Garfield Landing SE 30th St & 60th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA98040 The west side of Mercer Island has a number of "landings," which are small parks extending to Lake Washington. One such…More landing is the Garfield Landing, which is at the end of SE 30th St. It is a small green space with a bench on the water.
Covenant Shores Retirement Community 9150 Fortuna Dr, Mercer Island, WA98040 Covenant Shores is one of the oldest and largest not-for-profit retirement housing providers in the nation. It is an…More outgrowth of the Evangelical Covenant Church, founded 1886. The facility, spread over 12 beautiful acres on the shores of Lake Washington, has numerous activities and events that include trips into the cultural attractions of Seattle. Health care is provided.
Miller Landing 4765 Forest Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA98040 The west side of Mercer Island has a number of 'landings,' which are small parks extending a road into Lake Washington.…More One such landing is Miller Landing at the far end of Forest Avenue, near 81 Avenue SE. It is somewhat overlooked and forgotten, but it will take you to the water's edge.
Proctor Landing 5900 SE 32nd St, Mercer Island, WA98040 Proctor Landing is popular with East Seattle neighborhood residents for its small beach and public fishing/recreation…More pier. The pier provides an ideal point to launch canoes, kayaks, paddleboards and other car-top boats into Lake Washington.
72nd Ave SE Landing 1605 72nd Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA98040 The 72nd Ave SE Landing is an undeveloped landing located directly north of the Roanoke Inn. The street-end location…More offers waterfront access to Lake Washington.
Franklin Landing 78th Ave SE & SE 42nd St, Mercer Island, WA98040 Franklin Landing was once part of a network of ferry docks that enabled Islanders to reach other parts of Mercer Island…More and Seattle. The pier is now gone, but the street-end survives as a small park, complete with a wooden bench and Adirondack chair. Access to Lake Washington is reached via a small set of stone steps.