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Exploring Kirkland's many parks is a great way to unwind. Vistas of Lake Washington, miles of unspoiled nature trails and bike routes are available. Be sure not to miss two our area's most unique parks: Bridle Trails State Park in Kirkland and St. Edwards State Park in Kenmore. Here are a few photos of our parks.

Turtle spotting in Juanita Bay Park

Turtle spotting in Juanita Bay Park

Juanita Bay Park

Juanita Bay Park

Fish Ladder at O.O. Denny Park

Fish Ladder at O.O. Denny Park

Tia Scarce removing invasive species from Juanita Heights Park

Tia Scarce removing invasive species from Juanita Heights Park

Juanita Woods

Juanita Woods

Crestwoods Park steps

Crestwoods Park steps

Bridle Trails State Park. http://www.bridletrails.org

Bridle Trails State Park. http://www.bridletrails.org

Edith Moulton Park (13710 108th Ave NE)

Edith Moulton Park (13710 108th Ave NE)

St. Edwards State Park in Kenmore has miles of nature trails. photo credit: www.sweetseattlelife.com

St. Edwards State Park in Kenmore has miles of nature trails. photo credit: www.sweetseattlelife.com

Marina Park

Marina Park

Heritage Park

Heritage Park

Big Finn Hill Park Nature Trails

Big Finn Hill Park Nature Trails

Carillon Woods Park

Carillon Woods Park

McAuliffe Park

McAuliffe Park

Cross Kirkland Corridor Trail

Cross Kirkland Corridor Trail

Watershed Park

Watershed Park

Sammamish River Trail in Redmond and Woodinville

Sammamish River Trail in Redmond and Woodinville