Owner: Port of Seattle
T107 (named for a previously planned port terminal) is an important archaeological, cultural and historical site that sits on the shores of the original Duwamish River. This 8 acre park was created when artifacts were found during excavation by the Port. The tribe and the community fought to preserve the area, and today it now stands as a wildlife habitat and a lovely public access site that overlooks the only original bends in the river.
T-107 is an important habitat node, or oasis, where returning salmon and other wildlife can rest, feed and escape from predators… we want to keep it this way, and make it even better by joining a volunteer habitat restoration.
- Blue Heron
- Bald Eagles
- Purple Martins
- Harbor Seals
DuwamishAlive! Events: On the water, volunteer in a kayak with Puget Soundkeeper and Alki Kayak Tours to remove debris from the Duwamish River Shoreline at the historic site of T107 across from the Duwamish Longhouse at 4700 West Marginal Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106. Thank you Alki Kayak Tours and Port of Seattle for their support at this site!
This is a very popular activity for our events so volunteer spots are limited! Sign up today. Age minimum for kayaks is 10 years old.