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Now that Seattle is getting a fair amount of warm and hot weather it's a perfect time to visit Madison Beach. There normally is plenty of parking within walking distance. Lots of places nearby to get something to eat or drink.
Madison beach has a mix of open and shaded areas, lovely clean and warm water, a supervised swimming section and lovely places to eat/drink nearby. It's safe for little ones as the gradient into the water is very gradual.
This is a surprisingly large beach entry for a private neighborhood. At the very end of Madison, there is a nice, well kept park and usually some street parking. As the summer gets closer, that parking will become more sparse, but right now, you can...More
We stayed at a lovely airbnb in the Madison Park area of Seattle and were delighted to find this beautiful park for our 16-month-old granddaughter and yellow lab. The beach and the park were immaculate and both the baby and the dog found plenty to...More
It was near 90 in Seattle, so I just typed in "beach" on google maps. This park came up with pics of the diving boards and raft. Heck yes.... There isn't really a beach here, it's a grassy yard, but the view, breeze, clean water...More
Madison Park is a 15 minute drive from downtown Seattle, You can't miss it. Drive East as far as you can on Mdison St. Just make sure you stop at the intersection of Madison and the lake (Lake Washington). The urban village of Madison Park...More
My husband and I travelled to Seattle in our Van for the Blue Jays vs Mariners games. We love the quick 15 min drive to Madison Park, were we can park and stay for the night (discretely of course). There are open public washrooms, cafe's,...More