Redmond/Puget Power Trail 196th Ave NE & NE Redmond-Fall City Rd, Redmond, WA98053 The Redmond/Puget Power trail is an 11-mile trail with a variety of terrains. Some of the trail meanders through the…More countryside, while other parts are in wooded areas. The trail is good for hiking, running, mountain biking, skating, and dog-walking (with a leash). There are parts for all levels, from novice to advanced hikers and bikers. There are few stores along the trail, so bring your own water and food. There is free parking available on the street along the trail.
Hidden Ridge Trail NE 104th St & 172nd Ave NE, Redmond, WA98052 Hidden Ridge trail extends around Hartman Park, across the road from Redmond High School. This half-mile trail is easy…More to walk and suitable for all ages and fitness levels. The surface is asphalt, and it offers some nice views of the mountains as you get close to the main road. There is street parking available next to the trail.
Redmond West Wetlands NE 60 St and SR-520, Redmond, WA98073 Redmond West Wetlands offers 4 ½ acres of constructed wetlands and wooded areas. Located adjacent to Bridle…More Crest Trails, it is a quiet, pleasant place to enjoy nature. There is an interpretive trail through the woods and free street parking is available. There are no restrooms or stores, so be sure to bring your own water and food.
East Lake Sammamish Trail E Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE & NE 65th St, Redmond, WA98052 East Lake Sammamish Trail is a gorgeous 11-mile trail that connects Issaquah, Sammamish and Redmond. Offering stunning…More views of Lake Sammamish, this trail is good for bikers, walkers, runners or those simply looking for a lovely stroll. The trail is gravel, and it connects to King County's public access system. There are private residences along the trail and the lake, and the occasional small business. You should bring your own water and snacks. There is free street parking available along the trail.
Farrel-McWhirter Loop Trail 19545 NE Redmond Rd, Redmond, WA98053 Located within the Farrel-McWhirter Farm Park, the Farrel-McWhiter Trail provides a peaceful nature walk, with…More opportunities for education and excitement for children. This 1 ¼ mile soft-surface trail is great for horseback riding and walking and is appropriate for all ages and abilities. You don't have to be exceptionally fit to enjoy this peaceful trail. Children will also love the farm park, which offers a variety of animals and enrichment opportunities. The trail has picnic tables, restrooms and ample parking.
The Patricia Harris Manor 16304 NE 81st St, Redmond, WA98052 The Patricia Harris Manor is a senior living center with great proximity to downtown Redmond, the Redmond Town Center…More shopping area and the Burke-Gilman Trail. The Patricia Harris Manor provides modern housing units with 1- or 2-bedrooms, spacious floor plans and comfortable living spaces. The Manor has approximately 80 different units.
The Gates of Redmond 15325 Redmond Way, Redmond, WA98052 The Gates of Redmond apartment complex is a relatively modern facility featuring spacious studio, one-, two- and…More three-bedroom units which vary in size from 550- to 1150-square feet. Each of the units comes with amenities that include modern appliances, wood-burning fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, individual washers and dryers and private patios. The complex itself offers easy access to multiple bike trails, a basketball court and complimentary Wi-Fi, and the apartments are pet friendly. Check out its website for more information.
Archstone Redmond Hill East 6110 186th Pl NE, Redmond, WA98052 Archstone Redmond Hill is a picturesque community that lies between the Cascade mountain range and Puget Sound in east…More Redmond. It is close to Lake Sammamish with its many recreational activities and the start of the 26-mile Burke-Gilman Trail in Marymoor Park. With 34 parks and more than 25 miles of trails in the area, you'll always have something to do outdoors.
Archstone Redmond apartments are also close to great shopping venues such as Redmond Town Center, Factory Stores at Northbend and the luxurious Bellevue Square. Redmond has become the growing economic base for major employers such as Microsoft, Genie and Nintendo. Just minutes from Seattle and Bellevue, they pride themselves on offering the best of services and amenities located on site such as a business/meeting facility, multiple swimming pools/ sport courts and a fitness center.
Bridle Crest Trail NE 60th st and 132nd ave northeast, Redmond, WA98073 Bridle Crest Trail is a 2-mile, soft-surface trail for horseback riding, hiking and walking. Located in Bridle Trails…More State Park, it is a densely wooded area that feels miles away from the city. You'll feel like you're deep in nature in these forests, so be sure to bring your own water, snacks and supplies. Also, watch out for horses, as horseback riding is a popular sport in Bridle Crest Trail. There is free street parking available along the trail.
