The Pacific Northwest’s first-ever plunge has inspired countless others. Come support the plunge that started it all.
The country’s first-ever Bicycle Sundays was launched in Seattle in 1965. Be part of this iconic Seattle tradition. People pedal, stroll, and jog along the 2.8-mile closed portion of Lake Washington Boulevard, from the Seward Park entrance to Mount Baker Beach.
Part of Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Get Moving Initiative, Big Day of Play is a great way for families to be active together and learn about healthy lifestyles. This free community event draws people from across the Rainier Valley.
Seattle Parks and Recreation continues a beloved Seattle tradition with the Pathway of Lights. This free event features over 2.8 miles of luminaries set along the lake, free hot refreshments, live music and carolers. For the past two years, this popular community event has drawn tens of thousands of people to the lake to enjoy the warm glow of five hot air balloons backlit against the city skyline.