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* [http://www2.cityofseattle.net/parks/brochure/programList.asp?queryby=Sort3&season=Fall&year=2005&keyword=all&selectedfacility=Camp%20Long Seattle Parks & Recreation: Camp Long information]
 
* [http://www2.cityofseattle.net/parks/brochure/programList.asp?queryby=Sort3&season=Fall&year=2005&keyword=all&selectedfacility=Camp%20Long Seattle Parks & Recreation: Camp Long information]
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Revision as of 02:36, October 22, 2005

Camp Long is a 68-acre (27.5 hectares) park in West Seattle offering hiking, rock climbing, natural-history learning opportunities, and overnight camping in rustic cabins. The park's facilities include a lodge with a meeting room, 10 cabins, two covered picnic areas, and climbing rocks and a fire ring. Camp Long is pretty well-hidden behind houses along 35th Ave SW, so it's not widely known and is often uncrowded even on the most beautiful days.

Camp Long is an urban forest segment linked to the West Seattle Golf Course and to Longfellow Creek. It's home to birds, foxes, coyotes, and other animals. Naturalists are available to provide educational opportunities in naturaly history and rock-climbing classes.

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