Hillaire Park 15803 NE 6th St, Bellevue, WA98008 Hillaire Park sits across from a row of houses, with clearly marked street parking. There are two tennis courts, a sport…More court, a pickle ball court and a large, colorful playground. Trails wind through the park's trees and grassy sections.
Lake Hills Greenbelt Park Ranger Station 15416 SE 16th St, Bellevue, WA98007 Lake Hills Greenbelt Ranger Station provides park information for the Lake Hills Greenbelt Park. This includes…More interpretive displays, information on park trails, programs and gardening. It is also equipped with a meeting room for small gatherings.
Medina Beach Park 501 Evergreen Point Rd, Medina, WA98039 Medina Beach Park is a great spot to go for a dip on a sunny day. Amenities include a sandy beach, floating dock and…More several benches. The park is right next to the town's historic city hall building. Dogs are not permitted in the park.
Ampco System Parking 600 108th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98004 This pay parking lot is in front of the Bellevue Corporate Plaza building, directly across from the Bellevue Transit…More Center. From 6am - 5pm it's reserved for visitors to the building; outside those hours, it's available for public parking.
Weowna Park 1420 168th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA98008 Weowna Park is a spectacular 80-acre open space park with miles of peaceful hiking trails. The trails wind through tower…More remnants of old growth forest and have views of Lake Sammamish and the Cascade Mountains. The recently engineered Phantom Creek descends through the park to Lake Sammamish. It is a series of picturesque waterfalls. The park also completes a major link in Bellevue's Lake-to-Lake Trail system.
McCormick Park 11190 NE 12th St, Bellevue, WA98004 McCormick Park parallels the Bellevue Public Library with its center portion. Long and narrow, it extends east and…More west from the library, spanning a total of three blocks with just 2.83 acres. The beautiful sitting areas and flower gardens are connected by a gravel trail, which winds throughout the park. A pedestrian overpass provides easy access from the park to the library.
Eastgate Park 14500 SE Newport Way, Bellevue, WA98006 Eastgate Park is set into a large hill. At its base are two tennis courts; at its top is a large ballfield. A…More stairwell leads to the upper parking lot, but those who'd like to avoid the hike can cut through at at the second driveway. Eastgate Park is filled with trails, picnic tables and a play area.
Medina Park NE 12th St & 82nd Ave NE, Medina, WA98039 Medina Park is an expansive green space featuring two ponds and tree-lined walking paths. The park offers a playground,…More fitness challenge course and tennis court. Off-leash dogs are permitted in certain areas.
Ardmore Park 16833 NE 30th St, Bellevue, WA98008 Ardmore Park is large 29 acre park in a residential neighborhood. Its trails wind through tall forests. There is a large…More play area and two long grass fields near the street entrance. It also has picnic tables.
Lakemont Community Park 5170 Village Park Dr SE, Bellevue, WA98006 Lake Hills Community Park offers plenty of opportunities for play, with two tennis courts, a basketball court, two…More baseball fields and a playground for kids. The walking paths are flanked by large grass fields and a sunken retention pond.
Newcastle Beach Park 4400 Lake Washington Blvd SE, Bellevue, WA98006 Newcastle Beach Park is the largest beach park in Bellevue. Its long grass field leads up to a large 300-foot dock and a…More wonderful stretch of waterfront access. The park's views are breathtaking, the children's play structures are colorful and fun and the large covered picnic area is ideal for parties. It offers swimming, sunbathing and a relaxing nature trail. There is a lifeguard on duty from late June through Labor Day.
Bellefields Trailhead at Mercer Slough Nature Park 1905 118th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA98005 Bellefields Trailhead at Mercer Slough Nature Park marks the start of a series of trails. The trails wind through tall…More trees and lush under growth and connect Lake Washington with Lake Samammish. Parking is available roughly 30 yards north of the entrance.
Bovee Park 1500 108th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98004 Bovee Park is close to downtown Bellevue. Its trails wind through beautiful and well-maintained trees. There are…More two tennis courts, a nice play area and several picnic tables in different locations.
Ampco System Parking 10900 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA98004 This lot services the Plaza Center and the US Bank building. Monthly parking is available, as well as a covered walkway…More between the two buildings.
Bel-Red Mini Park 12300 Bel Red Rd, Bellevue, WA98005 Bel-Red Mini Park provides a break from the business that surrounds it. Its gravel paths meander through the grounds,…More and trees provide shade. There is one picnic table.
Killarney Glen Park 1933 104th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA98004 Killarney Glen Park's entrance is an invitingly large grassy field. Its two tennis courts, sport court and trails allow…More for a number of active daylong pursuits. There is also a large playground and multiple picnic tables.
Pacific Plaza Garage 155 108th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98004 The Pacific Plaza Garage is located below the Pacific Plaza building in downtown Bellevue. This garage offers parking…More between 7am and 7pm each day; a $125 after-hours fee applies after those hours. The first 15 mintutes of parking are free.
Avalon Bellevue Park 11200 NE 11th St, Bellevue, WA98004 Avalon Bellevue Park is an apartment complex in the northeast end of downtown Bellevue. Bellevue Park offers studio,…More one- and two-bedroom apartments and amenities like a fitness center, nearby retail and a parking garage.
