Friends Of Madrona Woods Madrona Woods


Madrona Woods is a 9.2-acre forested hillside in the city-owned Madrona Park near Lake Washington, due east of downtown Seattle.  It is named both for the city neighborhood in which it is located and for the Pacific madrona trees which grow on the site.  Its eastern boundary is Lake Washington Boulevard and its western boundary is 38th Avenue. It stretches from Spring Street on the north to Columbia Street on the south. There are main entrances at 38th and Marion, Spring and Grand, and Lake Washington Boulevard across from the dance studio, and secondary entrances at 38th and Columbia, 38th near the northwest corner, and Spring and Newport.

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    Weirs below Spring Street
  • Mission Statement

    The Friends of Madrona Woods strive to restore the Woods to a healthy, natural state by removing non-native invasive plants and revegetating with diverse native plants and to make the Woods safe and accessible through an environmentally friendly trail system.