12204 NE 124th Street
Kirkland, WA 98034
Phone: (425) 821-8300
Fax: (425) 823-1218
12204 NE 124th Street, Kirkland, WA, US, 98034
- Phone: (425) 821-8300
- Fax: (425) 823-1218
Free and open, skate at-your-own-risk facility. Concrete pad with
This pool is heated to a pleasant 86
Reservations are recommended. Spring Hours: Mothers Day Weekend, Memorial Weekend 1 to 6 p.m. Summer Hours: June 1 through September 3. Closed Tuesdays. Fall Hours: September 4 through 30, weeekends only from 1 to 4 p.m. Closed October through April.
Public bowling is available on a walk-in basis. They generally have some lanes designated for public bowling at all times - even on league night. X-Bowl is a whole new approach to bowling as hi-tech entertainment, with disco lights, glow-in-the-dark pins, and pulsating rhythms by their own in-house DJ. They offer two sessions every Friday and Saturday night.
This shop offers scuba training, continuing education courses, a service department, and a rental department.
Bellevue Municipal Golf Course provides a good round for beginning and intermediate golfers, with a fair number of hazards for a municipal course. The fairways and greens survive poor drainage, heavy traffic and active waterfowl. Weekend crowds can make for long rounds. The course fee varies with the weekdays.
Administered by King County, Marymoor Park really is a beautiful area of wilderness. The park is a huge expanse of overgrown fields, alder woods, marshes, and a bubbling river. The large dog run gets crowded on weekends. Head for the running trails, horse paths, tennis courts, velodrome and climbing wall. Take kids on the interpretive nature trail, or to the playgrounds, or to the community garden plots. The whole area can fill up with cars and people and still feel empty.
Matthews Beach Park is something of an oasis. Well-laid-out with fruit trees, picnic benches and playgrounds, this is the kind of urban Eden that kids love. On summer weekends, the beach is full of families swimming and playing in the waters of Lake Washington. The Burke-Gilman bike trail zooms right by here, and the rolling lawns of this 22-acre park make a good stopping point for a waterfront lunch. There's also a wildlife refuge at the southern end of the park.
Features five properties, seven championship courses and one hundred twenty-seven signature holes.
Offers and fun and safe area to enjoy skateboarding. The facilities can be rented for functions and lessons are offered.
At Washington State's busiest golf course, foursomes go off every six minutes, and there's always an audience for a nervous golfer's first drive of the day. The fairways and greens show a little wear under the heavy traffic. The course is par 71, 6482 yards. There's also a short 9-hole course. Make reservations up to one week in advance, especially recommended for weekends. Singles can usually walk on. Check for junior, senior, twilight, early morning and winter discounts.
The Aquatic Center offer the Blue Lagoon Pool that is 25 yards with six lap lanes, a diving tank and a 10-foot slide. There is also a Warm Springs Pool where the average temperature is 91 degrees. This one-of-a-kind pool was built for therapy and rehabilitation, but is available for public open swim. Locker rooms are available for men, women and families. The pools are available for rental, along with a "party room." The pools are open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 3 p.m.