Do you enjoy golfing with a view? This one-stop golf center, offers everything from delectable dining, stunning views, practice areas, and educational hotspots.
The largest on-island park, Pioneer Park boasts three quadrants, each geared towards something a little different…
Looking for a new and affordable home on the island – Mercer Island! We’ve got you covered!
A hub of people at most any time, Grass Lawn Park is an ultra-convenient park, infused with activity, and natural and artistic beauty.
This hidden park is epicenter for organized sports on the Eastside!
Activity is the heart of Mercer Island. Curious what the members of this local club do?
Mercer Island is consistently one of the top-rated schools in Washington! Curious about Island Park Elementary?
Schools can make or break any decision – for anyone!
On the edge of Bothell and Woodinville, rests a 13-are community hub. This enrichment-rich park allows the community to witness the natural state of the area, while featuring the conventional playgrounds and activities a park boasts.
Mercer Island is all about community, and commitment to that is displayed in nearly everything they do. From parks, events, and clubs – they aim to enrich!
The Highlands neighborhood in Renton has many great hubs of activity! Check out this multi-faceted park!
This premier downtown park plays a coveted role to the Mercer Island culture. Fun, educational, and seasonal events are all held here!
Parks are nature’s wonderlands! having one (or many) close to your house is simply a perk!
These two touching parks are one of the many centers of fun and activity on the island! Have you been?
Community Centers are geared for the entire community to share, utilize, and enjoy!
More on-island movies! Have you heard of this one?
Nature is something we can all learn more about – or from! This fun activity combines fun and learning for all levels!
Mercer Island packs itself with family-friendly activities. Keep up-to-date on their website!
Storytelling isn’t dead! Check out this Kirkland classic event for the entire family!
A blend of small-town atmosphere with a suburban character, the city also enjoys a unique core of urban lifestyles and conveniences. It is characterized by quality neighborhoods, vibrant natural features, and outstanding recreational opportunities. A variety of community gathering places provide numerous civic, cultural, and educational opportunities. Restaurants, shopping and entertainment venues dot the nature landscape of the city.
The City of Renton offers 29+ parks and trails to explore. The most popular is Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park on Lake Washington. This 53-acre park was rated by the Seattle Times as one of the top five parks in the Seattle area for children. The city’s Parks and Recreation Department offers team sports and individual activities. In addition, within the city there is an 18-hole golf course, a skate park, community center, a neighborhood center, senior center, two libraries, and a history museum.
The city of Medina, located on the shores of Lake Washington, is a a residential community of 2,970 people, made famous by high-profile residents Bill and Melinda Gates of Microsoft fame and Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos. It offers security and sanctuary, along with lakeside Pacific Northwest beauty. The per-capita income of Medina is the 3rd highest in Washington State and the 49th highest in the U.S. The prestigious Overlake Golf & Country Club is nestled along the eastern boarder of Medina. Its Arthur Vernon Macan-designed, 18-hole golf course has hosted many regional amateur and professional championships. Because of its size, the city is part of the Bellevue School District. Two private schools are located in Medina, Bellevue Christian School’s Medina Campus and St. Thomas School.
The Woodridge neighborhood located in the City of Bellevue is a primarily residential area located just south of downtown and east of Interstate 405. It includes some multifamily, office and light industrial development along Richards Road. Woodridge is characterized by quiet streets and comfortable homes – many with views of Lake Washington, downtown Bellevue and Seattle. Much of the community’s daily life revolves around Woodridge Elementary School, at the top of the hill.
Issaquah, named in 2011 as one of the “Best Towns” in the U.S. by Outside Magazine, is a terrific place to live and conduct business. It is a community of 30,000+ residents, and is conveniently located off the I-90 corridor, just 16 miles east of Seattle. Issaquah is a city dedicated to local traditions, hometown values, and award-winning neighborhoods. With one of Washington State’s top school districts, a series of thriving business districts and a growing arts, nightlife and recreation scene…Issaquah has it all!