Pond Park surrounds the pond created as part of High Point’s natural draining system. Enjoy art installations, a walking path and benches where you can relax and enjoy the views and watch the water birds skipping across the pond’s surface.
Stand and admire one of the most spectacular views of Seattle’s skyline and Elliot Bay. The View Point Park has zones for play with exciting play equipment and places for reflection with paths, benches and amazing views.
Central Park is a wonderful place to gather. Large, level open spaces can be turned into an impromptu soccer pitch or filled with a neighborhood gathering. Community gardens bring neighbors together to enjoy the healthy lifestyle of gardening. The inviting walking path winds up a gentle mound offering views of the neighborhood and Seattle’s skyline. Neighborhood House on the park’s North side provides a wide variety of social, recreational and academic opportunities.
High Point Park includes an 11-acre playfield with of two baseball fields and a lighted sand soccer pitch used primarily by recreational sports groups. It is also home to the High Point Community Center, tennis courts, a play area and restrooms.
West Seattle scene: Trivia, the District 1 campaign edition Thu, 02 Jul 2015 09:40:57 +0000 - As previewed here Monday, this week’s Wednesday night trivia at Talarico’s in The Junction featured a special guest team – some of the present-and-past City Council District 1 candidates. Trivia host Phillip Tavel – in the race him...