King County Parks 6046 W Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond, WA98052 The King County Park system is a collection of beautiful parks and trails throughout Redmond and the surrounding areas.…More There are 23 developed parks, constituting more than 1,000 acres and 17 miles of trails. Additionally, the park system includes eight undeveloped parks, constituting nearly 300 acres and nine miles of undeveloped trails. Popular parks include Marymoor Park, Edge Skate Park, Cascade View Park, Grass Lawn Park and Bear Creek Park, among many others.
The unique exterior design of The Boulders resembles a Northwest style lodge. The complex features one- and…More two-bedroom condos ranging in size from 590 - 815 square feet.
From Marymoor Park to the Burke-Gilman Trail and Redmond Town Center, The Boulders is close to it a variety of entertainment and services.
Deer Park Condominiums 9302 Redmond Woodinville Rd NE, Redmond, WA98052 Built in 1979, these spacious apartment homes are located near the Burke Gilman Sammamish Trail. The site features…More plenty of cedar and fir trees, as well as the safety of a dead-end street. Owners have access to a common club house, outdoor pool and sauna.
Watershed Preserve 21760 NE Novelty Hill Rd, Redmond, WA98053 Watershed Preserve is a large, 800-acre park with plenty of trails and wooded areas. The multiple trails are well-suited…More for hiking, walking, mountain biking and horseback riding. The park also has an ADA interpretive trail, restrooms and a free parking lot.
Viewpoint Neighborhood Park 18440 NE 24th St, Redmond, WA98052 Set on 5 acres, Viewpoint Park features an inviting play structure, pickleball court, picnic tables basketball hoops, a…More wooded area with trails, and open space.
Luke McRedmond Landing 15811 Redmond Way, Redmond, WA98052 Luke McRedmond Landing is a beautiful 2.5-acre park located behind Hotel Sierra and the Riverpark apartment building. It…More features plenty of open space, a picnic shelter, canoe launch, fishing pier for the handicapped, ample free parking and trails for walking and biking. It is adjacent to the Sammamish River Trail and conveniently located near shopping and dining, yet it is still remote enough to provide a quiet, tranquil setting.
The Lodge At Redmond Ridge 22433 NE Marketplace Drive, Redmond, WA98053 The Lodge at Redmond Ridge features one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartment homes and is located within the Pacific…More Northwest's premier location will all the conveniences only minutes away. Located within minutes of Microsoft campuses, Redmond Town Center & Downtown Redmond.
The Lodge is surrounded by miles of trails, retail and dining options. Also, walk to Microsoft Connector pick-up & drop-off.
The Lodge provides 24- hr fitness center, complete clubhouse with business center & theatre room, seasonal pool and year-round spa, BBQ Grill and sun deck, and a play area for our smallest residents.
The Lodge Apartments in Redmond Ridge is a very pet friendly community with no weight restrictions.
Short-term leases are available! Call today to schedule your tour of these beautiful apartment homes.
Paper Trail 23515 NE Novelty Hill Rd, Redmond, WA98053 Paper Trail, a cozy stationery store with a friendly staff, offers a variety of cards in many styles for all occasions,…More as well as invitations, stationery sets, key chains, soaps and other gifts. Invitations can also be customized and ordered here.
The Sammamish River Regional Trail can be accessed at Marymoor Park and several other points in Redmond. It offers…More 9.6 miles of trails for walking, running, biking and skating. Horseback riding is also permitted between Northeast 175th Street in Woodinville and Marymoor Park.
The area is very pleasant and quiet, and there is ample parking available (both paid and unpaid, depending on the location). There are also dining options such as Subway, along with public restrooms, public art, picnic areas, benches and the other attractions in Marymoor Park.
Just 12 miles northeast of Seattle, Redmond Town Center is an open-air urban village featuring two levels of retail…More with 110 stores and 17 restaurants, as well as hotel and entertainment offerings. In addition, the mall accommodates office space, housing AT&T, Microsoft and the Lake Washington School District headquarters.
Adorned with artwork including fountains, a children's play area and functional art bicycle racks, Redmond Town Center projects an upscale festival atmosphere. Among the most notable is the eastside’s oldest farmer’s market, the Redmond Saturday Market, which features food products, fresh flowers, plants and Washington-based jewelry and crafts May through October. Conforming with the active, outdoor Pacific Northwest lifestyle, the Center is also surrounded by 45 acres of dedicated green space, an active salmon-spawning habitat and a regional trail system.