• Visitor Centers and Environmental Programs

    Visitor Centers are closed, with outdoor programs being offered.  RSVP required. Playgrounds, sports courts and outdoor skate parks have reopened!  Please stay six feet from non-household members, wear a mask and wash hands frequently.

    Parks, trails and beaches remain open for walking and activities that do not require close proximity and allow for the recommended social distancing that allows six feet between people. The Bellevue Golf Course, Crossroads Par 3 Golf Course, Robinswood Tennis CenterBellevue Aquatic Center, outdoor tennis courts, playgrounds, sports courts, outdoor skate parks and ballfields are now open, with some safety and social distancing restrictions in place.  

      Community centers and visitor centers remain closed.  We continue to work toward safely re-opening facilities and re-start programming.  To learn about upcoming programs, including registration opportunities, subscribe to our e-newsletter and check out our free ranger programs.

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      The future health of Bellevue’s environment will be determined by all of us! Our programs reach youth, families, adults, local businesses, and community-based organizations to educate the Bellevue community about our natural resources.

      When we reopen - Join us for a program at one of our three environmental education facilities. The Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center, the Lake Hills Greenbelt Ranger Station, and the Lewis Creek Visitor Center offer high-quality environmental education and interpretation to the Bellevue Community year-round. Browse through the quarterly Natural Resource Programs brochure, or stop by one of the visitor centers to learn more!  See Program Flyer

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