The Lake Hills Greenbelt is a wetland corridor encompassing 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, blueberry farms and seasonal produce stands. Visitors can attend master gardener workshops at the Urban Demonstration Garden and enjoy nature walks with a park ranger out of the ranger station.
Parking and Entry Points
Community Gardens & Farm-Fresh Produce Stand: 15500 SE 16th St
Lake Hills Ranger Station: 15416 SE 16th St
Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm & Cabin: 14812 SE 8th St
Phantom Lake Park: 2034 156th Ave SE
Phantom Lake Non-Motorized Boat Launch: 2034 156th Ave SE
Phantom Lake Non-Motorized Boat Launch
Please visit the Phantom Lake Kiosk for a boating permit. Permits are free, and up to 12 non-resident, non-motorized boats are allowed at a time. Permits are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are valid for three hours. Boating is allowed only during daylight hours. For more information, please call 425-452-7225.
Donation Benches at Larsen Lake
At this time we are no longer accepting applications for benches around Larsen Lake. However, if you would like more information about the Donation Bench Program throughout Bellevue's park system, please contact Sheryl Humphrey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-452-4433.
- Wildlife Viewing
- Non-Motorized Boat Launch
- Horseback Riding
- Interpretive Exhibit
- Pets On Leash
- Picnic Tables
- Picnic Shelter
- Point of Interest
- Ranger-Led Events
- Ranger Station/Visitor Center
- Scenic Viewpoint
- Self-Guided Trail
- Informational Kiosk