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Alki Beach Park, Seattle

Alki Beach Park is one of the best and biggest sandy beaches in Seattle.

Alki Beach Park is one of the best and biggest sandy beaches in Seattle. There's a rollerblade/bike/walking path along it for miles and the beach itself is always busy and fun. Great views of the city, the ferries and the Olympics. There are several great cafes and coffee shops right across the street. Good place for barbeque as well as many outdoor recreations. It has one of the best night view of Downtown Seattle and the city light.


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About Alki Beach Park

 1702 Alki Avenue Southwest, Seattle, WA, United States

 +1 206-684-4075

 www.seattle.gov

Alki Beach Park and Nearby Sights on Map

Schmitz Park

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Alki Point Lighthouse

Historic Lighthouse on Alki Point a short walk from Alki Beach sometimes offers public tours but can at be at least partially seen from the road

The Viewpoint at Admiral

Some of the best views of the Seattle skyline are from West Seattle and the Viewpoint at Admiral is the best of the best

Hamilton Viewpoint Park

Hamilton Viewpoint Park rests above the beaches of Alki facing downtown Seattle

Seacrest Park

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West Seattle Golf Course

This golf course is one of the finest in the city with great views of Seattle

Discovery Park

Sprawling over 534 acres around the tip of the Queen Anne peninsula and Magnolia Bluff on the shores of Puget Sound, Discovery Park is the largest public park in Seattle

Safeco Field

Safeco Field, home to the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball, is one of the finest ballparks in the country

Kinnear Park

Kinnear Park stretches down to the lower Queen Anne/ Mercer Avenue area and has a good view of the Olympic Mountains over the top of Magnolia Hill, if the weather is clear

Western Bridge

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