Lincoln Park is on the Puget Sound waterfront in West Seattle. Near the Fauntleroy Ferry terminal with access to Vashon Island, Lincoln Park has a healthy mix of outdoor park and shoreline activity, as well as water view homes and quiet residential streets. The park itself is very popular and dog friendly, with lots of space for hiking and picnics.
Lincoln Park in Seattle is a multi-purpose park that has picnic shelters, play areas, bike trails, walking paths, playfields, heated saltwater pool, restrooms, parking lot, and rocky beaches. It has Colman Pool, a public swimming pool right across the beach, and located on the west side of Lincoln Park, and a 14-min walk from the parking lot. Lincoln Park Club House, a playground just a few steps to the open field and the restroom. And Driftwood Sculpture Walk, a museum in Beach Dr. SW, and a nice place to walk along the water. Few businesses near Lincoln Park are Taquitos Feliz (a Mexican restaurant near Solstice Park), and Lincoln Food Mart (a convenience store near Solstice Park). The nearest school is Gatewood Elementary School in SW Myrtle St located east of Lowman Beach Park. If you're looking for a library, there is Little Free Library in 39th Ave SW located east of Solstice Park. Homes in the Lincoln Park area have recently sold for between $220k and $4 million. To see today's real estate listings in Lincoln Park, Seattle, please click the link below.
The Lincoln Park neighborhood is located in West Seattle. Homes for sale in Lincoln Park include foreclosures (bank-owned homes), short sales, new construction, and traditional resale homes. Home styles range from condos to townhomes and single-family homes.
Lincoln Park is a 135 acres (0.55 km2) park in West Seattle between Fauntleroy Way S.W. and Puget Sound. One of Seattle's largest parks, attractions include the paved walkway along the beach, tennis courts, baseball fields, picnic shelters, and a heated saltwater swimming pool during the summer. The park is easily accessible by car, boat or bus and is located next to the Washington State Ferries Fauntleroy terminal. The park is adjacent to the Fauntleroy neighborhood.
The park occupies a headland called Williams Point. The Duwamish called the area "Tight Bluff" (Lushootseed: CHuXáydoos), referring to the dense plant growth.
The park, with its old growth canopy, is a major migratory destination for many species of birds and water fowl, and provides critical nesting habitat during mating season for bald eagles, owls and many other birds. It is also home to over 300 species of birds, many of them year-round residents.
As an urban sanctuary and preserve, Lincoln Park is highly unusual due to its old-growth forest, relatively well conserved natural undergrowth, and ease of access. Over the course of a given year, thousands of hours of volunteer effort go into maintaining this sanctuary for the use by all as a respite from the stresses of a fast-paced urban environment.
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