Genesee Park and Playfield

4316 South Genesee Street
Seattle, WA 98118

206-684-4075

About the park:

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.

Genesee also has a fully fenced 2 1/2 acres off-leash area with double gates, a doggie drinking fountain and a kiosk for community notices.

Park Features:

Dog Off Leash Area

Picnic Sites

Restrooms

Paths

Restrooms (ADA Compliant)

Play Area (ADA Compliant)

Paths (ADA Compliant)

Soccer

Hiking Trails

Hours: 4am - 11:30pm

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