Percival Landing Park - 217 Thurston Ave NW Olympia, WA

Percival Landing


The Percival Landing park in Olympia, WA is one of three parks on the city’s waterfront property. It is located on the east side of Budd Bay, on the southernmost tip of the Puget Sound. It is a popular tourist destination, and is a hub for gatherings and celebrations. It includes nearly 1 mile long boardwalk along the eastern shoreline from Fourth Avenue Bridge all the way to Thurston Avenue.

The Percival Landing includes different amenities like picnic areas, a playground, public art, and a boat moorage. In 2010, they reconstructed the oldest section of the Percival Landing, which included a new bathhouse, community rental space, removal of lots of debris, and 2 new pavilions. It was named after the old commercial steamship wharf, which is a well-known maritime landmark in the Pacific Northwest. The original dock was build by Sam Percival in 1860, and was ran by the family.

It is located at 217 Thurston Ave NW, and is 3.38 Acres in size. The Percival Landing’s Harbor House is perfect for hosting small parties, receptions, or meetings. It has beautiful views of the Capitol, waterfront, and mountains in the area. It is open from 8 am to 9 pm on Monday – Saturday, and Sundays from 9 am to 5 pm.

You can visit the park at any time, but certain amenities are only open during specific times of the day. Admission to the park is free! Take it from one review on Yelp from Chris R.: “Boardwalk, boats, birds, docks, art, people and rain 9 months each year! Ok, scratch the last one and replace it with sunshine 3 months each year! Percival Landing is one of the capitol city’s gems. It’s the setting of your private constitutional or the venue of a weekend fair.” This location is one of the best places to visit on your trips to Olympia, WA.


Starting at from Percival Landing at 217 Thurston Ave NWE, Olympia, WA 98501, head South on Columbia St NW, follow the map directions to reach United Roofing Solutions at 7615 Rainier Rd SE Olympia, WA 98513

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