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Madison Park

With incredible views of Mount Rainier and Lake Washington, Seattle’s Madison Park neighborhood is one of the city’s most sought-after residential enclaves. Add to the views locally owned cafes, pubs, coffee and ice-cream shops, boutiques, and salons, and it’s also one of the most pleasant neighborhoods to visit.
 
Madison Park Beach
Eric Sheckler
Madison Park is named after a 24-acre lakeside haven that draws Seattleites all summer to its grassy shore for sunbathing, swimming and concerts. Tennis courts and a floating platform with diving boards give beach-goers a chance to show off their skills, and a futuristic-looking playground keeps the kids entertained for hours. A charming, upscale commercial area along Madison Avenue, just a short walk from the park, serves those who visit year-round.
 
The 230-acre Washington Park Arboretum also sits on the shore of Lake Washington in Madison Park and is considered one of the country’s finest public gardens. The botanic garden features plants from around the Pacific Ocean region, and there’s also a formal Japanese garden.  

Eat in Madison Park

Daniel's Broiler
200 Lake Washington Blvd Seattle WA 98122
Phone: 206 329-4191
Website: http://schwartzbros.com/daniels-broiler
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Steakhouse $$$$. Small, plush, intimate USDA prime steakhouse in converted boathouse overlooking moored sailboats and Mount Rainier at Leschi on Lake Washington. Dinner daily. Reservations recommended. HA

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To reach Madison Park by car from downtown Seattle, head east on Madison Street. King County Metro bus route 11 also follows Madison Street from downtown, stopping steps from the park and Lake Washington.