Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center
Lonely Planet review for Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center
In 1977 Native American groups laid claim to the land in this area, and 17 acres of parkland were decreed Native American land on which now stands the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center, a community center for Seattle-area Native Americans. Discovery Park has over 7 miles of hiking trails, several of which lead to the Daybreak Star Center. Except for a small art gallery, there are few facilities for outside visitors. The vista point in front of the center affords beautiful views of the Sound, and several steep trails lead down through the forest to narrow, sandy beaches.