Bellevue Beat | Stay active during coronavirus: Lake Hills Greenbelt Trails
Bellevue's Lake Hills Greenbelt Trails offer many options for staying active, keeping your exercise routine or starting new ones during WA's stay-at-home order. You can walk, jog, and ride a bike--just maintain a safe distance from others--on the multi-use trails that wind through the Lake Hills Greenbelt connecting Larsen and Phantom Lakes.
The greenbelt is a wetland corridor covering more than 150 acres of diverse wildlife habitat including forests, wetlands, streams and lakes. Amenities include over three miles of trails, community gardens and pea patches, picnic areas, lakeside docks and benches, blueberry farms and seasonal produce stands.
We dropped by recently for a jog starting out at Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm. The one-way jog to the farm stand at Phantom Lake is approximately one mile. Here are some photos we took along the two-mile plus jog-and-walk.
Parking and Entry Points:
- Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm & Cabin: 14812 SE 8th St
- Community Gardens & Farm-Fresh Produce Stand: 15500 SE 16th St
- Lake Hills Ranger Station: 15416 SE 16th St
- Phantom Lake Park: 2034 156th Ave SE
Published: May 21, 2020