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#1 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bellevue
If you are in the Bellevue area, and have some time to truly relax and enjoy a sampling of Mother Nature, the Bellevue Botanical Garden is one of the most relaxing and peaceful venues of which I am aware -- ANYWHERE.
As a Bellevue native, in my book the top two places for out-of-towners to visit here are the Bellevue Downtown Park and the Bellevue Botanical Garden (unless you're a shopper, in which case Bellevue Square is also...
#2 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bellevue
What a beautiful park, so much going on, volley ball games on the grass, lots of people jogging or relaxing, the children’s garden is enough for kids to think they’ve died and gone to heaven it’s so fantastic.
Bellevue Parks and Bellevue Rotary Club have teamed to provide the region a world class European inspired all inclusive Playground for children and adults with or without disabilities !
Lake Washington Seattle 2.7 km away
#5 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
You are able to get scenic boat rides on the lake, find a few very good restaurants located here, and a number of excellent parks including Washington Park Arboretum.
Did one of my favorite walks in the Seattle area while I was there recently - Kirkland Park Gazebo to the Woodmark Hotel along Lake Washington.
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#3 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bellevue
Conveniently located with plenty of parking spots - Bellevue Park N Ride and Winter House at Bellevue Way and Mercer Slough Education Center at 118th Ave SE), it allows for quick getaway.
The Mercer Slough Nature Park offers people a beautiful escape, minutes from the bustle of Downtown Bellevue!
#4 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bellevue
Bellevue residents are proud to be expanding this wonderful lakeside park... home of the winter wooden whaling fleet in the old days this is a great place for a picnic or for just enjoying the lake and lakeside vi...
The water was so clean and the park is immaculate!
#5 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bellevue
Kelsey Creek park offers a large verdant city retreat with perimeter walk paths and is a well tended site for picnics and family fun.
Whether you're looking for a chance for a pleasant walk or planning a play activity for kids, the Kelsey Creek Park and Farm is a great resource.
#6 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bellevue
Probably the best beach park in Bellevue
#7 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bellevue
This park is so relaxing... different areas for everyone, there's a skating ring right next to it, there's a splash pad, there's shaded areas and uncovered spacious areas.. it's good for everyone.
The park has large leafy glades and makes for a great nature walk through the park.
#8 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bellevue
Gorgeous park, perfect for hot summer days.
south of off Main Street to find Chism Beach park.
Cross Kirkland Corridor Trail Kirkland 3.9 km away
#4 of 10 Nature & Parks in Kirkland
The trails winds from the South Kirkland P&R all the way up to Totem Lake area - through quiet wooded areas, the lovely Google park, past homes of all shapes and sizes, with periodic gorgeous views of Lake Washing...
Very nice walking trail within the heart of Kirkland, connecting all its major neighborhoods by a nature and view trail.
Marymoor Park Redmond 7.5 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Redmond
Baseball fields, soccer fields, climbing park, playgrounds, workout equipment, amazing off leash dog area, picnic areas, dog wash, Subway sandwich shop, and more!
Great park for baseball, soccer, rugby, biking (paved trails and a velodrome), walking the dog, rock climbing wall, remote control plane clubs, outdoor movies, concerts, flower gardens and so on.
#9 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bellevue
There are many great walking trails in Wilburton Hill Park, as well as a short walk on the street to Kelsey Creek Park and Farm, and trail connections to the beautiful Bellevue Botanical Gardens.
Family Park and Great Running Spot
Marina Park Kirkland 7.5 km away
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Kirkland
Excellent park Gazebo meeting place for about 30 of my close friends meeting under the Gazebo to pre-ride the Annual 7 Hills of Kirkland Bike Ride.
Anybody can have a good time at Marina Park, I walk my dog often here, we meet nice people everyday .Its a fabulous place for families as well, children okay endless games at the beach and learn about the birds th...
#10 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bellevue
A 5 minute car ride takes you to a park & ride station.
Call ahead to make sure the park is not closed for a private event.
