This artificial lake is home to a variety of geese, ducks and other wildlife. It is also popular with swimmers, runners, crew ... More
Green Lake Park
This artificial lake is home to a variety of geese, ducks and other wildlife. It is also popular with swimmers, runners, crew teams and cyclists. One lap around the lake is a mere 2.8 miles, and you can rent in-line skates or beach cruisers at nearby Gregg's Greenlake Cycle. Rowboats and paddle-boats can also be rented during the spring and summer months. Dogs are most welcome, as long as owners clean up after them. The park is conveniently located in one of North Seattle's quiet neighborhoods with great restaurants, cafes and supermarkets nearby.
This park is one of the best parks I have been too. One day me and my friends drove from Canada to seattle and just went to all the parks! I love it because Green Lake is a park in the midst of a huge city! but yet you don't quite feel like you are in a park! it rocks.. the lake is beatuful and lots of things to do and see!
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