Revised Friday, September 30, 2020
Please be advised that the status of activities listed on this page are subject to change at any time.
We are currently in Phase 2 of King County’s re-opening plan.
These popular parks will close at 8:00pm:
|Alki Beach||Green Lake||Washington Park Arboretum|
|Kubota Garden||West Seattle Stadium|
Starting Monday, 9/28, Atlantic City Boat Launch is closed to accommodate the City’s COVID-19 testing site. Boaters, please use Stan Sayres launch, 4 miles north, as an alternate, which will be opened on Monday, 9/28.
Most other boat launches are open, with adjacent parking open as well, except for Ferdinand St. Strict guidelines are in place; read those here.
Anything OPEN requires social distancing:
|Adult Fitness Equipment||Closed|
|Athletic Field Use||Open for groups of 5 and under |
for non-organized use** (see below)
|Basketball||Open for groups of 5 and under|
|BBQ Grills||Open for groups of 5 and under|
|Beaches||See Swimming Areas|
(hand carry & motorized)
|Most open except Atlantic City & Ferdinand St.|
|Boat Moorages||Open to renters only|
|Disc Golf||Open for groups of 5 and under|
|Dog Off-Leash Areas||Open|
|Environmental Learning Centers||Closed|
|Japanese Garden||Open: tickets MUST be purchased in advance online|
|Volunteer Park Conservatory||Closed|
|Gardens||Open Parking lots to other gardens may be closed.|
|Golf||Open for groups of 5 and under|
|Lawn Bowling||Operated by third party|
|Paths||Open (Green Lake and Seward loops pedestrian only)|
|Pickleball Courts||Open for groups of 5 and under|
|Picnic Shelters||Open for reservations of groups of 5 and under|
|Picnic Tables||Open for groups of 5 and under|
|P-Patch Community Garden||Operated by Dept. of Neighborhoods|
|Swimming Areas with Lifeguards||Closed for the season|
|Tennis Court or Tennis Backboard (Outdoor)||Open|
|Weddings and Ceremonies||Closed|
|Volleyball (outdoor)||Open for groups of 5 and under|
|Museums; Restaurants||Operated by third party|
** Athletic Fields: team practice can occur if a) players are limited to groups of five in separate parts of the field, separated by a buffer zone and b) practice can follow social distancing of a minimum of six feet between players with no contact. Each league, organization, or club must publish and follow a “return to play” safety plan. Parents and household members must not congregate on the sidelines during practice.