Activities are endless at Redondo Beach, Pier, Boat Launch, and Boardwalk! Explore the MaST Center, enjoy a gourmet lunch at Salty’s Redondo Beach Seafood Grill, walk the boardwalk, and stroll along the beach. The MaST Center is Highline College’s marine biology and aquarium facility, showcasing a hands-on aquarium and a 38-foot Gray Whale skeleton! Salty’s Seafood Grill is a hidden gem on Puget Sound, with spectacular views of the Olympic Mountains & Maury Island. Its award-winning cuisine is made with the freshest ingredients available, and everything is prepared with style. It is well-known for its fabulous Sunday Brunch and was voted the best in the Nation by MSN-Citysearch.com. Adventure type? In the summer, rent a kayak or paddleboard from Olympic Outdoor Adventure Center right on the beach and cruise the waters. The small neighborhood of Redondo showcases tranquil waterfront homes designed to please the eye.
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The Des Moines Field House and Park, the only full-log cabin in Washington State, was built in 1939 as part of a Depression-era recovery program. The House was designated as a King County Historic Landmark in 1984 and features the following park amenities:
Wooton Park at Redondo and its accompanying amenities are open to the general public daily from 8:00am-dusk. Park amenities include half basketball court, a playground located near the north end of the park, lighted walkways, a large open grassy area for play, five uncovered picnic tables, a beautiful rose garden, and a large parking lot across Redondo Way. Public restrooms are located across Redondo Beach Drive, adjacent to the pier.