Parks

Kerry Park with the Seattle skyline in the background. Photo credit: SeattlePro.com

Kerry Park with the Seattle skyline in the background. Photo credit: SeattlePro.com

With its sweeping views of Lake Union, Elliott Bay, the downtown Seattle skyline, and more, Queen Anne is a premier place for viewpoints and parks. The hill is dotted with small green spaces, playing fields, and even historic staircases for playing, picnicking, and traveling around Queen Anne.

Please contact Seattle Parks and Recreation with questions or for more information on any of these parks. Call (206) 684-4075.

Kerry Park (Franklin Place)
211 W Highland Dr.,
Seattle, WA 98119

Kinnear Park
899 W Olympic Pl.,
Seattle, WA 98119

West Queen Anne Playfield
150 W Blaine St.,
Seattle, WA 98119

East Queen Playground
1912 Warren Ave N,
Seattle, WA 98109

Counterbalance Park
Queen Anne Ave N & Roy St.,
Seattle, WA 98109

Marshall Park
7th Ave W & W Highland Dr.,
Seattle, WA 98119

Parsons Gardens
7th Ave W & W Highland Dr.,
Seattle, WA 98119

Bhy Kracke Park
1215 5th Ave N,
Seattle, WA 98109

Trolley Hill Park
5th Ave W & W Blaine St.,
Seattle, WA 98109

Coe Play Park
2420 7th Ave W,
Seattle, WA 98119

Ward Springs Park
4th Ave N & Ward St.,
Seattle, WA 98109

Maclean Park
Taylor Ave N & Newton St.,
Seattle, WA 98109

Wolf Creek Ravine Natural Area
McGraw St. between 2nd Ave N & Nobb Hill Ave. N,
Seattle, WA 98109

Thomas C. Wales Park
2401 6th Ave N,
Seattle, WA 98109

Mayfair Park
2600 2nd Ave N,
Seattle, WA 98109

David Rodgers Park
2800 1st Ave W,
Seattle, WA 98119

Queen Anne Bowl Playfield
2806 3rd Ave W,
Seattle, WA 98119

West Ewing Mini Park
3rd Ave W & W Ewing St.,
Seattle, WA 98119

Northeast Queen Anne Greenbelt
Dexter Way N, Lynn St. to Wheeler,
Seattle, WA 98109

Southwest Queen Anne Greenbelt
12th Ave. W & W Howe St.,
Seattle, WA 98119

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