Ardmore Park

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16833 NE 30th St

Located in east Bellevue, Ardmore Park at 29.19 acres features a variety of plant and animal species indigenous to this area. This park has become a favorite field trip and birding trip destination. Visitors have the opportunity to see Bald Eagles, Red-tailed Hawks and Downy Woodpeckers, to name a few. The park's landscape varies in topography from a flat open area, to a rolling wooded area, traversed by an intermittent stream. The park's trails provide an excellent opportunity for hiking, bird watching, and nature study. Note: off-street parking only.

NOTICE:  Street Closures - NE 24th Street at 172nd Ave NE Slope Stabilization Project
Expect lane closures on NE 24th Street between 171st Avenue NE and 172nd Avenue NE, June 14 through Dec. 31, 2021. Closures are needed to build a retaining wall on the north side of NE 24th Street.

  • NE 24th Street entrance to Ardmore Park is closed. 
  • Warm-Up Trail in Ardmore Park will be partially closed between the bird viewing overlook and NE 24th Street entrance. Follow detours noted on closure signs.

Directions:

From SR-520, take 148th Avenue NE exit south. Turn left on NE 24th Street, then left onto Bel-Red Road. Turn right on NE 30th Street. Park will be on your right.

Hiking

Hiking

Pets on Leash

Pets On Leash

Picnic Area

Picnic Tables

Playground 5-12 yr

Playground (5-12 yr.)

Playground 2-5 Yr

Tot Lot (2-5 yr.)

Restrooms

Portable Restrooms (Seasonal)

Self-Guided Trail

Self-Guided Trail

Walking

Walking

Contact

Parks & Community Services
450 110th Avenue NE or PO Box 90012
Bellevue, WA 98009-9012
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