Located on 39th Avenue E. and E. Harrison St. End, the Secret Beach is a beach truly kept secret by those who have visited the place; for a pretty obvious reason.
The Secret beach is a pretty low-key beach that provides a fairly necessary break from the hustles of some famous parks and beaches in Seattle; therefore, it is mainly kept as a secret and forget about tourists; even many Seattleites don’t know about it.
The Secret Beach stretches along lake Washington and gives its visitors satisfying aesthetic views. Moreover, thanks to a myriad of activities on offer, the visitors will not be left bored at the secret beach. Not only that, but the visitors can have a picnic at the grassy area of the beach or read some of their favorite books on wooden benches, wade their feet in the low sandy tide, or watch the sunset with their loved ones.
I reckon the Secret beach is indeed worth a shot if you haven’t visited it yet but make sure to keep it a secret and not let it out, or else many of us would lose the escape that this glorious location provides us from the heavy crowds present at some of the other parks and beaches.
Location: 39th Avenue E. and E. Harrison St. End