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Nestled in between the neighborhoods of Seward Park, Rainier Beach, and Pritchard Island and on the shores of Lake Washington is Pritchard Beach Park. This park home to the largest wetlands restoration effort in the city of Seattle. More than four acres of wet park land that was formerly used as a city nursery is being restored to something closer to it's original state: a marshy, wildlife-friendly wetland. Additionally, the Prichard Beach Wetland/Wildlife Education Center works in partnership with nearby schools to teach students about the benefits and functions of wetlands.

The Friends of Pritchard Beach Park is the volunteer, neighborhood organization formed to oversee this transformation and be the stewards of this unique place.

See our Calendar of Events page for details on what's going on in Pritchard Park.

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Our Mission

bulletWork together as a community to create a wildlife refuge and education center at Pritchard Beach Park.
bulletCreate a place where people come together and enjoy nature close to home.
bulletProvide opportunities for learning and understanding a unique outdoor habitat in an urban area. 

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Background

The Friends Of Pritchard Beach Park (FOPBP) is a neighborhood volunteer organization working in partnership with the South Division of the Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation (SDPR). Our purpose is the restoration and recreation of the wetlands at Pritchard Beach Park in South Seattle. Click here for full FOPBP background information...

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Contact Information & How to Find Us

Telephone
206-725-4868 (Valerie Rose)
Electronic mail
General Information: fopbp@slingshot.com
Webmaster: fopbp@slingshot.com
Pritchard Bathhouse Rental Information:
Please call the Rainier Beach Community Center at 206-386-1925 for rates and availability.
Maps of the Area:
       
       
These maps were generated by MapPoint.  More maps of the area can be found at the following link:
        http://maps.msn.com/home.aspx?plce1=Pritchard Beach Park&regn1=0

Many thanks to The Seattle Community Network for hosting our web site!

Friends of Pritchard Beach Park

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Last modified: May 12, 2005