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Plymouth Pillars Park

6 a.m. - 10 p.m.
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Views Dog Off Leash Areas Drinking fountains

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Located at the base of Capitol Hill on the Pike-Pine corridor, Plymouth Pillars Park features a close-up panoramic view of urban center of Seattle. The newly renovated park features a dog off-leash area, benches, a pedestrian corridor and public art.

The park's four pillars are a gift from nearby Plymouth Church (6th Ave. & University St.). Built in 1911, the church sustained major earthquake damage in 1965 and was rebuilt in the same location—minus pillars.

Plymouth Pillars Park Off-Leash Area

Plymouth Pillars Park, 1050 Pike St, Seattle, WA


Plymouth Pillars off-leash area is located just east of downtown. It is about .2 acres with a long, narrow design, and with a scenic view of downtown. The surface is crushed rock, and it has a unique human/dog drinking fountain inside the dog park.

Parks and Recreation

AP Diaz, Interim Superintendent
Mailing Address: 100 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA, 98109
Phone: (206) 684-4075
Fax: (206) 615-1813
pks_info@seattle.gov
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