5 Best Smoke Spots in Seattle

I recently took a trip to Seattle and got to experience all that the Emerald City had to offer. I hit up some great restaurants, smoked some weed right next to the sea, and walked through some of the greenest forests I’ve ever seen! If you love cannabis, seafood, and the outdoors, Seattle is a place you NEED to check out. Here are the 5 best smoke spots in Seattle.

5 Best Smoke Spots in Seattle

1.Waterfront Park

Closest Dispensary: Have A Heart

Just like the name implies, Waterfront Park is right on the water. It’s more of a pier than a park, but there’s plenty of space to walk around, and it offers gorgeous views of the water with plenty of room to light up and smoke. Once you’ve finished your walk and joint, you can head over to the Great Wheel and take a Ferris wheel ride while stoned (it’s super fun).

If Ferris wheels aren’t your thing, you can hit up the Seattle Aquarium (which is right next to the Great Wheel). Here you can see all the beautiful underwater creatures that have. All you need to do now is grab some grub, and, as luck would have it, Ivar’s Fish Bar is about a block away from the aquarium. This is the best smoking spot in Seattle.

2. Freemont Troll

Closest Dispensary: Hashtag Cannabis

If you want a super unique smoking experience, head on over to the Freemont Troll. It is literally a sculpture of a giant troll underneath one of the bridges in the Freemont neighborhood. It’s not super busy, and there are plenty of places to light up without worry.

The Freemont Troll is right next to Troll Knoll Park, which has a few walking paths and is covered in big, beautiful trees. You’ll also be able to find the Freemont Rocket nearby. It’s a Cold War era rocket that’s been decommissioned and was done up with a bunch of lights (it’s way better at night).

3. Washington Park Arboretum UW Botanic Gardens

Closest Dispensary: Golden Light Botanicals

This botanic garden is fantastic! Washington is already full of trees and greenery, but this garden is a whole step above that. There are 230 acres of land that you can hike and walk through while admiring UW’s extensive collection of Northwest plants. What makes this even better is that there is NO entry fee, so you get to enjoy the Botanic Gardens entirely free!

4. Seahurst Park

Closest Dispensary: The Joint

Seahurst Park is a beautiful little park with a lot of trees and a small 3.5-mile hiking trail. You can walk through the park watching the ships and tour boats sail around Puget Sound while you enjoy a nice toke. Since this park is right next to the water, you’ll be able to walk right up to the water’s edge. You don’t have to worry about getting sand all over you and your stuff either because the beaches are covered in smooth rocks with scattered piles of driftwood.

5. Seattle Center

Closest Dispensary: Have A Heart

The Seattle Center is one of the coolest places in all of Seattle and a great place to smoke some weed. The number one attraction here is the Space Needle, so it can get pretty crowded sometimes. But that’s ok because there is also the Chihuly Garden and Glass, a garden and museum housing a ton of unique glass art located right across from it at the Seattle Center. This is the perfect place to use some weed gadgets.

Once you finish looking at the city from the top of the Space Needle and have admired all of the dope glass art, head on over to Dick’s Drive-In for some tasty food! They are a Seattle favorite and are open until 2 AM, so you’ll definitely be able to grab some delicious food whenever you want. Dick’s also happens to have the best milkshakes in the Pacific Northwest! This rounds out the best smoke spots in Seattle.

If you have smoked in Seattle, comment below and let us know your favorite smoking spots in Seattle.

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