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Frink Park
Primarily used as a natural woods drive, Frink Park is a densely vegetated ravine. South Frink Place winds through the park and opens onto Lake Washington Boulevard.
Fritz Hedges Waterway Park
This park in development in Portage Bay has now been named Fritz Hedges Waterway Park. The park will include historical elements, water access for people and hand-carried boats, shoreline restoration, open lawn space for passive recreation, and opportunities for interpretation and education.
Froula Playground
This playground features baby swings, tennis courts, long lawn area perfect for catch, as well as slides and climbing features.
Garfield Playfield
Garfield Playfield shares its campus with Garfield Community Center and Medgar Evers Pool. It features a playground, tennis courts, football field, track, restrooms, and other sports fields.
Gas Works Park
Gas Works Park has a play area with a large play barn, and big hill popular for flying kites. Special park features include a sundial, and a beautiful view of Seattle. Access to Lake Union is restricted at Gas Works Park, as the lake sediment contains hazardous substances. Entering the water or launching boats from the park is prohibited (SMC 18.12.070) There is no swimming, no fishing and no wading in the park. The Burke-Gilman Trail runs past Gas Works parking lot and follows the Burlington-Northern Railroad 12.5 miles north to Log Boom Park in Kenmore.
Gemenskap Park
Gemenskap Park (pronounced Yuh-MEN-skawp) is a new open space in Ballard that replaced two blocks of 14th Avenue NW and its gravel parking median to create an attractive neighborhood resource. The project includes green infrastructure and incorporates safety improvements for pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles.
Genesee Park and Playfield
Genesee Park and Playfield is a broad, rough meadow that stretches for about 5 blocks north from Genesee Street to Stan Sayres Memorial Park on Lake Washington Boulevard. Set in a quiet neighborhood, the atmosphere is quite soothing. It contains a huge and open grassy area for a playfield.
Georgetown Playfield
Georgetown Playfield's facilities include lighted ballfields, a 1/2 basketball court, a children's wading pool, tennis & handball courts, and swings.
Georgetown Pump Station
Located on the eastern shore of the Duwamish River, this is an undeveloped park property. The property is adjacent to a street end that was developed as wildlife habitat and a public viewpoint. The site includes a historic (inactive) pump station building, which is an integral part of the Georgetown Steam Plant. This park represents one of very few green space and habitat restoration opportunities on the eastern shore of the Duwamish River between Boeing Field and Elliott Bay.
Gerber Park
Located at Martin Luther King Jr Way S and E Cherry, this triangle park is a great place to rest on the bench and check out artwork.
Gilman Playground
Gilman Playground’s features include ballfields, tennis courts, a play area, and wading pool.
Golden Gardens Park
Located in Ballard on Puget Sound, this popular park offers extraordinary views.
Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery
In about 1895, five Grand Army Posts in Seattle established this cemetery for the Civil War heroes of 1861-65. In 1922, city council turned the care and maintenance of the cemetery over to the Parks Department. Recently, the volunteer group Friends of the GAR have been active in caring for the cemetery. Located in the north of the Capitol Hill neighborhood, the cemetery's 526 graves and monument memorialize veterans of the Civil War. A small green space lies adjacent to the memorial site.
Green Lake Park
Green Lake is one of Seattle’s most beloved parks. Its expanse of water and green space in the center of a dense urban neighborhood draws thousands of people daily from all over the city. The park serves as a natural preserve for hundreds of species of trees and plants, as well as numerous birds and waterfowl. The 2.8-mile path around the lake provides a perfect recreational spot for runners and walkers.
Greenwood Park
This 2.2 acre park was previously a commercial nursery and greenhouse for many years, and was acquired by Seattle Parks and Recreation in November 1999 through the Seattle Open Space Program. The Greenwood community was very involved in the development of the park.
Greenwood Triangle
Deeded to Ballard in 1895 (annexed 1907), the triangle is all that remains of the large, original Greenwood Park to the east.
Greg Davis Park
Greg Davis Park connects to Cottage Grove Park and Puget Blvd. Commons, as well as links with the Longfellow Creek Legacy Trail. A nice neighborhood park featuring a mid-size lawn area, trickling creek, and lots of pathways as they connect to Longfellow Creek Legacy Trail.
Haller Lake Street End
Haller Lake is a small lake in north Seattle. This little park provides public access to the west side of the lake, along the North 125th Street right-of-way. Perfect for picnics and bird watching; winter visitors include coots, shovelers, buffleheads, ruddy ducks, mergansers, gadwalls, and cormorants. The lake is also occasionally stocked with fish so this park is ideal for fishing!
Hamilton Viewpoint Park
With a stunning view of the city, Elliott Bay, the harbor and the Cascade Mountains, Hamilton Viewpoint showcases Seattle's urban and natural beauty.
Harrison Ridge Greenbelt
This greenbelt is located in Seattle's Madison Valley along 32nd Ave E between E Denny Way and E Thomas St.
Harvard-Miller/Roanoke Annex
This is a small triangle-shaped lawn area.
Herring's House Park
This very neat little park in the Duwamish industrial area offers some respite against the hustle and bustle of trucks and trains nearby. There are walking trails here that provide views of the Duwamish River, and some interpretive signs to help inform visitors about the local ecosystem. There is also a small lawn area available for stretching out and enjoying the sun.
Hiawatha Playfield
Located in the heart of West Seattle, Hiawatha Playfield is within easy walking distance to many Admiral District businesses including coffee shops, restaurants and stores.
Highland Drive Parkway
A landscaped slope with stairway between Highland Drive and 2nd Ave N. 2nd Ave descends to meet Highland Drive a sharp angle, creating a sliver of park land.
Highland Park Playground
With views of Mt Rainier to the southeast and the Cascade range to the east, Highland Park is a beautiful place to relax, picnic, splash about in the wading pool and play. Park features include ballfields, a wading pool, a shelter house, swings, tennis court and children's play area.
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