Grand Avenue Bridge Club

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Grand Avenue Park Bridge Club

Your Everett adventures just got even better. The new 283-foot-long bridge connects Grand Avenue Park and the Port of Everett waterfront. You and your crew can now easily walk from the beautiful Grand Avenue Park, across Marine View Drive, and down to all the fun at the waterfront. The bridge is wheelchair (and even bicycle) accessible and features several observation points along the way to stop and enjoy the view of the sparkling waterfront and the breathtaking Olympic Mountains.

Fun fact: the bridge, which is made of one million pounds of steel, also serves another purpose. The bridge carries new storm drainage and sewer pipelines to make them more accessible for maintenance.

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The Port has all the menu items you’d expect from a Pacific Northwest seaside town. You’ll find whatever you’re craving including several local favorites. If you’re craving surf, turf, or a little bit of both, stop in at Anthony’s HomePort or the new Jetty Bar & Grille. If burgers, sammies or pizza are more your speed, Anthony’s Woodfire Grill and Scuttlebutt Family Pub have you covered. Woody’s and Jetty Express have walk-up windows so you can go for a picnic on the water. Date night? After your sunset stroll along the water, grab happy hour and dinner at Bluewater Distilling or Lombardi’s Italian Restaurant. Or if you need to fuel up before you embark, grab some coffee, sweets and sandwiches at Seas the Day Café. Find more information at portofeverett.com/foodtogo.


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Let's be honest, it's not everyday that a landmark opens. Snap a selfie atop the bridge and use this special edition Facebook filter to show off and celebrate being one of the first people to stroll across the new landmark.

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KAYAK & SUP

If the water is calling and you’re finding yourself without a paddle, don’t sweat it. Now you can rent a kayak or paddleboard from KayakShare, a self-service kiosk at Jetty Landing Park. Head to kayakshare.com to set up your rental today and embark on your Port Gardner Bay adventure.


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The Port of Everett has miles of waterfront trails for you to explore. If you’re interested in learning a little more about Everett’s history, head to the Millwright Loop trail and keep your eye out for the historical signs and exhibits along the way. The trail, highlighted in orange on the map above, is almost 4 miles of paved walkway with an amazing view of the marina. Download the Port’s history hunt at portofeverett. com/historyhunt to travel down memory lane and explore Everett’s past

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JETTY ISLAND

The ferry to Jetty Island isn’t running this year, but the island is still open to all who can access it by boat or other watercraft. Set sail or paddle on over to the 2-mile stretch of sandy beach. It might be less busy than usual without the ferry, so there’s plenty of room to stretch out and soak up the last of summer.

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Catch of the Day

Grab your tackle box and cast a line from the Port’s fishing dock located at Jetty Landing. This public dock is the perfect place for a day of recreational fishing and crabbing. The Port has it all for a one-stop-shop fishing trip. Check out the waterfront shops around the Port for licenses, gear, bait, tackle and more. Remember to check out fishing and crabbing rules and regulations at wdfw.wa.gov.

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Watch for Wildlife

The Everett waterfront is home to all sorts of native wildlife, including shore birds, seals, sea lions, whales and more. There’s a chance to see all sorts of wildlife at nearly every park, trail and viewpoint at the Port. Check out the map above for some of the best viewing points. Pro tip: look, don’t touch, and use that handy zoom feature on your camera so you don’t need to get too close.

Parks and Open Spaces

Need to get out of the house? The Port has plenty of parks and open spaces for you to get outside, stretch out and enjoy the rest of the summer sun. The parks are open from dawn to dusk, so come enjoy a picnic lunch with views of the waterfront (or dinner - the sunsets here are amazing), dust off that old frisbee, or get your kite flying. Please follow all health guidelines while at the parks, including staying 6 feet away from others and wearing a mask

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