Some friends and I thought about trying to watch fireworks around the city from the Reservoir Park.
Since it’s the highest point in Seattle we thought perhaps we could see something, but I wanted to check with Maple Leaf Life if anything more is known about this. Is any activity planned at the park, and do you think it’s possible to see Seattle (and Bellevue?) fireworks from there?
We know it may not be the best view in the city but it would be convenient to see at least something!
In past years people have often gathered on the southeast side of the old (lower) park to watch the Seattle fireworks. We don’t recall being able to see across the lake to Eastside fireworks.
The view should be spectacularly better from the new Maple Leaf Reservoir Park.
We haven’t yet heard about any organized viewing parties. But the forecast for July 4 is great: Mostly sunny, with a high near 70 and an overnight low of 53 degrees.
Incidentally, we are a high hill – but not the highest
Maple Leaf tops out at 466 feet above sea level on Roosevelt Way Northeast next to the Blue Saucer.
PS: The view from the park is good – but the video above was taken from a houseboat dock on the east side of Lake Union.Tweet