paths along the beach and several small piers to sit on. At one end, there are spaces to set up a tent and picnic. At the other end, there's a great view of downtown Seattle. Along the beach are residences, restaurants, and boat rentals. If you need even more exercise or are looking for a new view, climb some of the stairs across from the beach to the streets higher up on the hill.

  • Alki has always been a special place for me. Bavk when I was I premed would actually schedule 4 hours every week to go walk the beach, study, have some fish and chips, or just. sit and stare at the beauty of Seattle. So much to enjoy. I honestly don't like the crowded feel of Seattle anymore so, when I return to visit friends or family, I spend most of my time at Alki.

  • A good place to just chill out with friends and family. The drive just beside the road next to the beach is a great experience. Finding a parking spot right next to the beach, during weekends in summer might be a challenge.

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