Tree Tours

Bellevue's Tree Tour program guides attendees through the forests right outside their doors. Participants at the popular fall and winter tours of Downtown Park, Weowna Park, and Robinswood Park learned to identify some common tree species and gained new perspectives of the role of trees in cities. This spring, the tours are continuing at all three parks. Take in the fresh spring air, learn something new about your city, and meet some of your neighbors! 

For more information, email PMogilevsky@bellevuewa.gov and RSVP at the links below.

Spring Tours

Tree tours previously scheduled for March and April have been canceled because of public health concerns surrounding COVID-19. We will continue monitoring recommendations from public health officials as the situation changes. For more information about Bellevue's response to COVID-19, please visit bellevuewa.gov

A group of people in Downtown Park attend a tree tour.
Downtown Park

Take some time to get outside and discover the many interesting trees of Bellevue's Downtown Park! On this 1 hour half-mile tour, you will learn about Bellevue's urban forest, notable trees, and the history of land uses downtown. 

 
Robinswood Park

This spring, take some time to explore the forest, lake, and historic buildings that make Robinswood Park unique! On this 1 hour three-quarter mile tour, you will learn about Bellevue history, explore our urban forest, and learn about iconic tree species. 

 

Weowna Park
A group of people walk along a trail at Weowna Park.

You're invited to join a Weowna Park tree tour to explore one of Bellevue's oldest forests. On this 1 hour three-quarter mile tour, you will learn about the benefits of trees in cities, practice identifying our area's iconic tree species, and discover the fascinating history of Phantom Lake.