About Fauntleroy Park
Fauntleroy Park is a 28-acre wooded ravine in West Seattle, defined by S.W. Barton Street on the north and 97th Avenue S.W. on the south.  With six entrances and a network of trails, the park is one of the city’s best-preserved reminders of the way Puget Sound lowland forests once were.  Most trails are in a natural state, although some have been supplemented with gravel or boardwalks.

People are encouraged to enjoy their visit and observe the following posted rules:

  - No bike riding within the park
  - No drugs or alcohol within the park
  - No camping or campfires within the park
  - No cutting or removing of any plant materials in the park
  - Please observe current leash and scoop laws for your pet.
  - The park has no public restrooms, parking areas, or recreational facilities.
  - It is closed to the public from sunset to 6 a.m.

Go to Watershed Map for a map of the park's trails and to Nature Walk to print out a self-guided nature walk in the park
Directions to Fauntleroy Park
(Street parking at both entrances)

S.W. Barton Street Entrance From Fauntleroy Way S.W.: Go southbound past Lincoln Park and the ferry terminal, then veer left with the arterial (the name changes three times!). After two stop signs, continue up the hill past Fauntleroy Church and around a big curve to the park sign on your right.

From 35th Ave. S.W.: Turn toward the water at S.W. Barton and go down the hill to the park sign on your left.

By bus: Metro's #54 stops near the park sign.

97th Ave. S.W. Entrance
From 35th Ave. S.W.: Turn toward the water at 98th, then right at 39th and left at 97th to the park sign on your right.

About Fauntleroy Park Nature Walk Park Map Bird List Reports and Studies