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Nearby Cities and Towns
Redmond, a suburb of Seattle, is located in King County approximately 4 miles from Kirkland, 5 miles from Bellevue and 20 minutes from downtown Seattle. Best known as home to Microsoft and Nintendo, Redmond offers a positive business climate attracting all kinds of entrepreneurs. With over 25 miles of trails, it's easy to see why Redmond is known as "the bicycle capitol of the Northwest".
A popular weekend destination, Redmond offers many attractions including performing arts, theater, beautiful parks featuring Marymoor Park, a diverse park with a climbing wall, dog park, Velodrome and summer concert series plus much more. Shopping is a one of a kind experience with many unique shops in the Redmond Town Center and the historic downtown.
For wine lovers, Redmond is within a short driving distance to many of the wineries and tasting rooms where one can take a tour of the wineries or attend one of the many events located at the wineries.
For the outdoor enthusiast, Lake Sammamish and Lake Washington are within a couple of miles where you can enjoy paddling, boating or take a lake cruise. Winter provides snow activities such as skiing and snowboarding at Snoqualmie Pass which is about a half hour drive from Redmond.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Moon Washington, 9th Edition by Ericka Chickowski. From urban cities to rural towns, this native gives an insider's perspective on everything the Evergreen State has to offer featuring great places to eat, scenic drives and volunteer vacations. Discover Seattle's arts and culture, climbing Mt. Rainier, sleeping in a train car near Elbe and much more. Order now...
Washington Travel and Recreation Directory 2010 by Inc. Rite-Way Publishing. This Directory is packed with relevant area travel information, places to see, things to do, outdoor recreation, fun for the kids, hotels, interesting area facts and much more in Washington. Order now...
Great Places: Washington: A Recreational Guide to Washington's Public Lands and Historic Places for Birding, Hiking, Photography, Fishing, Hunting and Camping by John Kruse. The geology, animal and plant life, and history of Washington's most-storied and scenic locales, including the best local lodging and amenities are explained in this full color guide. Order now...
Hidden Washington: Including Seattle, Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, Olympic Peninsula, Cascades and Columbia River Gorge (Hidden Travel) by Eric Lucas. This author gets to know each community by going from neighborhood to neighborhood. This book will take you to all the great spots while describing both the famous attractions and hidden favorites. Order now...
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