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Spread on the banks of Lake Washington, Madison Park has a bathhouse and swimming beach with patrolling lifeguards in the summer.
Spread on the banks of Lake Washington, Madison Park has a bathhouse and swimming beach with patrolling lifeguards in the summer. It also has restaurants, tennis courts, and playgrounds. You can get great views of the Evergreen Point Bridge and Cascade region from here.
Madison Park, Seattle, WA 98112, USA
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