Overview45th Avenue West Street End is a small, secluded beach located in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle, United States. The beach is short in length but offers stunning views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.
AmenitiesThere are no lifeguards on duty, but bathroom access is available. Dogs are allowed but must be on a leash. Plan your trip accordingly as 45th Avenue West Street End has few amenities, although it does have picnic tables.
ActivitiesThe sand color is beige and there are many activities available including swimming, kayaking, paddleboarding, and fishing.
ParkingThere is no dedicated parking lot for 45th Avenue West Street End, but street parking is available nearby and is free.
Fun FactFun fact: The beach was originally used as a location for loading and unloading coal from ships in the early 1900s.
AttractionsNearby attractions include Discovery Park, which offers hiking trails, wildlife viewing, and a lighthouse. The Ballard Locks is also a popular tourist destination, offering boat tours and a fish ladder viewing area.
RestaurantsNearby restaurants include Palisade, a seafood restaurant with beautiful views of Elliott Bay, and Red Mill Burgers, known for their delicious burgers and shakes.
HotelsThere are no hotels within walking distance of 45th Avenue West Street End, but there are several options in the nearby neighborhoods of Magnolia, Queen Anne, and Ballard. One popular option is the Inn at the Market, located in downtown Seattle with stunning views of Pike Place Market and the Puget Sound.