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GREENLAKE - One of Seattle's most beloved neighborhoods enticing visitors with its vast array of activities. The expanse of water and green space in the center of a dense urban neighborhood draws thousands of people daily from all over the city - a social gathering place surrounded by a multitude…
Take a run or walk around infamous Greenlake! It's lush and beautiful with many eateries surrounding the lake. You can also rent peddle boats and canoes. Fun scene!
Walk the city park lake and stop at one of the many great restaurants along the way. The lake is close to the Woodland park zoo along with walking trails up to the zoo.
Green Lake is not the top sight to see in Seattle, but it is definitely a great staple for a little fresh air. It's a 3+ mile loop around the lake and well used by locals.
Whether you want to go for a long walk, jog or simply sit and people watch Greenlake has it all along with restaurants, coffee shops and playgrounds.
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