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David Brink Park

David Brink David E. Brink Park
555 Lake Street South
Open all year, dawn to dusk

Named after the David E. Brink, the Kirkland parks director responsible for establishing many other Kirkland waterfront beach parks in the 1960s, this quiet, romantic park lies within walking distance of downtown Kirkland. There are terrific panoramic views of the lake and Seattle from the park's viewing platform.



Highlights of David E. Brink Park:

  • Fishing dock
  • Picnicking
  • Outdoor sculpture include: Water Bearers
  • Viewing platform
  • Beautiful willows
  • Seattle views
  • Parking available on site and along street
 

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