Lewis Creek Park Visitor Center

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5808 Lakemont Boulevard SE

Lewis Creek Park - open daily from dawn to dusk.
Lewis Creek Visitor Center - open Wednesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Closed on Monday, Tuesday, and all City-observed holidays.

Park and Visitor Center Amenities/Description

The Lewis Creek Park and Visitor Center serve as community gathering places for environmental education and recreation. More than 80 percent of the 55-acre park is preserved in its natural condition. image of Lewis Creek Park Visitor Center - front entrance The park is situated at the headwaters of Lewis Creek and offers three diverse habitats to explore - wetland, grassland and forest - all accessible by boardwalks and soft-surface trails.Our easily-accessible headwater wetland provides considerable benefits to the community by cooling the waters of Lewis Creek, providing filtration of pollutants, slowing run-off to reduce downstream erosion, and providing valuable wildlife habitat. In addition to the nearly three-mile trail system, the site includes a visitor center, separate play areas for younger and older children, basketball court, soccer/baseball fields that can be reserved for practices and games, and restrooms that are open from dawn until dusk, seven days per week.

The Lewis Creek Visitor Center

The 2,500 square-foot, multipurpose interpretive center provides visitors with Bellevue Parks and regional system information, family programs and recreational opportunities. Stop in to check out a pair of binoculars or grab a book from the library and relax in the seating area.  

Lewis Creek Park Visitor Center - play area and back of building


The Visitor Center is available for rentals during non-open hours. This facility is ideal for small social gatherings and business meetings. Tables and chairs are available for all rentals. Maximum capacity is 50 people. Visitor Center rental information

Programs and events:

Park Rangers lead tours of the park and offer interpretive programs on a wide range of nature-related topics:


From I-405 South, merge onto I-90 East via exit 11 toward Spokane. Take the Lakemont Boulevard Southeast exit (Exit 13), toward Southeast Newport Way. Turn right onto West Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast/Lakemont Boulevard Southeast. Continue to follow Lakemont Boulevard. Park is on the left at 5808 Lakemont Blvd. SE.

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