#11 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bellevue
#12 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bellevue
It will make them to appreciate the nature.
#13 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bellevue
I live in Enatai and love Enatai Beach Park just as everybody else.
Washington Park Arboretum Seattle 8.7 km away
#4 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Close to the freeways and busy University District is this large beautiful park with extensive walking trails, water features and a large collection of trees and shrubs including rhododendrons, azaleas and hydrang...
The park offers many diverse plant species, many intertwining paths with lots of twists and turns to give privacy and solitude, and in the fall wonderful autumn colors.
Seattle Japanese Garden Seattle 8.2 km away
#13 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Along with the Washington Park Arboretum, the Seattle Japanese Garden will thrill your senses and bring a feeling of serenity as you stroll through this urban nature preserve.
Across the street is a pretty park with an easy walking trail, or you can do what we did and download the bike app and do a bike ride through it.
Volunteer Park Conservatory Seattle 9.7 km away
#7 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
A lovely community park With incredible views and gorgeous plants and grounds, A nice, peaceful setting for a stroll or a family picnic!
The Volunteer Park Conservatory is a hidden treasure within the larger park near Seattle's Asian Art Museum - definitely also worth a visit.
Juanita Bay Park Kirkland 9.6 km away
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Kirkland
Thbis is the sweetest family park on all of Lake Wa except [erhaops Coulon/ Wonderful samdy, clean beach...play toys, volleyball, huge Pier to walk around.
This park has sheltered bays, and we often see a kingfisher, herons, ducks of all sorts, and have seen swans, too.
#6 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
this is a great location to learn about Seattle history during the Alaska Klondike Gold Rush the museum is conveniently located downtown near king street Amtrak station the park rangers are very knowledgeable be s...
This National Historical Park had awesome interactive exhibits which were very kid friendly and a short movie that plays every so often which was really great!
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Bridle Trails State Park Kirkland 4.9 km away
#5 of 10 Nature & Parks in Kirkland
Fantastic large park for people and horses
Bridle Trails state park is a beautiful, peaceful place to hike or ride your horse.
Idylwood Beach Park Redmond 7.3 km away
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Redmond
My favorite neighborhood park for evening walk alone, with family or friends!
This has a nice mixture of grass/beach, groomed and natural areas, as well as a fenced off brook that travels through the park, down to the lake.
Seward Park Seattle 8.6 km away
#24 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
What a delightful park!!! Perfect for runners, skate boarding, hiking, tree climbing, I mean there's something for everyone here!!!
In certain seasons, eagles are perched on the trees at the northern point of the park, and in summer you can watch the rowing teams from the nearby Mt Baker Rowing Center working out.
Doris Cooper Houghton Beach Park Kirkland 5.8 km away
#6 of 10 Nature & Parks in Kirkland
The Doris Cooper Houghton Beach Park has a playground for young children, volleyball court, great dock for swimmers, a concession for paddle boards and plenty of benches to take in the spectacular lake views.
This is a great park for all ages with a bit of nature, a bit of sand, a bit of dock, lawns, playground...everything pretty much.
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park Renton 11.2 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Renton
The park offers sandy swimming beaches, wooded walking paths along the lake shore, BBQ grills, a covered area with a giant fireplace for cool weather and tons of grassy slopes for sun bathers or view enthusiasts.
This lakeside park on the southeast shore of beautiful Lake Washington offers over a mile of paved gentle walks, a bird sanctuary isle, a large children's playground, tennis courts, boat launch, some swimming and...
Volunteer Park Seattle 9.7 km away
#20 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
The park was amazing, fun stuff to climb on, sand area, pond to play in....little bit of everything to keep each kid happy!
It is a large park in the heart of downtown Seattle that transports you miles away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Gas Works Park Seattle 11.7 km away
#16 of 121 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Enjoyed the walk along the way and what a reward when we arrived at the park! Stunning views and a nice place to lay down in the soft grass and watch the clouds go by!
Awesome view of the city, it is mesmerizing the combination of industrial and nature together, take a tripod for better pictures
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