Beaver Lake Park

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Urban and Edge Communities
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2526 244Th Ave SE, Sammamish
This park, once a private resort, is now a city park. The north side of this park has a quiet atmosphere with access to Beaver Lake, rental facilities and an open grass area while the west side has more facilities.

Bellevue Downtown Park

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Urban and Edge Communities
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10201 NE Fourth St., Bellevue
This oasis of green has a promenade, stepped canal, waterfall cascading into a reflecting pond and large lawn perfect for picnics. The park’s delightful play area and formal gardens add to family enjoyment and serve as a backdrop for community events.

Bellevue Place

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Urban and Edge Communities
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Bellevue Ave E & Bellevue Pl, Seattle
Bellevue Place is small grassy slope overlooking Lake Union across I-5. A short bike path runs through along bottom of the hill, connecting Melrose Ave E to a bridge over the highway to Eastlake Avenue

Belvedere Park

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Urban and Edge Communities
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King County
This park has a stunning view across Elliott Bay to downtown Seattle, and on clear days to the Cascade Mountains and Mt. Rainier. Belvedere Viewpoint is a popular spot for scenic photos and as a backdrop for wedding and other ceremonial photos.

Belvoir Place

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Urban and Edge Communities
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King County
Belvoir Place is a small waterfront park located at 42nd Avenue NE near Surber Drive NE in Laurelhurst. Located in Laurelhurst, this small park overlooks Union Bay. Belvoir Place has been designated a “Pesticide Free Park”.

Big Rock Park

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Urban and Edge Communities
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21805 SE 8th Street, Sammamish
The 16 acre Big Rock Park features a nature playground and miles of trails. The playground boasts features like a zipline, hillside slide and earth mound tunnel. The park also features hidden surprises to encourage exploration.

Blue Dog Pond

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Urban and Edge Communities
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King County
This wide, rectangular field is perfect for throwing balls with grassy side slopes that your dog can run up and down. It has art, including a giant reposing blue dog. As a catchment area for excess water, it can get muddy during the rainy season.

Boren Park

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Urban and Edge Communities
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King County
Louisa Boren Park is a stunning scenic viewpoint lined with benches, with a panorama of Lake Washington and the Cascades. A jogging path runs through the park, and a sculpture sits in the shelter of tall trees.

Bridle Trails State Park

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Urban and Edge Communities
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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.