324th Avenue NE and NE 11th,
This natural area is made up of 46 acres of forestland in non-contiguous parcels. The northern parcel, which is bisected by the Snoqualmie Valley Regional Trail, is the most suited to low-impact passive recreation.
Facilities are fairly primitive. These ponds were once stocked but the levy separating them from the Yakima River has been breached creating off channel rearing habitat – Yakima River fishing regulations apply. The site also hosts a disc golf course.
111 Waverly Way, Kirkland
This park with a view of Lake Washington has historic landmarks and interpretive displays and small climbing rocks. Heritage Hall can be rented for private events.
Hillman City P-Patch is a gem of a neighborhood gathering place nestled in the heart of the Hillman residential neighborhood. Our P-Patch’s beauty is due to its productive, efficient, resourceful nature – a working person’s garden.
2201 Market St, Kirkland
This park offerss 3,000′ of Lake Washington waterfront. It includes an Urban Wildlife Habitat, interpretive trails and boardwalks, wetlands, a creek and guided interpretive tours.
The LT Murray Wildlife are has a total of 106,400 acres in the forested ridges between Kittitas and Yakima County. The area has pleantiful elk, deer, and many other species. Part of this area is closed in winter to protect wintering elk.
The Lake Hills Greenbelt is a wetland corridor encompassing more than 150 acres of diverse wildlife habitat including forests, wetlands, streams and lakes. Amenities include trails, community gardens, and picnic areas.