The five most beautiful parks in Seattle

Once upon a time, an Oscar-winning film called "Sleepless in Seattle" made people remember this poetic and romantic city on the Pacific coast in the northwest of the United States. Beautiful Seattle is the largest city in the state of Washington, located between Puget Sound and Lake Washington. Tranquil harbors and beautiful lakes are adorned with colorful fashionable streets, offering a serene and prosperous, stylish and romantic atmosphere. Seattle boasts fresh air, lush greenery, and abundant foliage, earning it the nickname "Emerald City." Therefore, there are many parks in the city. Here are the top five most beautiful parks in Seattle. Pick a sunny day and take a stroll in the park.

Washington Park Arboretum is located in the northeast of downtown Seattle, covering an area of 230 hectares. Visitors who prefer cycling can ride bicycles in the park. The winding paths at the foot of the park are suitable for a leisurely stroll. There are also several secluded swimming pools and picnic spots in the park. You can bring snacks and watch people paddling kayaks on Lake Washington, enjoying a relaxing afternoon.
In Seattle, the best choice for taking night views is Kerry Park. From this angle, you can capture the Seattle downtown and the Space Needle in the lens. On sunny days, you can also capture the peak of Mount Rainier. If you have patience, you can go up the mountain at dusk to watch the city change from orange to light blue, then to dark blue, and finally to purple. Standing high and watching the city's changing lights, you can imagine the city has all the qualities that meet people's expectations for a beautiful life. Many of Seattle's urban and scenic attractions, such as the Space Needle and Mount Rainier, have been photographed here.
This park was originally an abandoned gas plant, but now it has been transformed into a very interesting park. Artists use the old factory machinery to create unique post-industrial art pieces and display them throughout the lawn. The park offers an ideal place to observe the city's sunset and skyline, and during national holidays, you can enjoy a fantastic fireworks show here.
The beach sand in the west of Seattle is very narrow, separating tall buildings and charming small houses. The beach here is often compared to California beaches, and it is indeed similar when the weather is sunny. When the sun is shining, young people always play volleyball on the beach, and children will taste ice cream. There are many restaurants nearby for you to choose from, especially a lot of fish and chips, coffee and ice cream shops, most of the restaurants are located on the beach, so you can enjoy the taste of food while enjoying the sea view.
Looking from the beach in the northwest part of the city's Golden Gardens, the Olympic Mountains are sharply outlined in the sunset, like cut paper. If you come in the afternoon of summer, it is recommended to leave early, otherwise just finding parking can be a struggle. Renting a bike from Recycled Cycles and following the picturesque Burke-Gillman Trail will take you straight to the park.