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Parks & nature in Bothell

Playground
“Closeby and connected to the Sammamish River Trail, which gives walkable/bikeable​ access to Woodinville wineries and parks. LimeBikes are available in the area.”
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Park
“If you have kiddos with you, this park in Woodinville has great toys to play on!”
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Playground
“Pretty park with playground, historic buildings and a bridge over the Sammamish River to the Sammamish River Trail. Lovely place to take a walk!”
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Park
“Blyth Park has great picnic benches to have your lunch, a great little playground for the kids, hiking trails and frisbee golf! (must bring your own Frisbee).”
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Park
“13-acre community park designed with a focus on native landscape preservation and restoration. All new plants in the park are native species. ”
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“College students join visitors and longtime residents in enjoying Sammamish River Park, which extends 1 mile south to Redmond. It is a great place to begin a walk, bike ride, or paddle boat. Cruser bikes, kayaks, canoes and paddleboards can be rented seasonally from Whatsup. ”
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“You can walk/bike from Redmond to the University of Washington and back, but, it is many miles of the flat Burke Gilman trail. Most locals love this as a go to for exercise. ”
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“2 Blocks from Traveler's Hideaway a vast forest for running, mountain biking and hiking awaits. ”
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