Luther Burbank Off Leash Area

The north end of Luther Bank Park offers a fenced off-leash dog area. This space, bordered on one end by shoreline is a great place to let the dogs run, play, and swim. It is a short walk from the north parking lot. City of Mercer Island Code states...

Kenmore, Burke-Gilman Trail

The Sammamish/Burke Gilman River Trail runs 32 miles from Marymoor Park in Redmond through Kenmore to Gas Works Park in Seattle. Bordering the Sammamish River in Kenmore, trail users can walk, bike, or inline skate, enjoying the wildlife and views of Lake Washington along the way. Picnic and restroom...

Bullitt Access/Fireplace Trail

The Bullitt Access/Fireplace Trail starts at a Squak Mountain neighorhood access point located at the "hairpin turn" on Mountainside Drive. The trail provides hiking access into Squak Mountain State Park and King County Open Space trail systems. Trail maps for Squak Mountain State Park and Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland...

Doug Allen Sportsfields

Adjacent to Westhill Elementary, this is the site of three grass soccer fields and one grass multi-purpose field (soccer/softball). These fields are available on a reservation only basis. Quick Facts: 7.6 Acres Athletic Field Facility Rental Soccer Softball Restrooms Drinking Fountain Picnic Area On-Site Parking Activities: Baseball Soccer Directions: From I-405, take exit 26. Head...

Clyde Beach Park

Located off a busy stretch of Lake Washington Boulevard, this conveniently located beach is great for a lazy day by the water.  Ample parking, restrooms, boathouse, playground and a roped-off swimming area make this a family pleaser. Quick Facts: 2.23 Acres Boathouse Parking Picnic Tables Play Area Restrooms Designated Swimming...
Big Finn Hill Park

Big Finn Hill Park

Beautiful Big Finn Hill Park is a splendid wooded oasis in the Kirkland area that boasts a fine little league and adult complex of three fields. Home to the Kirkland National Little League, winners of the Little League World Series in 1982, the fields are dedicated to great baseball...

Lake Hills Greenbelt Trails

A Redtailed hawk circles overhead as hikers and joggers pass below. Two miles of comfortable, multi-use trails wind through the Lake Hills Greenbelt, connecting Larsen and Phantom Lakes. The greenbelt is a wetland corridor encompassing over 172 acres of woods, wetlands, and suburbia. Wildlife habitat accommodates an amazing variety...

Snoqualmie Point

Perched above the Snoqualmie Valley floor, “The Point” looks out across the scenic valley to the Cascade Range, Mount Si and Mount Baker. This 8.5-acre site is perfect for family and company picnics, weddings as well as for a short stop for site seeing. Purchased in 1999 in a...

Bellevue Downtown Park

An approximately 21-acre oasis of green in the heart of Bellevue defines this elegant centerpiece of the Bellevue parks system. A one-half mile promenade, bordered by a double row of shade trees and a stepped canal, brings you to the 240-foot wide waterfall that cascades into a reflecting pond. A...
Blyth Park

Blyth Park

The City purchased Blyth Park from the Bothell Lions Club in the late 1950s. Located along the Sammamish River and the Sammamish River Trail, Blyth is Bothell’s largest park. Prior to becoming a park, this was the site of the factory. Extremely popular for group picnics. The two picnic...

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