Big Howe Park | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
3 days ago
Altitude:
8.6 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
sidburgess

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
No
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Street parking on the west side of the park, under very large trees. Stayed there off and on more than 10 days total. Nearly every night we've seen at least one other camper (all passenger vehicles, vans, etc. no RVs). Portapotty is on the south side of the park.

This place is quiet and Queen Anne is an amazing neighborhood for exploring urban Seattle.

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As previously noted, Queen Anne is a great neighborhood. Big Howe is walkable to Kerry Park to see great views although I would prefer to stay here because it is quieter. Felt very safe

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Stayed here 2 nights, had no issue! Nice neighborhood. Quiet between 12 am-6am. Don’t expect to much, regular street parking.

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Planeamos quedarnos aquí pero encontramos el Kerry Park un poco al sur con una increíble vista de la ciudad. Dormimos ahí al final de la calle para evitar el ruido de lps carros que llegan a tomar fotos de la vista de la ciudad. Noche calmada. Internet lento 2 barras Verizon.

We planned to stay here but found the Kerry park a bit south with an amazing view of the city. Slept there at the end of the street to avoid traffic noise for people coming to take pictures of the view. Worth it. Very calm. Slow 2 bars Verizon.

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Stayed here for a night. Had no issues. Quiet except for some street traffic in the morning. Nice neighborhood near a bunch of stuff.

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scoped it out and let our dog play on the park but did not stay.

very nice area, seems quiet. street is narrow and or RV would stick out, but would not block traffic flow. street has a bit of a slant to it and it's not level by any means

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great location, next to sportsground. Bit of a noise from football training. But gave us a " homely"-feeling. Stayed 2 nights with our truckcamper, saw 1 other Van. Didn't stay during daytime.

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great place near sportsfield. Close to downtown very steep drive

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stayed for 1 night and had no issues in my campervan

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Stayed at the south side near the portapotty toilet. Very quiet. No issues. Beautiful location close to city centre.

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We spend a night her without any problems. 7pm to 7am is free after that 2 hour parking.

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We parked for the day and walked to pike market ( must do great food, vibe). Walking is involved for about 50 minutes one way and it’s hilly so good exercise. Didn’t stay overnight. Road is tight squeeze for 9 feet Wide so we left. Watch for tree branches. Only porta potties and lots of kids.

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Tennagers at the park pretty late but good Seattle place to sleep

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As described, i spent 1 night there and had no problem.

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Ok, quiet, no noise thé nigth
Petite rue résidentielle près du Park de jeux pour enfants, pas d'interdictions

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We crashed here for 1 night in our converted mini-van and had a lovely night. The park is beautiful and the neighbourhood is so cute. A bit noisy - but that doesn't bother us. Lovely to have toilets onsite. We spotted another Vanlifer on the street. Would highly recommend!

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Back for a night. I see two other vans parked on this street for the night.

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Street parking on the west side of the park, under very large trees. Stayed there off and on more than 10 days total. Nearly every night we've seen at least one other camper (all passenger vehicles, vans, etc. no RVs). Portapotty is on the south side of the park.

This place is quiet and Queen Anne is an amazing neighborhood for exploring urban Seattle.

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