Winters House 2102 Bellevue Way SE, Bellevue, WA98004 Located at the edge of Mercer Slough Park, the Winters Hours is a beautifully restored historic building, the only…More public building in Bellevue on the National Historic Register. It serves as the home of the Eastside Heritage Center and the park's visitor center, and it is available for meeting and event rentals.
Wilburton Hill Park 12400 Main St, Bellevue, WA98005 Wilburton Hill Park is the largest upland park in the city encompassing a wide variety of activity and play…More recreational opportunities. The park's trail is a major link in the Lake to Lake Trail and Greenway System. Both baseball fields and the soccer fields are used frequently for practices and games. A large collection of picnic tables sit on top of a bluff with a view of both the parking lot to the soccer field and the two baseball fields. The large children's play area features a small zip line and swings.
Susan Park, D.D.S. 1600 148th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA98007 Dr. Susan Park is a certified general dentist with an office located in Bellevue. Dr. Park specializes in the diagnosis…More and non-surgical treatment of dental diseases and disorders. For more information about the practice, appointments and insurance, call Dr. Park's office at the number provided.
Robinswood Park 2430 148th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA98007 This large community park features a large off-leash dog corral, two soccer fields, a tennis center, and recreational…More programs. The park also a system of paved and unpaved trails and water features. People also may rent Robinswood House (which has a separate listing here on Patch) for parties and events. Picnic tables and the lit ball fields can also be reserved.
Enatai Neighborhood Park 10661 SE 25th St, Bellevue, WA98004 Enatia Neighborhood Park is tucked in a quite residential area. Its two tennis courts are at street level. A bright play…More structure, small play field and two racquetball courts sit in a sunken valley.
Mercer Slough Blueberry Farm 2380 Bellevue Way SE, Bellevue, WA98004 The Mercer Slough Blueberry farm is owned and managed by the Bellevue Parks and Community Services Department as an…More effort to help preserve Bellevue's agricultural heritage. The farm, which was first established in the 1940s, is a unique, pastoral setting for park access and seasonal U-Pick opportunities. In addition, the park carries a wide variety of fresh seasonal produce, cut flowers and other agricultural products.
Meydenbauer Beach Park 419 98th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98004 Meydenbauer Beach Park is Bellevue's hidden gem. It is tucked within a residential area. Its long and narrow entrance…More leads to an idyllic waterfront setting. Visitors can be found fishing off the dock or swimming laps from buoy to buoy. With a quaint play area, several picnic benches and fabulously upkept grounds, this park is one not to miss. From late June through Labor Day, a lifeguard is on duty.
Kelsey Creek Farm Park 410 130th Pl SE, Bellevue, WA98005 Kelsey Creek Park is made up of 160 acres of forest, meadows and wetlands. Its grounds are woven with hiking and jogging…More trails. Picnickers may enjoy beautiful grassy areas and families with young children often make use of the playground. The creeks, wetlands and forests round out the parks natural habitat. <br /><br />The jewel of the park is its farm. It features historic barns. The barns are strikingly beautiful, as they sit prominently on the crest of a hill, overlooking shallow valleys on either side. Farm programs include children's recreational programs, seasonal camps, pony care and farm experience classes, farm-themed tours and many volunteer opportunities.
Robinsglen Nature Park 16357 SE 16th St, Bellevue, WA98008 Robinsglen Nature Park is a small park on Phantom Lake. No water access is allowed, but it has an idyllic view of…More the water. A large grassy field leads right up the water's edge, which is lined with natural brush. The small trail is excellent for strolling and provides a great glimpse of wildlife habitat at the lake.
Phantom Lake Loop 2050 156th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA98007 The Phantom Lake Loop is part of the Lake Hills Green Belt. The loop is a 10- to 12-foot wide paved pathway that…More circumnavigates the lake. Access to the park is on 156th Avenue SE. There is a small parking lot and parking on the street. The large grassy area leads right up to Phantom Lake and there is a wooden dock out over the water. There is a non-motorized boat launch at the park. Permits are free and can be obtained at the office near by Greenbelt Ranger Station.
Hidden Valley Sports Park 1905 112th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98004 Hidden Valley Sports Park features three softball fields. The main field is favorite a for kids, thanks to its…More full set up of lights, score board, concession stand and real covered dugouts. The park also has a basketball court, tennis court, play and picnic areas and bathrooms. <br /><br />For the last six years, a pair of osprey has been nesting in the park each spring. A special platform was built for them; their nest used to be located over the bleachers. The new location protects their eggs from hot weather while also saving fans from inadvertent showers.
Bellevue Botanical Garden 12001 Main St, Bellevue, WA98005 The Bellevue Botanical Gardens is a must see park. Opened in 1992, its 53-acre grounds are a captivating display…More of nature. Visitors can trade in the hectic bustle of life for cultivated display gardens, natural wetlands and a woodland trail. Several water features run through the park adding an additional therapeutic sound. <br /><br />Whether exploring with a group, strolling with a friend or meandering on one's own, the park offers beautiful settings and stunning flowers. For the detail-oriented, there are signs through the park about the different displays. A visitor's center is also available.