Juanita Bay Park is a 1 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Kirkland, Washington that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Nice flat trail. Short with a view of the lake.
Great for a walk or run on a break from work. Really pretty!
It was very beautiful place to visit. I loved it. Every path is very easy to see and I never felt like I can't see what's around the corner. The views are just amazing.
Easy trail and three separate trails leads to the lake. Good lake view with lots of birds. Good for joggers but not fun enough for our family.
Parked at Juanita beach Park and walked a few blocks along the road to Juanita Bay park. There is a beaver lodge on the east side of the pedestrian bridge. All trails are paved. frequently used by jogging and cycling.
Short but scenic trail run with lots of great views
It's very cute. Water view. Nature. This would be an ideal romantic place to take a walk. It's not much if you're just cycling or running. But perfect for walks. Not too crowded.
When we lived in Kirkland we would head down the park and stand on the old bridge and watch the bats. Haven't been there for awhile but I would imagine they are still there.
A few different paths, some leading to a little dock and others leading to residential entrances to the park. A decent amount of people on a cold sunny Saturday..
Juanita Bay park is a popular site for birders, walkers and joggers located on Lake Washington in Kirkland, WA. Adjacent to several neighborhoods, and nearby Juanita beach park this area features lake views, and bird watching.