Date: 11/14/17 3:33 pm
From: Rick Tyler <rhtyler...>
Subject: [Tweeters] Lighthouse parking at Discovery Park in Seattle
Hello Tweets,

Several people took time to respond to my question from last week. Thank
you!

The rule is that you have to have a pass to park at West Point (the
lighthouse). The only way to get a pass is to request one from the park
office which opens at 8:30. If you want to do dawn birding, you have to
walk in from a parking lot. If you show up at or after 8:30 you need to be
63 years old or older, or have a documented disability as to why you need
the pass. Or, you need to have a person with a disability in your car. If
there is no one in the office (as there was not last Saturday) you are out
of luck -- no passes.

Some summer weekends there is a shuttle bus to the beach.

The park is more than 500 acres -- couldn't they spare a couple of them for
more parking at the point?

--
Rick Tyler

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