Terry Pettus Park

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Terry Pettus Park as seen from Lake Union

Terry Pettus Park is a 0.9-acre (3,600 m2) park located in Seattle, Washington, on the eastern shoreline of Lake Union at Fairview Avenue E. and E. Newton Street. It includes shoreline access and a public float.

The park is named after Terry Pettus, an activist who played a crucial role in saving Lake Union's houseboats.[1]

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  1. ^ Eric Scigliano, "What a Hoot!", Seattle Metropolitan, December 2008 [52-54]. p.54.

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Coordinates: 47°38′12″N 122°19′45″W / 47.6367°N 122.3293°W / 47.6367; -122.3293