Parks and Open Spaces
5300 116th Ave. N.W., Kirkland
This day-use park is dedicated to equestrian. It is well-known for its horse & walking trails, equestrian shows, and music programs. Sometimes called the wilderness in the city, it is a popular getaway destination for Seattle and Eastside residents.
California Ave. SW and SW Hill St, Seattle
Sometimes called the Ferry & Hill Street Triangle, this space was once the terminus of a street car line from Spokane Street. It is named for adjacent California Ave SW and is located at the intersection of California Ave SW and SW Hill St.
5200 35th Ave. SW, Seattle
The 68 acre Camp Long Park features hiking, camping, cabins, rock climbing and education. The Camp Long Environmental Learning Center’s friendly and energetic staff run a wide variety of science based environmental education courses for school groups from preschool to 6th grade.
Irene Rinehart Park
This popular local destination can be accessed on foot from the Irene Reinhart parking lot on Umtanum Rd or from Rotary Park via a connector path under I-90. You can drive to the beach in the summer but road access is closed in the winter.
Lush forest, meadows, wetlands, creeks and beach, and extraordinary views of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains. In addition to housing an Environmental Learning Center, the park contains a picnic area, a salmon-themed play area, and the historic Piper Orchard.
34700 SE Sorenson, 98065, Snoqualmie
This five-acre park has a playground for ages from 5 to 12 years old plus basketball and tennis courts. The park also has restrooms, benches, one picnic table and a huge play field. Its perfect for family picnics or pick-up games of basketball.
733 West Snoqualmie River Road NE,
The Carnation Marsh Natural Area is a 67-acre portion of the greater 190 acres that make up the entire Carnation Marsh wetland system along the Snoqualmie River. Public access for passive recreation and educational uses.
6710 Cascade Avenue SE, Snoqualmie
Cascade Park contains great play equipment, including a slide. There are also park benches to rest on and relax on and a nice grassy area perfect for a picnic or a game of bocce ball.
16202 NE 40 Street, Redmond
This neighborhood park includes a children’s play area, tot lot, baseball/softball practice field, basketball half courts, picnic tables. Future plans include tennis court and two pickleball courts.