cruise logo Alki Beach Park

A destination for locals on hot summer days, Alki Beach Park is 2.5-miles long, with a half-mile beachfront that was the first bathing beach on the west coast of the U.S. in 1910. Alki Beach is also the landing site of the first white settlers in Seattle, back on a miserably cold and rainy day in November of 1851. The park also contains a bathhouse built in 1911, and a small replica Statue of Liberty.