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    • Oasis of Green in the south end of Seattle

      Reviewed 23 June 2019

      Lakeridge Park also know as Dead Horse Canyon and Taylor creek are located in the southeast part of the city. Beautiful woods of deciduous trees as well as conifers. With Taylor Creek running through the middle of it you feel transported and transformed by nature.

      Alec D
    • Deep Woods in the City

      Reviewed 12 August 2016

      Lakeridge/Dead Horse Canyon provides a lovely, cooling, break from the sounds and traffic of the busy Rainer Beach area. The park is small and the trail short - going from one end of the park to the other (no loop) - but once one steps into the interior, it feels worlds away. Towering trees are covered in thick layers of moss, ferns are the size of Smartcars and spill over the steep edges of the trail. Far below the nicely-groomed path water can be heard and bubbling glimpses of it can be seen when crossing over the wooden bridges. Though the distant white noise of cars can be heard, it blends in with the water and the call of birds and it's easy to feel as if one is deep into the wild. If you are doing something else in Rainier Beach, Lakeridge is worth a side trip. Walking the trail and back takes well under an hour.

    • Great piece of forest and stream smack dab in the middle of the city

      Reviewed 01 December 2015

      If you live in the Seattle area and just feel like exploring a bit and having an easy hike, this is a great destination! You can hike the whole thing up and back in around an hour or less. The trickiest part for us was figuring out where to park. We had printed a map of the park trail which shows an access to the park at the south end between two houses. Forget it--it's no longer there. You start at the north end, hike around a small loop at the lower end, explore the stream (muddy area) if you want, then return. Note that there are no facilities in this park. And we were initially confused by the apparent lack of any place to park the car. But keep looking, There is space for two cars near the entrance. My favorite thing about this very forest-y trail was the bridges crossing the stream, at least two or three of them. And the remote location is just so out of place, considering that it is surrounded by a south Seattle neighborhood, fairly urban, and just a block or so from the shore of Lake Washington.

      Susan A

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