Enjoying Seattle

Seattle's varied geography encourages a lifetime commitment to personal recreation. Besides hosting some of the most spectacular scenery in the United States. Seattle has more than 6,200 acres of parkland. Walking, biking, rollerblading and jogging, as well as kayaking, sailing, rowing and scuba-diving all can be done within the city limits. Hills, lakes and waterways help to separate Seattle's neighborhoods, giving them unique characteristics and appeal.  If you like an activity, but don't want to do it alone, think of joining one of the area's many of outdoor organizations.  

Seattle is home to a strong and vibrant arts community. The city proudly showcases more than 380 art installations for the public to enjoy.  Exciting sports teams including professional baseball, football and WNBA basketball teams will get you cheering. If that's not enough, semiprofessional sports, such as hockey, along with collegiate sports, including crew, soccer, football and basketball provide year-round entertainment.

The Greater Seattle area is also know for its popular community events.  Day in and day out, you'll find lots of fun things for families and singles to do throughout the Greater Seattle area.
If you would like more detailed information about things to see and do in the Greater Seattle area and ways to enjoy living in the region, view a copy of the current edition of the Greater Seattle InfoGuide.

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