Kerry Park is a small park in Seattle, USA. The park covers only 1.26 acres of land and is situated on the slope of Queen Anne Hill. The park was created after Mr and Mrs Kerry gave the land to the city in 1927, they did this as they thought that the view of Seattle that you get from that part of land needed to be shared with everyone. Since then the park has been shared with all who wanted to visit and its views are as impressive today as they were back then. The park offers views of the city of Seattle and the neighbouring Bainbridge Island and Mount Rainier.
If travelling by car, street parking is available around the area close to the park. The 2, 13 and 29 buses run to the ‘Highland Drive’ bus stop which is a minute walk away from the park.
Opening Times and Admission
The park is open from 4am-11pm daily, it is free for all to access.