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McGilvra Place
McGilvra Place is a small, tree-shaded triangle at the intersection of E. Madison St., E. Pike St. and 15th Ave.
McGraw Square
McGraw Square was acquired by the City in 1911 "for a public square" and designated as a Landmark in 1985. Since 2011, it has been managed and maintained by Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT). For event permitting of McGraw Square, please contact SDOT at or 206-684-5267.
Meadowbrook Playfield
Located near Nathan Hale High School, and Meadowbrook Community Center and pool, Meadowbrook Playfield includes playfields, lighted tennis courts, a children's play area, and meadows.
Me-Kwa-Mooks Natural Area
The Me-Kwa-Mooks Natural Area extends both north and south of Me-Kwa-Mooks Park in West Seattle.
Me-Kwa-Mooks Park
Me-Kwa-Mooks Park is across the street from the Emma Schmitz Memorial Overlook and immediately south of Me-Kwa-Mooks Natural Area. Picnic tables are set up on the lawn at the park entry (on Beach Dr. SW between SW Genesee and SW Oregon St.). Most of the park stretches up the hillside and extends north and farther south on land that is largely undeveloped. The dense trees provide habitat for many birds, including screech owls.
Meridian Playground
Meridian Playground is a quiet neighborhood park. It contains a large grassy area for any open activities, a play area and a gazebo near the shelter.
Miller Playfield
Miller Playfield is located next to the Miller Community Center and has space for soccer, baseball, softball, a nice play area, and a beautiful spraypark fountain for cooling off in the summer.
Miller Triangle
This space is a narrow triangle of land across E Thomas St from Miller Playground, and running between E Thomas and E John streets from 20th Ave E to 21st Ave E.
Mineral Springs Park
Mineral Springs Park, along the southern edge of Northgate Way between N 105th and N 107th, occupies land formerly occupied by homes and small farms. Many of the remaining landscaping features suggest the park's history, such as stone walls, steps, small ponds, and exotic plants.
Mock Creek Ravine
Park features dense undergrowth, a trickling stream, and a birdhouse.
Montlake Boulevard
This park space is the green planted center strips along Montlake Boulevard.
Montlake Playfield
Located adjacent to Montlake Community Center, Montlake playfield includes a children’s play area, playfields, and tennis courts.
Morgan Junction
A great small park with benches and landscaped walkway, this space is a perfect place to rest.
Mount Baker Boulevard
This park was originally created and named by the Mount Baker Tract Improvement Company, which platted their real estate development in the area as the Mount Baker Park Addition. They promoted the area for its sweeping views from Mount Baker to Mount Rainier. This park is a narrow, winding greenway along the road by the same name.
Mount Baker Park
Mount Baker Park is a gentle ravine boulevard sloping down to Colman Park and the Mount Baker Bathing Beach on Lake Washington…Local residents picnic and play tennis here, or set the kids loose in a small playground in the southwest corner. Others stroll down a wide pathway—under maples, mountain ash, and chestnut trees—to Lake Washington Boulevard and the beach. Restrooms are located partway down the path. The northernmost end of the park is the starting point for Bicycle Sunday.
Mount Claire Park
Named for the adjacent Mt Claire Drive, located at Mt Claire Dr S and Shoreland Dr S., this is a natural area.
Mt Baker Ridge Viewpoint
A very cool viewpoint, this park offers sweeping views of downtown, Puget Sound, and the Olympics to the west
Myrtle Edwards Park
Myrtle Edwards Park has a 1.25-mile winding bike and pedestrian paths along Elliott Bay, fantastic views of the Olympics Mountains, Mount Rainier, and Puget Sound, easy access from downtown and easy connection to bike paths to Magnolia.
Myrtle Reservoir
This park includes an open grass field on top of the lidded reservoir for informal play with a pathway circling the field and ADA accessible pathways. The children's play area features open toy structures to enhance visibility and provide for better security. A viewing plaza north of the lid includes an interpretive element indicating High Point's elevation as well as that of other prominent hills on the Seattle skyline.
Nantes Park
This small neighborhood park offers some benches and a short walking path, some big trees, and a lawn area perfect for picnics or lounging.
Nathan Hale Playfield
Named for the adjacent high school, this sports field has a track and soccer options.
NE 130th Street End
This tiny beach is accessible by foot or by bike, and is most easily reached by the Burke-Gilman Trail. The site had been a public small street-end beach property used by the community since the early 1900's. In 2013, it became clear that the land was not, in fact, publicly owned. Neighboring community members rallied the City to help restore public access to this waterfront property.
NE 60th Street Park
No parks sign, but this little strip features a sidewalk and a couple of slender green areas with vegetation obscuring the sound wall for the interstate. If you follow the sidewalk northward around the bend, it ends at a "Community Orchard" on a strip owned by SDOT.
Nora's Woods
This is a great little neighborhood park occupying a small space with a wonderful forest, plants, many benches as well as nice walking paths up and down the gently sloping hillside.
North Beach Park
This wooded ravine is in northwest Seattle. It is located between 28th and 30th Avenues NW, and includes a mix of private and public ownership, primarily between NW 90th and NW 92nd Streets.
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