DWG Map Seattle + Bellevue Washington US

Seattle and Bellevue, both located in Washington state, offer a variety of beautiful nature parks and outdoor spaces for residents and visitors to enjoy. Here are some descriptions of notable nature parks in and around Seattle and Bellevue:

  1. Olympic National Park: While not within Seattle or Bellevue, it’s a must-visit national park in Washington state. This park offers diverse landscapes, including temperate rainforests, rugged coastline, and the stunning Olympic Mountains. You can explore pristine wilderness, hike numerous trails, and visit the famous Hurricane Ridge for breathtaking panoramic views.
  2. Mount Rainier National Park: Another iconic national park near Seattle and Bellevue, Mount Rainier National Park is home to the towering Mount Rainier, an active stratovolcano. Visitors can explore various trails, enjoy wildflower meadows, and take in spectacular views of the mountain. Sunrise and Paradise are popular visitor centers with stunning vistas.
  3. Discovery Park (Seattle): Located in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood, Discovery Park is the city’s largest public park. It offers a mix of forested areas, meadows, bluffs, and beaches along Puget Sound. Hiking trails wind through the park, providing opportunities to spot wildlife and take in scenic views of the water and the Olympic Mountains.
  4. Seward Park (Seattle): Nestled on a peninsula in Lake Washington, Seward Park features old-growth forest, a network of trails, and a lovely beach. The park is known for its beautiful hiking paths, birdwatching opportunities, and the famous “Old-Growth Forest Loop Trail.”
  5. Bellevue Botanical Garden (Bellevue): This 53-acre botanical garden showcases a wide range of plants and gardens, including a Japanese garden, rock garden, and perennial borders. It’s a tranquil oasis within the bustling city of Bellevue, perfect for strolling and enjoying the flora.
  6. Mercer Slough Nature Park (Bellevue): This urban wetland offers a glimpse of natural beauty right in Bellevue. You can explore the extensive network of boardwalks and trails through wetlands, forests, and open water. It’s an excellent place for birdwatching and enjoying the serenity of nature.
  7. Marymoor Park (Redmond): Located in nearby Redmond, Marymoor Park is a large regional park along the shores of Lake Sammamish. The park offers an array of outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, birdwatching, and even a climbing wall. The lush greenery and open spaces make it a popular spot for picnics and outdoor events.
  8. Kubota Garden (Seattle): This hidden gem in Seattle’s Rainier Beach neighborhood is a traditional Japanese garden featuring tranquil ponds, waterfalls, and beautifully landscaped gardens. It’s a serene place to relax and appreciate the art of Japanese garden design.

These parks offer a wide range of outdoor experiences, from hiking and wildlife viewing to picnicking and simply enjoying the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Whether you’re in Seattle or Bellevue, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to connect with nature.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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