Lincoln Park, Seattle
Lincoln Park, Seattle - Address, Phone Number
Address: 8011 Fauntleroy Way SW, Seattle, WA 98136
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 04:00 am - 11:30 pm Details
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About Lincoln Park, Seattle
At 135 acres, Lincoln Park is big, but not huge as park's go. But it still manage to pack an intensely diverse landscape within its borders - sandy shores, seawalls, forests, grassy lawns and meadows. There are five beautifully located picnic pavilions, miles and miles of walking and biking paths, a charming wading pool and restroom facilities. Over three hundred species of birds, at one time or the other during the year, make home in the park's old canopy. For the best views, head out over to the bluff. One the local's favourite features at the park is the heated saltwater swimming hole known as Colman's Pool.
How To reach Lincoln Park by Public Transport
- Buses 116, 118, 119 and C Line stop Fauntleroy Way SW & SW Rose St.
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I LOVE this park. Salt waterfront with a forest like back up. Outstanding trails. Lots of climbing opportunities if you want that. In the summer the salt water outdoor pool is open and superfine. Nauralists volunteer at the park and offer information on wildlife, flora and general info. Many opportunities to grill food and picnic. It beautiful. I'll try to choose one photo from the gazillion I have taken at Lincoln Park.
This is my all time favorite park! It has forest and walking paths and beach access and paths from the park to the beach... I love it! Don't go after dark...
This is a beautiful park. The beach walk is great. The upper park in the woods is beautiful. There is lots of things for children or adults to do. Just a great place
Nice walk in the woods to get to the rocky beach, and the water is beautiful and clean, but it's also too cold to get in and swim! The pool is not much better: very cold water, and their times are very strange: they sell you a ticket for a slice of time of their choice and that's it. Example: we got there at 4:30 pm, but their time slot was over at 4:45 pm, and the following one wouldn't start until 5 pm, so we had to wait half hour only to enter the pool! It's $5.50 for adults (even if you don't swim) and $3.75 for kids and seniors. Water was very cold. Half the pool is taken by those who run laps. If your kids want to enjoy the slide, it's an extra $1 per child after they pass a test. Goodness, how complicated! Not sure it's worth it. Do yourself a favor and just go there to enjoy a walk in the woods and/or along the beautiful rocky beach. This way, you won't be disappointed!
Calm little park. I walk my dog here sometimes, very quite not many people. I also enjoy the mini hike down to the water.