Trees, rivers, fields, birds, blueberries, such an easy walk and so relaxing. Definitely a good Sunday out.
Wonderful place to take a long peaceful walk amid marsh grass and blueberries. Signage is excellent and there are options for routes through the marsh.
This is a big park and it was hard to find the canoe part. We did find it under the bridge to Mercer island. The kids hired a canoe and went around lake Washington and along the river that runs through the park. We had a good time here and it is very scenic.
There are great walking trails that take you through forested areas and then across bogs and the slough, lots of birds and wildlife to see.
This is long wildlife preserve. A bit hard to find your way around in or to find entrances to but worth the time to see unspoiled slough areas. A variety of activities can be found here from running, walking, exploring with kids or canoeing.
In south Bellevue, in startling serenity between I-90 and I-405 visitors find well-tended paths for hiking and jogging that surround one of Bellevue's finest blueberry bogs. Kayaks and canoes travel the waterways created when the Mountlake cut connecting Lake Union and Lake Washington lowered the water levels. Park at the Bellevue South park 'n ride or better yet just north... More
It is a great walk across boardwalks and raised soil paths through a wetland. Gets a bit soggy but always an enjoyable getaway from the city hussle and bussle. 5 min to being surrounded by nature.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s not a bad place to walk. But it’s a lot better to paddle through in a canoe or a kayak. You can rent these at Enatai beach (should be easy enough to find on the map, right underneath the I-90 bridge between Bellevue and Mercer Island), starting from $15 for the first hour and $5... More
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