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Centennial Park

Formerly known as Elliott Bay Park, in 2011, Centennial Park was rededicated to commemorate the port’s 100th anniversary. Featuring scenic green space and occasional seal and sea lion activity in Elliott Bay, it's regarded as one of the premier waterfront parks in Seattle.

Park Features:

  • 11 acre park
  • 4,100 linear feet of shoreline
  • Tackle shop
  • Rose garden
  • Bike and pedestrian path
  • Pull-up and parallel bars, inclined bench
  • View grain terminal operations
  • View of Elliott Bay, Mount Rainier, and Olympic Mountains
  • Picnic tables, benches and restrooms
  • Hours: Dawn to dusk
  • Occasional seal and sea lion activity in Elliott Bay

Public Notice: The Port of Seattle and the Department of Fish and Wildlife are working together to determine the future of the Fishing Pier at Centennial Park. Safety hazards associated with the pier’s structure and utilities prompted its indefinite closure. The public is welcome to fish at the facilities at Pier 69, just down the street.

 

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