Looking for some of the best Valentine's Day spots in Seattle Southside?

Top 5 Most Romantic (and Instagrammable) Sites in Seattle Southside:

  1. Highline Botanical Garden
  2. Des Moines Beach Park
  3. Copperleaf Restaurant
  4. Angle Lake
  5. Green River trail at Byron G. Sneva Bridge


Highline Botanical Garden

Summer Sip in the Garden Botanical Garden
Immediately after stepping foot into this colorful, multiregional oasis, you’ll forget you’re only a few blocks from the airport. This garden is a hidden treasure in Seattle Southside. People of all backgrounds adore the streams running through lush greenery and a colorful rainbow of various flower species sprinkled throughout the gardens. Enjoy the serenity of the sensory garden, the wild colors of Elda Behm’s Paradise Garden, and find your inner Zen in the Seike Japanese Garden.


Des Moines Beach Park

Des Moines Beach Park
Pick your pleasure at the Des Moines Beach Park. Whether it's walking the trail, splashing in the water, or a picnic with a view, there's an outdoor experience for the old and young alike. Find a play area, natural area with trails, a walking path, creek, picnic area, a beach with scenic views and much more.


Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge

Copperleaf Restaurant
Dining is meant to be an experience that excites all the senses, so Copperleaf's cuisine is prepared in a manner that delivers inspiration, fosters discovery, and of course affords exceptional taste. And food tastes even better when it’s prepared with sustainability in mind. Their culinary team puts significant effort into cooking with fresh, local ingredients that heed this environmental mission.


Angle Lake

Angle Lake
Angle Lake Park is a 10 acre lake-front park and the perfect place for a romantic time. Many fun activities for you and your special someone.


Green River trail at Byron G. Sneva Bridge

Green River Trail Bridge

The Green River Trail is 19 miles long and starts at the Cecil Moses Park in Tukwila, winding all the way down to the North Green River Park in south Kent. The trail winds through the Duwamish Waterway in Tukwila and guides commuters down to the Green River Valley. There are excellent views of the Green River itself, but also large landscapes of industrial areas and smaller parks. The trail intersects the northern end of the Interurban Trail at Foster Park. With the scenic landscapes, parks, and river views, this trail is perfect for a stroll on a beautiful day.