Ardmore Park

16833 NE 30th St

Located in east Bellevue, Ardmore Park features a variety of plant and animal species indigenous to this area.  This park has become a favorite field trip and birding trip destination.  Visitors have the opportunity to see Bald Eagles, Red-tailed Hawks and Downy Woodpeckers, to name a few.  The park's landscape varies in topography from a flat open area, to a rolling wooded area, traversed by an intermittent stream.  The park's trails provide an excellent opportunity for hiking, bird watching, and nature study.  29.19 Acres, off-street parking only.

Hours:

Dawn to dusk

Amenities:

Trails, play area and picnic tables (2) - 29.19 acres
Off street parking only

Directions:

From SR-520, take 148th Avenue NE exit south. Turn left on NE 24th Street, then left onto Bel-Red Road. Turn right on NE 30th Street. Park will be on your right.

  • Hiking Hiking
  • Pets on Leash Pets On Leash
  • Picnic Area Picnic Tables
  • Playground 5-12 yr Playground (5-12 yr.)
  • Playground 2-5 Yr Tot Lot (2-5 yr.)
  • Restrooms Portable Restrooms (Seasonal)
  • Self-Guided Trail Self-Guided Trail
  • Walking Walking

Contact

Parks & Community Services 450 110th Avenue NE or PO Box 90012Bellevue, WA 98009-9012

Telephone

425-452-6885

Email

parksweb@bellevuewa.gov

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