Seward Park

Occupying the 200 acre Bailey Peninsula, with three miles of shoreline, and 120 acres of old-growth forest, this city park has forest trails, wildlife, a swimming beach on Andrews Bay, two playgrounds, the Seward Audubon Center, the Clay Studio, summer camps, tennis courts, Shakespeare, community celebrations and open space. All are welcome!

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The Friends of Seward Park

We are volunteers working to preserve and enhance Seward Park, on behalf of all of the park’s visitors, the old-growth forest, and many species of wildlife.

The Friends of Seward Park is a non-profit organization. Your donations are tax deductible (EIN# 36-4504396). We appreciate your donation!

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