The 10 Best Spots to Propose in Seattle for Nature Lovers

When it comes to engagement spots, Seattle and the greater area is ripe with hidden gems. The iconic city is steeped in natural beauty making it the perfect place to plan a proposal. From deep evergreen forests and beautiful mountains to rich cultural attractions and sapphire blue waters, narrowing down the best spots was quite the challenge. We honed in on the best the Pacific Northwest has to offer and curated a list of the most idyllic locations to propose in Seattle.


Kerry Park

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Kerry Park is a staple of the city. Sunset at this stunning location lends itself to beautiful views of the Seattle skyline. Located on Queen Anne Hill, Kerry Park towers above its surroundings. With Mt. Rainier at your back and the glow of the Space Needle reflecting off the water, Kerry Park is a strong contender to plan your proposal.


Discovery Park
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If you’re on the hunt for a classically romantic location, Discovery Park might just be the answer. With over 534 acres, this vast park contains an assortment of nature’s treasures. Dense with gorgeous hiking trails, meadows, sea cliffs, tidal beaches, forest groves, and active sand dunes, there’s little you can’t find at this location. Make a day of your proposal and spend time scoping the perfect backdrop to set the scene. Whether you opt for a protected beach or an open meadow, you won’t be disappointed. 


Snoqualmie Falls

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The scenic waterfall at Snoqualmie Falls is iconic in Washington. Located just about 30 miles outside of Seattle, the views are undoubtedly worth the trip. The nearly 300-foot waterfall offers spectacular views. Although this location draws in many tourists, you may have some luck finding a secluded spot if you hike down to the bottom of the falls. Another great option is to stay the weekend at one of the beautiful resorts near the falls. 


Washington Park Arboretum

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Rich with 230 acres of botanic gardens, the Washington Park Arboretum is the perfect engagement location for nature lovers. The public park has seven different thematic gardens, hundreds of plant varieties, countless ponds, and several trails. If you can plan your proposal in the spring or autumn time, you may find yourself among flowering cherry trees and magnolias. Make sure to check the park hours before you go as it is only open to the public Wednesday-Sunday until 4:00 PM. 


Rattlesnake Ledge

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For all of the mountaineers out there, Rattlesnake Ledge is a dream proposal spot. Although the mountain range is about 35 miles southeast of Seattle, you can easily spend the entire day there, making the trip well worth the drive to North Bend. As you venture through the forest on your way up, you’ll sneak some beautiful views of the Cedar River, Mount Si, Mount Washington, Rattlesnake Lake, and Chester Morse Lake. If you’re an early riser, getting a head start on this trail may work in your favor. While the hike itself isn’t overly strenuous, catching the morning sunrise on the ridge is such an incredible sight, you’ll want to share it with your soon-to-be bride or groom.


Bloedel Reserve

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A short ferry trip to Bainbridge Island will lead you to Bloedel Reserve, a 150-acre enchanted garden. These curated landscapes are artfully sculpted to enhance the natural beauty of the geography. If you have a deep appreciation for nature, this tranquil, reflective spot is the perfect setting to host an intimate engagement. Be sure to bring a camera as you’ll want to capture the beautiful foliage (as well as the special moment your loved one says "Yes!").


Volunteer Park Conservatory

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Rain or shine, Volunteer Park Conservatory is a fantastic place to propose. If you visit this historic location on a sunny day, you’ll find yourselves surrounded by breathtaking seasonal horticultural displays. On rainy or overcast days, the indoor Victorian glasshouse is a true gem, full of tropical and subtropical plants. Making your way to Capitol Hill to propose at the conservatory will not let you down. 


Olympic Sculpture Park

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For the art-loving, refined Seattleites, this 9-acre sculpture park is located directly in the heart of the city. Meander the Z-shaped greenery of Olympic Sculpture Park as you take in magnificent sculptures created by world-class artists. There are plenty of nooks and crannies for you to find the perfect place to propose.  


Golden Gardens Park


One of Seattle’s most popular parks is Golden Gardens. Located in Ballard, this stunning beach overlooks the Olympic mountains. Choose from wetlands, hiking trails, or the beach to scope out the perfect spot.  


King Steet Station

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If you and your loved one have a soft spot for vintage, King Street Station is the place for you. While a train station may seem an unconventional engagement location, one glance at the elegant, white marble columns and ornate, decorative high ceilings in the historic station will change your mind. Once your soon-to-be fiancé responds with that magical three-letter word, you can catch the next train somewhere to celebrate your engagement. 

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