Haines Wharf Park, Edmonds Washington (Seattle area)

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Here is a video I made of kids playing at the park.

Haines Wharf Park in Edmonds Washington is the most amazing pocket park.  There is a lot packed into this little park.  The views of the Puget Sound and Olympic mountains are stunning.   On the street above the park there is an overlook to view the sunset and a nearby interpretive sign to learn the names of the mountain peaks….

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About Landscape Architect Jake

I'm passionate about all aspects of landscape architecture.
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