Angle Lake Park

19408 International Blvd.
SeaTac, WA 98188

Angle Lake Park, a 10 acre lake-front park, is the perfect place to cool off in the summer. Swimming, boating, and fishing are fun activities for the entire family. A spray park play area recently opened with many fun water features. There is also a barbeque area and picnic shelter and plenty of room to play games. Angle Lake Park is home to many community events including SeaTac International Festival held each year in June.

Features: spray park, boat launch, fishing pier, playground equipment, open recreation area, stage, picnic shelter, barbecue area, restrooms, and swimming.

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This attraction is located about 1.2 miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
Duration:about 2 hours

Open dawn to dusk.

(The gate at Angle Lake Park is unlocked by 8:00 a.m.)

Features:Free Parking
Handicapped Accessible
Motorcoach Parking
Does Not Accept Cash
Does Not Accept Credit Cards

Visitor Reviews

  • Saturday May 09, 2015
    Spent the afternoon relaxing and feeding the ducks at Angle Lake in April. It was our last stop before flying back home to Australia. The kids loved the playground and the flowers and garden beds were bursting with colour! A lovely spot for nature photography, picnics and just finding some quiet time on a blanket under the shade of huge impressive trees.
    — Linda

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