Jasper's Dog Park 11225 NE 120th St, Kirkland, WA98034 Jasper's Dog Park allows dogs to be off a leash; however, pet owners must be 16 or older and be capable of controlling…More their dogs. The park is run by a nonprofit organization, Kirkland Dog Off-Leash Group, which has set up a list of conditions for visiting the park, such as bringing poop bags, water and water bowl, that can be viewed at the website.
Heronfield Wetlands NE 124th St & 107th Pl NE, Kirkland, WA98034 Heronfield Wetlands is nestled in between apartments in Kirkland's Totem Lake area. It's an open-grass area ideal for…More picnics or playing a game of catch. Along the length of the wetlands is a pathway for dog-walking or a leisurely stroll or jog.
Heritage Park 111 Waverly Way, Kirkland, WA98033 At the base of Market Street in downtown Kirkland and connected to Heritage Hall lies Heritage Park. Previously a…More school, the entrance to the park showcases the old school's entrance. There are lots of open spaces, grassy fields and a paved walkway that spans the outer perimeter of the park for walking the dog, strolling and taking in the water view or exercise. On the north end of the park is a parking lot and tennis courts for lots of summer fun.
Terrace Park 10333 NE 67th St, Kirkland, WA98033 This small park is located just south of Lakeview Elementary in Kirkland's Houghton neighborhood. An open grassy field…More is perfect for kicking around a soccer ball or playing fetch with the dog. One basketball hoop lines its eastern edge. A little playground suitable for toddlers and preschool age children along with four swings sits at the park's entrance. A small parking lot is available as well as street parking. A portable restroom shows up during summer months, but there is no restroom in the off-season.
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.
Van Aalst Park 335 13th Ave, Kirkland, WA98033 Van Aalst Park is a great family park surrounded by neighboring homes. There is a basketball court for great one-on-one…More games, playground and swing set for the kids as well as picnic tables and benches for the family. There is also an open field for outdoor games and the family dog.
Phyllis A. Needy Hougton Neighborhood Park 10811 NE 47th St, Kirkland, WA98033 In the heart of Kirkland's Central Houghton area, Phyllis A. Needy Houghton Neighborhood Park has been open since the…More early 1990s. There is a large, open area for family fun and dogs to run, picnic tables both under cover and not, a basketball court and lots of open space for play.
Marsh Park 6605 Lake Washington Blvd NE, Kirkland, WA98033 Marsh Park is an open expanse of grass right on the water that's great for lounging in the sun and hanging with friends.…More Sunbathe either on the water or docks, which give direct access to the water. Dogs are welcome. In summer, visitors will also find volleyball nets and plenty of games to join in.
Crestwoods Park 1818 6th St, Kirkland, WA98033 Crestwoods Park is a vast area of grassy land for a variety of athletic events. Soccer and baseball are played on the…More main fields with benches and restrooms for fans. No dogs are allowed on the field so make sure to have you pup on a leash.
Rose Hill Woodlands Park 9930 124th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA98033 Rose Hill Woodlands Park hosts lots of room for running around, playing with your dog and family fun. Kids can enjoy a…More playground, swing set and everyone can enjoy picnics either at the picnic tables or on the grass. There's even a pathway for walks and exercise.
McAuliffe Park 10824 NE 116th St, Kirkland, WA98034 McAuliffe Park is like two parks in one. On one side is a large open grass field with lots of room to spread out and…More have fun. Picnic benches either under the large tree for shade or in the open air give great options for eating. However, no dogs are allowed on this side. The other side is geared toward family fun with more open space for the family and for dogs to run. It also has a playground and swing set.
The search-engine giant Google has an office in Kirkland, Wash. About 400 employees work in this…More state-of-the-art building. Google picked the Kirkland site partly because of the talented pool of workers nearby. This office works on Google Talk, Google Video Chat and Google Maps.</p>
<p>Google is known for its appreciation of its employees, and it is demonstrated in this facility. Outside there are beautiful views of the Olympic mountains, visible from the small dog park – yes, dogs are welcome as long as co-workers agree.</p>
<p>Inside this LEED-certified building is a two-story climbing wall, a cafeteria with complimentary food and several areas where employees can take a break to play a game of pool or foosball. And if the stress is a little more advanced, they can get a massage.</p>
<p>Google has hired many of its workers from the area – 126 employees as of the beginning of 2011 live in Kirkland.</p>
Houghton Beach Park 5811 Lake Washington Blvd NE, Kirkland, WA98033 An expansive beach with lots of room for socializing and family time, Houghton Beach has been a mainstay on Lake…More Washington's Blvd for years. There are tons of places to picnic and lay out, playground, volleyball area, food and docks for jumping in the water or sunbathing. Dogs are welcome.
Spinney Homestead Park 11710 NE 100th Pl, Kirkland, WA98033 Spinney Homestead Park is a family friendly park nestled at the end of a street. This park offers a large athletic field…More for throwing a frisbee or playing soccer or field hockey. It also has plenty of space for running with your dog or playing a family game of catch. There is a paved walkway that surrounds the perimeter, ideal for exercise or walking with a stroller. The playground is located at the beginning of the park for easy access and lots of fun play time.
Cotton Hill Park 110th Ave NE & NE 98th St, Kirkland, WA98033 Cotton Hill Park boasts both an expansive walking trail, lots of woods, natural habitat and wetlands. Being a habitat,…More Cotton Hill Park provides food and water sources from the plants as well as natural shelter from the elements. Take a walk on the trail solo or with your dog to see for yourself all the natural wildlife and wetlands.
Highlands Park 11210 NE 102nd St, Kirkland, WA98033 Highlands Park has a large open field for family fun and dogs to run. There is a playground, swing set and basketball…More court for pick-up games or one-on-one. For those who want to relax, there are picnic tables and benches for relaxing or eating with family and lots of rolling hills for fun and games. The park is on NE 102nd Street and 112th Avenue NE.