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Five Spring Experiences that are Must-Haves on Seattle’s Eastside

If you’re looking for ways to enjoy Spring’s welcoming combination of more sunny skies, and longer hours of daylight, you’ve come to the right place! Today we’re sharing five of our favorite ways to spend a sunny Spring weekend on Seattle’s Greater Eastside.

The Perfect Fall Family Day in Issaquah, WA

Our perfect Fall day in Issaquah is packed with fun for families of all ages, and features all outdoor activities. Whether you’re heading out on a day trip, or playing tourist in your own town, consider giving this Fall Family itinerary a try!

Duthie Hill Park Mountain Biker on Berm

Riding Issaquah’s Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park

Part of our ongoing series featuring our favorite Eastside parks and trails, read on to find out what you’ll want to know before riding the trails at Issaquah’s Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park.

Dock at Yellow Lake

Wandering the Yellow Lake Loop in Sammamish, WA

A serene hideaway for year round urban escapes – this Eastside trail is a perfect loop for young hikers and casual walks. Part of our ongoing series featuring our favorite Eastside parks and trails, read on to find out what you’ll want to know on your wander around Yellow Lake.

Discovering the Farmers Markets on Seattle’s Eastside

There’s never been a better year for open-air shopping, fresh and nutritious food, and support of our local farmers and businesses. Fortunately for us Eastsiders, there is a plethora of markets to choose from on a weekly basis. In this post we share a complete list of farmers markets around the eastside, to help you find the ones closest to you, or a new one to discover!

Barnyard Horse at Farrel-McWhirter Farm Park, Redmond, WA

Exploring Redmond’s Farrel-McWhirter Farm Park

Hidden in the hillside near Redmond’s Novelty Hill Road you’ll find one of the city’s many hidden gems – Farrel-McWhirter Farm Park. Read on to explore what you’ll find at Farrel-McWhirter!

Eight Off-Leash Dog Parks on the Eastside for Your Furry Friend

The Eastside has so many amazing options when it comes to outdoor places to take your pooch, from hikes down the I-90 corridor, to strolls through the local downtown parks, however we all know Fido’s favorite is to get the opportunity to roam free at one of the Eastside’s many off-leash dog parks.


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