Woodland Park

1000 North 50th Street
Seattle, WA 98103

206-684-4075

About the 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.

The side west of Aurora is largely occupied by the Woodland Park Zoo, but also includes some picnic space, a formal rose garden, a few open spaces, and a play area for children.

East of Aurora, just south of Green Lake Park, the park is an ideal spot for picnics with reservable picnic areas, barbecues, woods, pleasant grassy hills and pathways. It is also one of the city's most active hubs for sports and recreation, including walkway paths, several playfields, tennis courts, lawn bowling, horseshoe pits, a skatepark, and a large, wooded dog off-leash area.

Park Features:

Dog Off Leash Area

Decorative Fountain

Lawn Bowling

Picnic Sites

Rental Facility

Restrooms

Skatepark

Tennis Court (Outdoor)

Tennis Lights

Paths

Woods

Restrooms (ADA Compliant)

Play Area (ADA Compliant)

Soccer

Baseball/Softball

Track

Horseshoe Pits

BMX Dirt Jumps

Hours: 4am - 11:30pm

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