Lakemont Highlands Neighborhood Park

Off of Lakemont Boulevard between 62nd  and  63rd streets, this parks recreational features include walking paths, picnic tables, play area, basketball court and tennis court. Quick Facts: 1.32 Acres Basketball Court Parking 4 + 1 handicapped spaces Paved Pathways Picnic Tables Play Area Tennis Court Directions: From I-90, take exit #13 (W....

Rotary Park

Rotary Park began in 1970 as a project of the Mercer Island Rotary Club, and has evolved over time into a neighborhood park. In recent years, the poplar trees have been dying, and the center plaza has become cracked and worn. In 2005, Mercer Island City Council decided to...

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...

Snoqualmie Community Park

Snoqualmie’s largest outdoor recreation facility, this 33-acre community park contains two soccer fields, three tennis courts, a basketball court, play equipment, restrooms, parking and access to the 15 acre Laurel Bog Interpretive loop trail. Quick Facts: 33 Acres Athletic Field 2 Soccer Fields 3 Tennis Courts Basketball Court On-Site Parking Access...

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...

Coal Creek Natural Area

Stepping into Coal Creek Natural Area is like stepping into the past.  Immersed under a treed canopy without a house in sight, the park echoes of the wildness that once covered this area.  You can almost hear clanging coal cars as you wander through the second growth forests.  Look...
River view Park

River view Park

Fun for all ages! Riverview Park boasts a basketball court, paved walkways, open lawn areas, picnic shelter, picnic tables, play equipment, restrooms and parking. Quick Facts: 1.75 Acres Picnic Area Picnic Shelter Paved Pathways Basketball Court Manicured Green Space Play Area Restrooms On-Site Parking Directions: From I-90 Take exit 27, turn RIGHT onto...

Central Park

Central Park is located within the Issaquah Highlands Development and includes three park fields that offer various active recreational facilities from a children's playground to athletic fields. Quick Facts: 5 Fields 3 Grass 2 Turf 2 Tennis Courts Play Area Open Grass Fields Parking Picnic Shelter Tables Activities: Tennis Wildlife Viewing Baseball Soccer Lacrosse Football Walking Softball Field Directions: From I-90: Exit 18...

Pine Lake Park

Located along the shores of Pine Lake, the wooded park offers swimming, boat launch, fishing pier, and two new play areas. Along with these amenities there is also a baseball/softball/open play field and a basketball court. Picnic facilities are plentiful and may be reserved. Because of its central location...

West Riverside Drive Trail

This trail provides an alternative route to the 'main line' trail connecting to the 'Park at Bothell Landing". It also serves as a loop trail connecting the 'Burke Gilman Trail' and the 'Sammamish River Trail'. Quick Facts: Paved Bike Trail Soft Surface Trail Loop Trail Connecting: Park at Bothell Landing ...

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