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Seahurst Park

Summary
Seahurst Park, in Burien, Washington (a suburb of Seattle), is a park with forests and a beach on Puget Sound. Originally a King County park, it was given to the newly incorporated city of Burien in 1996. The beach is about long, and the upper part of the beach has been made into a sea wall. Geology The western border of the park is a beach on Puget Sound. At the eastern edge of the park the elevation is as high as . The beach is undergoing a restoration to a more natural state, the biggest part of which is removing a 35-year-old seawall and replacing it with a sloping beach. There are two primary streams in the park one on the south end and one on the north. Between the streams a steep slope runs along the shore just above the beach. The north creek basin contains a large wetland area that extends back from the beach nearly to the eastern border of the park in some places. Many of the slopes in Seahurst Park are considered unstable and there is historical evidence of
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