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Bellevue Parks to Visit this Summer

Bellevue is a city built for the Pacific Northwest sunshine. With over 2700 acres of open parks, you can get lost in the wilderness without leaving the city limits. Whether you’re looking to break a sweat or relax on your day off, you can find a park to suite your needs in Bellevue.

Wilburton Hill Park

Bellevue Parks

This park is a good place for the athletically inclined. Wilburton has a picnic area, play area for the kids, 2 baseball fields and a soccer field. Run the trails or just play ball with your friends or kids, this is great park to sweat out the stress of our everyday lives.

Bellevue Downtown Park

Bellevue Parks

Take your dog on a walk around the waterfall and pond. Enjoy the open space and a view of Mt. Rainier accented by the city skyline. These 21 acres’ house community events regularly, with gardens and fountains adding to the picturesque setting.

Bellevue Botanical Garden

Bellevue Parks

This botanical garden is an entire ecosystem inside the city of Bellevue. The 53 acres are divided into natural wetlands, restored woodlands, and cultivated gardens. The Bellevue is a little world of its own with a good blend of scenery, habitat and modern comforts and is host to different types of events year round.


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