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The newly renovated Cal Anderson Park near Broadway and E Pine St is very popular on sunny days.
The newly renovated Cal Anderson Park near Broadway and E Pine St is very popular on sunny days. It includes a signature fountain and pond, a basketball court, tennis and softball fields, and a playground. Great for peoplewatching, and you can often see groups of people doing activities varying from hackeysack to drum circles to freeze tag to bike polo to twirling around with colorful scarves.
1635 11th Avenue, Seattle, WA, United States
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