A 110-acre urban wildlife habitat, this marshy wetland is the perfect spot to don your binoculars to spot songbirds, shorebirds, turtles, beavers, and other small mammals. Interpretive signs are located throughout the park for self-guided tours along paved trails and boardwalks; or take one of the guided tours conducted by volunteer Park Rangers from the Eastside Audubon Society. Just to the north of Juanita Bay Park is Juanita Beach Park, a great spot for picnicking,
sunbathing, and swimming. On Friday nights, May through October, there's a farmer's market. The first Friday of each month is Kid's Day, with crafts, bouncy houses, goats, and puppet shows.
2201 Market Street, Kirkland, Washington, 98034, United States
425-576–8805-Eastside Audubon Society