This is absolutely the most peaceful, secluded small park I have ever visited. The views of the Puget Sound are spectacular. During the season the rose arbor is full with fragrant bloom. The packed sand walkways are charming as you wind your way along rows and rows of blooming shrubs, over and around small streams as you make your way... 更多
What a great historical story of this park and a great thing the community did to preserve it and give it to the people since it is on the waterfront. We found this as we were exploring the area, what a pleasant surprise. Nearly 200 volunteers helped to create this park in 1904, it was the first public park. It... 更多
Don't miss checking out this sweet spot in Port Townsend. A beautiful park with an ocean view. Great spot for picnics, parties, couples. You can walk to the beach right from the park. There are also swinging park benches, sweet. <3 Love this park!
This is a quiet city park with room to stroll or play, with beach access as well. It is a short walk from downtown and the beach is very scenic.
The pleasant grassy meadow, the view over Admiralty Inlet, the walk down to the beach, and the giant-leaved Gunneras in the tiny garden.
This is an amazing and huge park, There are two play areas for children, one for younger kids and one for older kids. There is a path and ramp to a walking beach with a small area of sand to play in - not a swimming srea. At low time, there is more area to walk, and at high tide... 更多
Chetzemoka Park is the oldest civic park in Port Townsend, named for the S'Klallam chief who helped prevent war with the settlers. The City takes good care of the place: green grass, a small playground, gazebo, rose garden, kitchen shelter, swings, and beach access. There is a small off-leash dog park next door. The park is five blocks from downtown.... 更多