Experience a sunset in Fremont Peak Park



About the Park

Do you dream of a place where you can look out at the mountains, wander among tall trees, and relax in a meadow?

Your dream has become reality, and you can be a part of it. In collaboration with Seattle Parks & Recreation, we have transformed a unique, half-acre view property into a community park.

View our list of donors

Aerial map (click image for full-size view)

View street map of park location

For more information, contact us at info@fremontpeakpark.org


The Ides of March
Mulch Madness

When: March 15, 2015
Sunday - 10:00am-1:00pm
Where: Meet at the park.
What: March Mulch Madness!
No Julius Caeser but mulch drama is on the agenda. Let's spread a little love and mulch around the park and prepare for springtime. Light maintenance activities and mulch are on the agenda.
Tools: Hand tools and gloves furnished, or bring your own.
Snacks: Cookies, iced tea and coffee. Donations always appreciated.

Check out our Adopt-a-Spot Program.


A new way to contribute your gardening interests on your own time!

Learn more here.

Get Involved
Now is an exciting time as the Friends of Fremont Peak Park are an active and committed community of nearby neighbors, nature lovers, and park enthusiasts.

Find Out About the Friends

The Friends of Fremont Peak Park (FoFPP) is a non-profit, neighborhood-based, volunteer organization dedicated to the creation and stewardship of Fremont Peak Park.

View the Design

Read a description of the park design and take a look at the landscape plan.
Park design (click image for more details)