Kirkland Waterfront Kirkland, WA

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Kirkland Waterfront Kirkland, WA

Kirkland Waterfront Kirkland,

One of the most loved features of the city of Kirkland is her waterfront. The Eastside community is drawn to the beautiful scenery and sights surrounding the shores of Lake Washington. Kirkland Waterfront Kirkland, WA area spans from Waverly Beach Park to Carillon Point.

The city of Kirkland offers some of the Eastside’s best entertainment which includes restaurants, shopping, art galleries, theatres, parks, and businesses. However, the waterfront has a special place in the heart of the Kirkland community. Stroll  Kirkland Waterfront Kirkland, WA and bask in the beauty of the miles of soft shoreline, breathtaking views of the Olympic Mountains, and unforgettable sunsets.

The city of Kirkland was named by Wall Street Journal as one of the most walkable suburbs in the United States. The waterfront stretch is one of a kind.  Along Lake Washington www.ilovekirkland.orgBoulevard, you are bound to encounter a joggers, walkers with dogs or strollers... many of Kirkland city walkers enjoy their stroll with a trademark cup of  espresso in hand! Morning, Mid-day, or Evening. Rain, wind,  or shine. Fall, Spring, or Summer, Kirkland citizens can be found enjoying the beauty of the waterfront boulevard. Many of Kirkland’s citizens take advantage of the waterfront by going out on their boats, kayaking, swimming, and recently popular, paddle surfing. It is not uncommon to see people fishing on the docks in the early mornings. The Kirkland Waterfront Kirkland, WA  is inspiring and it is not uncommon to see people sitting on the docks reading a book or even exercising.

The Kirkland Waterfront Kirkland, WA has several parks that line its shores. These various parks include trails, plenty of grassy lounge areas, art sculptures, play equipment, www.ilovekirkland.organd more. As you walk from Waverly Beach Park to Carillon Point, take advantage of many of the public pathways that aren’t on the main route (less people and closer to the water). The public pathways are marked by signs, but can sometimes be missed if you aren’t paying attention. These trails offer picturesque views right along the water.

There is no better way to experience Kirkland than by taking in the beauty of the waterfront! For more information about Kirkland Waterfront Kirkland, WA  please visit


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Christine Farkas
Keller Williams Western Realty - Bellingham, WA
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This is a lovely place. Thanks for sharing. I'd love to visit Kirkland in the near future.

Sep 14, 2011 12:43 PM #1
Jim Frimmer
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The first time I went to Seattle, we explored all the waterfront areas there. I thought the floating bridge was awesom. Our hotel was over in Sammamish.

Sep 14, 2011 08:41 PM #2
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