Gas Works Park
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Gas Works Park has a play area with a large play barn, and big hill popular for flying kites. Special park features include a sundial, and a beautiful view of Seattle.
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A beautiful view of the city over lake union! Grab some takeout and some beers and watch the sunset from the hill!
An old gas plant, now a great green space right on the lake. Awesome views of downtown too.
The perfect spot to watch sailboats & float planes land. Iconic views of the city and Space Needle. Bring a blanket and enjoy a picnic from one of the neighborhood restaurants.
Steampunk park with a decommissioned gas works right on Lake Union. Good for picnics and kite-flying. Great place to watch the sun set.
Very unique park with history and a beautiful view of Lake Union. Very popular in summer!
A very iconic part of Seattle. From here you see gorgeous views of the skyline, as well as the beauty that Gas Works is. You can walk to the Fremont Troll from here as well.
Best view of Seattle! Pick up a bottle of Rose and some snacks from PCC and have a sunset picnic!
Great views and the park found in 10 Things I Hate About You when they go paintballing.
A great pace to walk around and picnic with a breathtaking view of the city.
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“Awesome and expansive park with sweeping views of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains.”
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“Solid selection of taps, giant patio (with covering from rain!), and good people watching. No kitchen, but they encourage you to bring food in from nearby restaurants. Kid & dog friendly as well. ”
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