Secure and preserve for the use of the people as much as possible…of water and mountain views and of woodlands. – John Charles Olmsted – regarding the landscape of Fort Lawton This walking tour will be led by members of... Read More
Dori Monson from KIRO Radio Seattle chats with Phillip Vogelzang, President of Friends of Discovery Park, about open space and the future of Discovery Park. You can learn more about this topic by visiting our page here.
The only approved pets allowed on the trails or other areas of the Park are dogs and they must be on leash at all times. Official service dogs are also allowed in the Environmental Learning Center. Note: Dogs are not... Read More
This sign is displayed at the Discovery Park Visitor Center. Discovery Park’s role is to provide an open space of quiet and tranquility for the citizens of this region – a sanctuary where they might escape the turmoil of... Read More
Housing, Health, Energy, and Workers’ Rights Committee 6/6/2019 2:35:24 Agenda: Chair’s Report; Public Comment; Appointments to the City Light Review Panel, Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, Capitol Hill Housing Improvement Program Governing Council; CB 119507: establishing a one-year prohibition on use... Read More
Friends of Discovery Park board member, and retired Magnolia Community Council president, Heidi Carpine worked with landscape architect and author of Discovery Park’s Master Plan forty six years ago today – May 23, 1973. Heidi is still going strong... Read More
Our region’s largest naturalistic public park, Discovery Park, affords the indispensable ingredients for a flourishing humane wilderness environment within an urban city. Equanimity, health and introspection all thrive here. Please watch Peter Ker Walker, co-author of Discovery Park’s Master... Read More