melleemel: "Dangerously delicious; practically like ice cream. If you're headed home to a fridge, I suggest you get larger containers to go, they last for days really well! Just scoop w clean spoons each time"
Mark B: "Beautiful exhibition of glass artwork by Chihuly.A must see for this awesome art form.Amazing what they can do with glass.Tickets are $25 but you can also bundle a ticket to go up the Seattle Needle."
Chad Horner: "the menu of pastas is constantly changing, but you most likely can't go wrong. order the cheesy foccacia as a side if it's available - perfect for soaking up the sauce at the end of your meal"
HISTORY: "Although the park has a beach it's not a prime spot for swimming as the water's cold & the beach rocky. One trail extends to Puget Sound & after a lengthy walk you'll find a lighthouse and tide pools."
Sam Grossberg: "The coolest park in Seattle. Watch the sunset over the Olympics. Take a 3-mile loop hike that feels like you're in the rainforest. Head to the beach and lighthouse if you have time."
NiteLite: "Scenic views, playground for all ages, and if you walk the trail halfway, there's a great spot right on the water to take a break so you can enjoy the view of Lake Washington and skip some rocks"
Maria Nichol: "Great place to run or walk or exercise that's right on Lake Washington! Super family friendly and just a breath of fresh air (construction is and will be going on for the next twoish years)!"
Jess Naldo: "Awesome place with super nice staff and fellow boulder buddies. $16 for first timers with free shoe rental and Bouldering 101! Fitness and yoga classes look great too. Can't wait to come back!"
Mangangá Angola: "After less than one year as a member Sbp has changed my life forever for the better. Most of the veteran staff are really helpful and willing to teach on the spot. Great place to boulder."