Bridle Trails State Park NE 53rd St & 116th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA98033 Bridle Trails State Park, at 482 acres, has been is a mainstay for horse riders in Kirkland for decades. Many neighbors…More own horses or utilize boarding spaces to house horses. Part of the area includes a horse show grounds. Bridle Trails State Park is composed of 28 miles of trail, for horse riding, hiking and running. Dogs on leash are welcome too, but bicycles prohibited.
Bridlewood Stables 5229 116th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA98033 Bridlewood Stables is an equestrian facility located next to a private home, across the street from Bridle Trails State…More Park. The facility includes a covered riding area and provides boarding services. For more information, call the stables during regular business hours.
Evergreen Equestrian Center is located near Bridle Trails Park and just a few minutes from the 405 Freeway…More at the NE 70th Place exit. The center specializes in lessons and training for Hunters, Jumpers and Equitation. It also works with sales. The customized lessons are designed for youth and adults at the appropriate level. Riding lessons are offered for the rider and/or the horse.</p>
<p>The center has an all-weather open ring and one indoor ring. There are also trails through Bridle Trails Park, measuring about 482 acres. Owner and trainer Travis Root has more than 15 years of riding experience, showing in the hunter and jumper ring in the United States and in Europe. </p>
Central Park Tennis Club 12630 NE 59th St, Kirkland, WA98033 This hidden gem of an athletic club has been tucked next to Bridle Trails State Park since 1973. Though primarily…More a tennis club, it also has a pool, a fitness center, and a Sassy's Cafe, which serves lunch and dinner. The nationally ranked Junior Tennis Team is a great credit to the trainers, who coach children as young as 3. Daycare is available for parents hoping to sneak in a workout. Central Park Tennis Club is member-owned.