Kirkland Washington's waterfront location offers unlimited recreational opportunities and spectacular views. Cruise ships depart regularly from downtown to explore Lake Washington's shores.
Such offerings make Kirkland a perfect one-day vacation or a place to put down roots. With its necklace of public parks, Kirkland's amenities are not lost on residents or visitors. Kirkland is regionally known for its outstanding parks system. On sunny summer afternoons, Lake Washington Boulevard is filled with walkers, joggers, bicyclists, roller bladers, - and a few motorists - traversing the short mile from Marina Park to Carillon Point. Some are out for exercise, others for the lakeside sunsets and others still for kayak and canoe tours or volleyball on the sand courts.
Kirkland's arts scene is sophisticated and international, but also quirky and homegrown. Fine arts galleries bring major exhibitions to town and feature prominent artists. The Kirkland Performance Center brings in name acts and performers.
Kirkland real estate has always held its value do to its desirable neighborhoods and strong community feeling.  Search Kirkland Real Estate.
Popular Kirkland area links:
  • Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce 
    401 Parkplace Ste 102, Kirkland...........425-822-7086
  • City of Kirkland
    123 Fifth Ave, Kirkland..........425-587-3000
  • Lake Washington School District
    16250 NE 74th St, Redmond..........425-936-1200
  • Boys & Girls Club
    10805 124th Ave NE, Kirkland..........425-827-0132
  • Evergreen Hospital
    12040 NE 128th St, Kirkland..........425-899-1000
  • Kirkland Performing Center
    350 Kirkland Ave, Kirkland..........425-893-9900
  • Kirkland Visitor Website:    www.explorekirkland.com