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Your recreation guide to Seattle & Western Washington.

Mercer Slough Nature Park

Bellefields Trailhead: 1905-118th Avenue SE
Winter House: 2102 Bellevue Way SE
Blueberry Farm: 2380 Bellevue Way SE
Sweyolocken Boat Launch: 3000 Bellevue Way SE (non-motorized boats)
 425 452-2565

Put on your hiking boots, rent a kayak or a canoe, pack a lunch, load up the kids or farm them out and just bring that special someone along, because this is the place to go to get back to nature.

Mercer Slough Nature Park, at 350 acres, is Lake Washington’s largest remaining wetland. It provides habitat for otters, beavers, muskrat, turtles, and frogs—you might even see a coyote.

The slough is also home to over 100 species of birds, including both great blue and green herons, hawks, ospreys, mallards, wood ducks, woodpeckers, and. song birds. Enjoy walking, canoeing or kayaking over and around seven miles of beautiful trails. And it’s just short drive from downtown Bellevue.