OverviewLocated in the North Beach neighborhood of Seattle, 98th St Street End is a small, secluded beach with a length of approximately 100 feet. The sand color is light brown and there are no lifeguards on duty or restroom facilities.
ActivitiesDogs are allowed but must be on a leash.
ParkingThere is a small street parking area available at 98th St Street End, but it is limited and can fill up quickly on busy days. Parking is free of charge.
Fun FactFun fact: 98th St Street End was once a popular destination for picnics and family gatherings in the early 1900s, before becoming a public street end in the 1950s.
AttractionsNearby attractions include the Golden Gardens Park, Carkeek Park, and the Ballard Locks. Visitors can also enjoy hiking trails, birdwatching, and fishing in the area.
RestaurantsNearby restaurants include North Beach Fish Market, featuring seafood cuisine, and Bick's Broadview Grill, offering American comfort food. Both are within a short drive of 98th St Street End.
HotelsFor those looking to stay in the area, nearby hotels include the Inn at El Gaucho and the Hotel Ballard, both of which offer luxurious accommodations and amenities.