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Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own." - Charles Dickens

Newcastle Beach Park

Parent Category: Bellevue
Created: 22 July 2014
Photo from King County, Newcastle, Newcastle Beach ParkAddress:

4400 Lake Washington Blvd Se, Bellevue, WA



Picnic/Shelter Reservations:



Dawn to dusk

Photo from King County, Newcastle, Newcastle Beach Park
Park Features:
  • Playground 5-12 years
  • Tot Lot 2-5 years
  • 3 Picnic Areas, one with shelter and barbeque
  • Restrooms
  • Outdoor showers
  • Beach
  • Designated Swimming Area
  • Seasonal Lifeguards
  • Floating swimmer's dock
  • Sand
  • Nature Loop: 3/4 mile, Soft surface trail

Pictures and the video below will help you to take a virtual tour around the park! 

Enjoy it!

Photo from King County, Newcastle, Newcastle Beach Park

Newcastle Beach Park is the largest beach park in Bellevue, which is located on Lake Washington. The park offers views of Seattle as well as it features the view of Interstate 90. This park is not big, but it offers numerous recreational opportunities for different groups of people and families.

Newcastle Beach Park is really one of the most family friendly parks in Bellevue.

Beautiful large green field of the park brings you to a large 300-foot dock with great views of the lake and the surrounding nature. The park also features a large open field for games, nature trail, sandy swimming beach, train themed playground, which is really colorful and safe for kids.

A very nice picnic area can be also found in this park. This area is quite big and can be used for a group event.

Photo from King County, Newcastle, Newcastle Beach Park

A ¾ mile nature trail loop is perfect for family with kids. It runs through the beautiful park, over wooden bridges, through green forest. Keep your eyes open and enjoy bird singing and small animals.

The parking has two separate lots: one is on gravel and the other is paved.

These pictures were taken on July 8, 2014


From I-405

Take Exit #9 - 112th Avenue SE . Turn west at the top of the ramp and go towards lake Washington. Turn right onto Lake Washington Blvd SE. Continue down the hill into the park.


Photo: Roman Khomlyak

Photo Editing: Pavlo Petryshyn

Information: Marina Petrova

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