A small, but mighty park, Myrtle Edwards Park is a 1.25-mile waterfront park with winding bike and pedestrian paths running along Elliot Bay. Myrtle Edwards Park is conveniently located between Seattle’s Belltown and Lower Queen Anne neighborhoods.
The Elliot Bay Trail runs the length of the park, but it also connects with several downtown biking lanes and trails, which will take you around the city, wherever you’re headed. It also connects, via the Elliot Bay Trail.
It offers fantastic views of the Olympic Mountains, Mount Rainier, and the Puget sound, making it the perfect place for people to exercise, play, and photograph. Enjoy sunsets along the Puget Sound.
Mytrle Edwards Park also connects to Seattle’s Centennial Park and Elliot Bay Park. Centennial Park is an 11-acre waterfront park, with 4,1000 linear feet of Puget Sound shoreline, and offers amenities including a bike and pedestrian path, pull-up and parallel bars, rose garden, picnic tables, benches, and restrooms.
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