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 4710 Lake Washington Blvd,NE , Renton, WA, US, 98056

  • Phone: (425) 228-2858
  • Fax: (425) 228-3055
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3.2 out of 5 (82 reviews)
54% of guests recommend this hotel

Outdoor Activities

»The Golf Club at Newcastle

With awesome views and abundant greenery, The Golf Club at Newcastle is one of the prominent golf destinations in the city. The scenic landscape is defined by the spectacular merger of Lake Washington and Mount Reiner. Excellent facilities complete the experience here for golfers in the huge clubhouse, which has throughout-the-year practice facilities. A pavilion, which is a part of the club, is employed for hosting wedding receptions and banquets. Serving great food is also a reason behind their popularity, but the winner here, surely, is the splendid view.

15500 6 Penny Lane
Newcastle, WA 98059

»Robinswood Tennis Center

The Robinswood Tennis Center serves as a regional facility for the tennis community, offering a wide range of programs and services, and hosting a variety of community events. There is a pro shop and concessions. Please call to confirm hours of operation.

2400 151st Place Southeast
Bellevue, Washington 98007

»Foster Golf Links

Just south of Seattle sits this relatively short golf course about 5071 yards. Its string of modest par-four holes won't frustrate even the most inexperienced golfer. Two trickier holes and a sturdy bridge cross the Duwamish Slough on the back nine. The nearby freeway and airport make the course a little noisy. Please call the golf club for more information.

13500 Interurban Avenue South
Tukwila, WA 98168

»Kelsey Creek Park and Farm

Kelsey Creek Park and Farm, a sedate 150-acre park is a favorite with kids not only for the grass, sand and slides, but also for its resident population of pigs, chickens, horses and other farm animals. Kids get up close and personal with the animals, and have the opportunity to learn about animal care. For adults, the park offers more than two miles of hiking trails, including a gravel trail ideal for walking, jogging or biking. Admission to the park is free, so bring lunch and relax at one of the picnic tables.

410 130th Avenue South East
Bellevue, WA 98004

»Interurban Trail

This 14-mile trail is a continuation of the Green River Trail. Though it doesn't have the greenery of some other local trails, you will get to see a good representative portion of South Seattle along this one. It may not be the most beautiful ride in the world, but it is an excellent example of an urban trail and a perfect way to see the local sights. A trail map is available on the Web site.

6800 Fort Dent Way
Seattle, WA 98188

»Cougar Mountain Zoological Park

Operated by the Washington Zoological Society, Cougar Mountain Zoological Park is dedicated to the care of threatened and endangered species. You will find many unique creatures here, including the Formosa Sika, the Red-ruffed Lemur and the Hawaiian Nene Goose. You'll see the Cougar, after which the zoo is named. Lectures, outreach programs and camps all occur outside regular hours. Call or check website for details.

19525 South East 54th Street
Issaquah, WA 98027

»Jefferson Park Golf Club

Jefferson Park Golf Club is one of Washington State's busiest golf courses, with more than 100,000 rounds played here annually. Views of the Cascade Mountains provide breaks from challenging tree-lined holes. The course is about 6015 yards long. There's also a short 9-hole course and a driving range. Check for seasonal and annual discounts as well as training programs for amateur golfers.

4101 Beacon Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98108

»Rainier Golf & Country Club

The historic Rainier Golf & Country Club was designed in 1920 by golf architect Bob Collins who truly created a lasting legacy for the people of Seattle. Boasting 18 holes, the course is challenging and exciting for seasoned players however, amateurs don't fare too badly either. Rooms inside the club can be hired for private parties, corporate events and luncheons where you can choose from a succulent range of dishes.

11133 Des Moines Memorial Drive
Seattle, WA 98168

»Bellevue Aquatic Center

The Aquatic Center offer the Blue Lagoon Pool that is 25 yards with six lap lanes, a diving tank and a 10-foot slide. There is also a Warm Springs Pool where the average temperature is 91 degrees. This one-of-a-kind pool was built for therapy and rehabilitation, but is available for public open swim. Locker rooms are available for men, women and families. The pools are available for rental, along with a "party room." The pools are open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 3 p.m.

601 143rd Avenue Northeast
Bellevue, Washington 98007

»Oki Golf

Features five properties, seven championship courses and one hundred twenty-seven signature holes.

1416 112th Avenue Northeast
Bellevue, Washington 98004

»Frink Park

Originally designed by the Olmsted Brothers at the turn of the century for Model-T automobile owners, Frink Park is largely a woodsy ravine, beribboned with leisurely roads. Since the roads are quiet and the trails that wind through the forest even more so, they've become a favorite of joggers, cyclists and strollers. The park descends down the hill toward Lake Washington in tiers, with unexpected treats such as elegant stone bridges and rolling lawns. It ends at Leschi Park's tennis courts.

398 Lake Washington Boulevard South
Seattle, WA 98122

»Bellevue Skate Park

Offers and fun and safe area to enjoy skateboarding. The facilities can be rented for functions and lessons are offered.

14224 Bel-Red Road
Bellevue, Washington 98007
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