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Photo of HIRAM M. CHITTENDEN LOCKS courtesy of Michael Brunk
Photo courtesy of Michael Brunk


Part of Seattle's Lake Washington Ship Canal, the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks is a complex of locks situated at the west end of Salmon Bay. Known locally as the "Ballard Locks" and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, thousands of visitors are drawn every year to view its impressive locks as they move vessels between inland lakes and Puget Sound. Visitors also come to see seasonal Salmon and Steelhead migrate through the fish ladder toward spawning grounds, as well as stroll the park-like grounds including the Carl S. English Botanical Gardens.

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If you order on a business day before 12:00 p.m. (Pacific), we will ship it the same day. Otherwise, we will ship it the following business day.

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Shipping costs will be calculated as you checkout, but before you enter your credit card number. Rates are based on the weight and destination of your order and include a fee of $1.50 for shipping and handling. Duties and customs charges are the responsibility of the recipient.

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The self-issuing, print-on-demand National Forest Recreation ePass is available for day-users. All other recreation passes are sold as hard-copy only, please allow enough time to receive them in the mail before you need them. Printed receipts will not be honored by the managing park and forest agencies.

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