Sunset Hill Viewpoint Park was influenced by the Olmsted Brothers. It is located in the Loyal Heights neighborhood at 7531 34th Ave NW, 98117. It is 2.7 acres.
In his 1908 supplemental report to the Board of Park Commissioners, John Charles Olmsted recommended that the city purchase 45 acres north of 75th Street NW, west of 32nd Avenue NW, and east of the Great Northern (now Burlington Northern Santa Fe) tracks known as Ballard Bluff Park. He envisioned a viewpoint area along the bluff and playfields on the level area to the east of the bluff.
The eastern portion was subdivided and developed into a residential neighborhood, but the city developed a park at the edge of the bluff for viewing Puget Sound and the distant Olympic Mountains.