Discovery Park

Discovery Park is a 534 acre natural area park operated by the Seattle Parks and Recreation. It is the largest city park in Seattle, and occupies most of the former Fort Lawton site.

Information for Leaders

Scheduling & Permits

  • If you are scheduling this as a non-course related activity, please limit your group size to the recommended party size. The maximum party size is for use by course field trips only, and includes both students and instructors. Group size maximums do not reflect how course field trips are run (in smaller groups of students and instructors), but allow for course leaders to register the course in our system.
  • This route allows multiple bookings. Please check scheduled trips listed below in the "Activities" tab to see if there is another group already booked on the same day. If so, please coordinate with them to ensure you are carpooling and teaching at different areas.
  • If you are scheduling a course field trip, please contact our Member Services Team to confirm the field trip and any permitting regulations.
  • Land Manager: Discovery Park
  • Parking Permit Required: None
  • Recommended Party Size: 12
  • Maximum Party Size: 50
  • Maximum Route/Place Capacity: 12
Map
3801 Discovery Park Blvd, Seattle, WA 98199
Activities

Upcoming Activities



Seattle Academy - Stewardship - Discovery Park

Youth Field trip: Mountain Workshop - Seattle Academy
students from SAAS work with volunteers from Discovery Park to help with restoration projects and
Thu, Oct 10, 2019
No Prerequisites
9 participants 2 instructors
Registration closes Oct 8
Seattle Branch
Trip Reports
Titles

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  • Discovery Park & Locks
  • Wolf Creek Nature Trail
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