Bellevue Crossroads

Bellevue Crossroads – Bellevue water spray playground.  Jesse Tam  discover the water eastside and outdoors featuring a play area when the weather is warm.  The playground area was another inspired  projected by Rotary in Bellevue.  Children of all ages can enjoy the sprinkler park as they have several sections for different age groups.  What a fun and great place to cool off during hot summer days.  Bellevue is just a short drive from Seattle across the 520 Bridge or I-90  to reach the park. http://www.ci.bellevue.wa.us/crossroads_park.htm

Bellevue park – Jesse T

The park has much more to offer with nice walking trails that are surprisingly quite hilly.  The lower portion of the park, there are tennis and basketball courts plus a skateboard bowl. It’s a great park with plenty of picnic tables and shade/roof covering.  A portion of the area is for a community garden to plant fresh produce during the summer season.

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It really has something to offer people of all ages.  The Bellevue Strawberry Festival is held each year in late June. This summer event attracts families to the festivities with live music, bands, activities, food, car show and rides for all ages.

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Take a stroll along the trails with acres and acres to discover.   Located in the Crossroads area of #Bellevue. Follow my blogs https://jessetam.com/   Thanks for visiting, Jesse.

 

 

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Greetings from Jesse Tam Seattle, Bellevue and the Pacific Northwest. Explore and travel, discover new places, ideas and trends. Set goals, mentor others and volunteer!
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