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David E Brink Park

The David E Brink Park is a smaller, hillside park overlooking Lake Washington in Kirkland, on Seattle’s Eastside.

It’s directly off Lake Street South, making it easily accessible from the road. However, only on-street parking is available.

This beautifully landscaped park has sloping lawns, pathways and lots of benches, and is primarily used for sunbathing and relaxing in summer.

There are no lifeguards in summer, and just two small gravel beaches at either end of the park, so this is not one of Kirkland's popular swimming areas. However, you can launch kayaks and paddleboards from the beaches at David E Brink Park.

5 best things to do at David E Brink Park

1. Sunbathe on the lawns

2. Stroll along the path

3. Walk on the pier

4. See the beautiful Water Bearers Sculpture

5. Explore South Pocket Beach

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