Alki Beach Park
|Alki Beach Park|
Alki Beach Park with replica of Statue of Liberty
|Location||West Seattle, Washington, USA|
|Area||135.9 acres (55.0 ha)|
|Operated by||Seattle Parks and Recreation|
Alki Beach Park is a 135.9-acre (55.0 ha) park located in the West Seattle neighborhood of Seattle, Washington that consists of the Elliott Bay beach between Alki Point and Duwamish Head. It has a 0.5 miles (0.80 km) of beachfront, and was the first public salt-water bathing beach on the west coast of the United States. It is open daily from 4am to 11:30pm.
The beach has a replica of the Statue of Liberty that was installed in 1952. The Alki Point Monument memorializing Seattle's pioneer White settlers is also located in the park. Dogs are allowed in the park, but not on the beach, there is a $500.00 fine for pets on the beach.
- Park history, Seattle Parks and Recreation, retrieved 2012-09-05
- Alki Beach Park, Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation. Accessed online 7 December 2007.
- Fleming, S. E. (1919), Civics (supplement): Seattle King County, Seattle: Seattle Public Schools, p. 38.
- Lacitis, Erik (September 8, 2011). "On Alki, a statue of memories". The Seattle Times. p. A1. Retrieved September 22, 2018.
- "Alarm of 'Mine' at Alki Chases 1,000 From Beach". The Seattle Times. June 28, 1959. p. 1.
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