|Location||Old Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland|
|Area||27 hectares (27,000 m²)|
|Created||(bought by the city) 1947|
|Operated by||Aberdeen City Council|
|Status||Open all year|
The River Don passes along the edge of the park. There is a beautiful flower bed area that is maintained to a high standard with new flowers planted every year, and also a secluded set of walled gardens next to a small (private) housing mews called Seaton Stables.
The park is often used as a cut through from the University of Aberdeen students to get from campus (via The Chanonry, alongside St Machar's Cathedral) to Hillhead Halls of Residence, in spite of warnings from University authorities to be cautious due to the lack of street lighting.
- "Seaton Park". Gazetteer for Scotland. Retrieved 14 January 2018.
- Riordan, Conor (7 March 2016). "Campaign launched to improve safety at Aberdeen's Seaton park". Evening Express. Aberdeen. Retrieved 14 January 2018.
- McKay, Danny (27 July 2016). "Aberdeen park's wetlands project makes splash at opening". Evening Express. Aberdeen. Retrieved 14 January 2018.
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