SeaTac received its name from combining Seattle and Tacoma after the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport located in the city. SeaTac is a suburb of the city of Seattle; it is about 10 square miles with over 27,000 people living in it. It belongs to the Highline School District and has 2 high schools, 2 middle schools, and 4 elementary schools.
Grandview Off-Leash Dog Park
Funded by the non-profit volunteer organization DOGS (Dogs of Grandview Supporters), this 34-acre fenced in dog park includes huge grassy fields for pets to run and play in, dirt and paved walking trails, and a dog agility course. There are multiple covered picnic areas as well as many water fountains and plastic bag dispensers.
Highline SeaTac Botanical Gardens
This botanical garden offers the public gorgeous exhibitions, presentations, and programs educating people in the culture, arrangement, and creation of garden art. The banquet hall and gardens are available to rent for events such as weddings and other celebrations.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
The Sea-Tac International Airport is the 8th busiest airport in the entire country and is also one of the fastest growing. This airport has 34 airlines and over 100 different destinations all over North America, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Some of the amenities it offers include multiple dining options, live music schedules, and a children’s play area.
Angle Lake Park
Angle Lake is a large L-shaped body of water that spans over more than 100 acres. The lake is often used for fishing as it is full of rainbow trout, crappie, bass, perch, and catfish. Some of the park amenities include picnic shelters, barbecue grills, restrooms, a large stage for performances, a playground, and a walking trail. There is also a water spray park open in the summertime for visitors to cool off in.
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