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Tam O'Shanter Park Trails


Wildlife Viewing Trail

Tam O’Shanter Park is a 15-acre park located in northeast Bellevue. The predominately upland forest consists of Douglas fir and big leaf maple in the overstory, and Indian plum, elderberry, sword fern, and salal in the understory.  Trails connect to Redmond's Viewpoint Park to the north.

To reach the trailhead:
1655 173rd Ave NE
 

Activities:

Wildlife Viewing Walking
Hiking/Trail Running

Directions:

From SR-520, take 148th Avenue NE exit south. Turn left on NE 20th Street which becomes Northup Way. Turn left on 173rd Avenue NE. Park is on the right.



1655 173rd Ave NE
City of Bellevue Bellevue, WA

Map / Directions

Hours

Dawn to dusk



Phone
425-452-6885
Email
Parksweb@bellevuewa.gov
Fax
425-452-7221

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