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More About Kirkland, WA

Kirkland is a suburb east of Seattle, Washington. The city's downtown waterfront has many festivals and activities to enjoy. Kirkland has restaurants, art galleries, performing arts, beaches, a large public library, sculptures, a public pool, and public parks. Kirkland was the original home of the Seattle Seahawks football team’s headquarters until 2008 but now the practice fields and facility are part of Northwest University. Views of Lake Washington, the Olympic Mountains, Downtown Bellevue, and Mount Rainier can all be seen from the Kirkland Corridor trail.

Fun Activities in Kirkland


  • Marina Park is known for ferry rides, concerts, restaurants, and more
  • Juanita Bay Park has a nature park with a variety of wildlife and walking trails
  • Cross Kirkland Corridor Trail is a great place for biking, walking, and running
  • Juanita Beach Park is a great place to swim and see a variety of ducks and seabirds
  • Google has a campus along the Kirkland Corridor where you can play a number of sports, zip line, visit their cafe, and do other activities

History of Kirkland 


The land around Lake Washington to the east of Seattle was first settled by Native Americans. English settlers arrived in the late 1860s when the McGregor and Popham families built homesteads. In 1886, Peter Kirk moved to Washington after hearing that iron deposits had been discovered.


Kirk realized that if a town were built near the water, it would be a virtual freshwater port to the sea and help support any prospective mill. Leigh S. J. Hunt, then owner of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, offered to partner with Kirk and buy necessary real estate.


The first woolen mill in the state of Washington was built in 1892. Upon completion of the Lake Washington Ship Canal in 1917, the construction of ocean-going vessels had become a major business. More than 25 warships during World War II for the U.S. Navy were built on Carillon Point in Kirkland, where the Seattle Seahawks later had their headquarters.


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