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Weather Watch Park
This tiny (135 feet long!) park has artwork that is so fun to look at that it competes with the glorious view the spot affords of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. The park includes a curved concrete bench inlaid with a bronze relief map of Olympic peaks, a triangular column that carries historic photographic images and has a weather vane on top, a sundial, and a half-moon area paved with over 500 bricks engraved with short expressions and the names of area residents, including early settlers. Stone stairs and a woodchip path lead down to the rocky beach.
Webster Park
This park also boasts 1 full-court and 1 half-court basketball courts, a small, attractive lawn area, and lots of trees to shade you on those sunny summer days. This park also features some parking on-site, so unload the car and enjoy a picnic!
Wedgwood Square
This small space is a triangle.
West Duwamish Greenbelt
The West Duwamish Greenbelt is the largest greenbelt in the city and is home to fox, red-legged frogs, hawks, and bald eagles. The greenbelt encompasses the extended forest along the eastern slopes of West Seattle that is visible from I-5.
West Ewing Mini Park
This park is a little grass patch just across the street from Seattle Pacific University on the Lake Washington Ship Canal. An upper concrete overlook with lights has benches for sitting and watching boats and munching lunches. This is a favorite snacking spot for students and workers from nearby manufacturing plants. (Excerpt from Enjoying Seattle Parks by Brandt Morgan.)
West Montlake Park
This stretch of flat grass bordering the Seattle Yacht Club and Montlake area homes offers a viewpoint of Portage Bay and the Montlake Cut. It connects neighborhoods.
West Queen Anne Playfield
This six-acre park is across the street from McClure Middle School to the north and Queen Anne Community Center and Pool to the east. Its fenced-in grass fields, with baseball backstops and bleachers, are used for baseball, softball, and soccer. Outside the fence, a partially wheelchair-accessible children's play area includes swings, slides, a merry-go-round, and a climbing structure. There are benches nearby and a bicycle rack.
West Seattle Stadium
This large, historic stadium has a football field, a track, and two sets of stands (one historical). Available for rental, it is adjacent to the West Seattle Golf Course.
Westcrest Park
Westcrest Park is a very large park. It has a view platform with a great panoramic view of the city skyline, flat open meadow, with a short walking path, and a dog off-leash area.
Westlake Greenbelt
The Westlake Greenbelt is one of the smaller greenbelts in the city, and includes the wooded slopes above Westlake Ave N.
Westlake Park
Westlake Park lies in the heart of the downtown shopping district. It's the perfect spot to take a break and admire the fountain, or watch shoppers as they visit the Westlake Mall and the surrounding retail stores. From here, it's a quick trip by monorail to Seattle Center or a short walk to Pike Place Market, the Seattle Art Museum and many other attractions.
Westlake Square
This park is part of the downtown "town square" and consists of a paved street triangle with trees bounded by Westlake Ave, Steward St, and 6th Ave. It once had a canopy, benches and an underground restroom similar to the one at Pioneer Square. It is named for the adjacent street.
William Grose Park
Located at 30th Ave and E Howell St., this spot offers a rolling green lawn and giant evergreen along with a short path in this quiet neighborhood park. This space also has benches and a picnic table, offering peaceful places for rest and an ideal picnic spot.
Williams Place
This tiny urban park with 2 bus stops also offers 4 benches to rest and wait for the bus on and some trees to help provide you some shade on those hot summer days.
Wolf Creek Ravine Natural Area
Wolf Creek flows through a canyon crossed by Queen Anne Dr on a landmark bridge between Nob Hill Pl N and 2nd Ave N. It's course is approximately the line of 3rd Ave N between Queen Anne Dr and Lynn St. The source of the creek's name is unknown.
Woodland Park
Woodland Park is an exciting, multipurpose park and recreation space just southwest of Green Lake and north of the Fremont district. It is separated into two parts by Aurora Avenue.
Woodland Park Rose Garden
Originally established by Park Board in 1922, the Woodland Park Rose Garden is adjacent to the Woodland Park Zoo. The Rose Garden is one of only two dozen certified American Rose Test Gardens in the United States. At its picturesque best from May through August, the garden displays new rose hybrids before they become available to amateur rose enthusiasts. The garden is maintained by the Woodland Park Zoo society. Learn more about the rose garden on the Woodland Park Zoo's Rose Garden web site.
Yesler Terrace Park
As part of the Yesler neighborhood redevelopment, Seattle Housing Authority donated land for a park. The two-acre Yesler Terrace Park, behind the Yesler Community Center, was completed in August of 2018
York Park
This is a nice small neighborhood park, with one big tree, picnic table, two benches, planted area, and a small lawn area perfect for romping.
York Playground
This playground is on the campus of John Muir Elementary School.
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