- Marine Sanctuary
- Pathways along waterfront
- Picnic area
- Public Art
- Edmonds Underwater Park - Scuba Diving
The Edmonds Underwater Park is located just north of the Edmonds-Kingston Ferry Landing at the foot of Main Street. The Park includes more than 27 acres of tide and bottom lands of which approximately half have been developed with features and trails specifically for divers. The Park was established at Brackett's Landing in 1970 by city ordinance as a Marine Preserve and Sanctuary. It is the most popular of 10 underwater parks that make up Washington’s underwater park system.
About 25,000 scuba divers visit the Edmonds park each year. Most are among the state's 250,000 trained divers, though 15 percent come from out of state, mostly from Portland and Vancouver, B.C.
50 Railroad Ave.
Edmonds, WA 98208