Bordered by the city of Kirkland to the west and the city of Bellevue to the southwest, Redmond, WA is located 15 miles east of downtown Seattle at the north end of Lake Sammamish.
Recognized as a top technology hubs in the country, Redmond is home to several notable companies including Microsoft, Nintendo and AT&T.
In addition to its technology notoriety, Redmond is also know as the “Bicycle Capital of the Northwest” hosting it’s annual Redmond Derby Days festival which features the world’s longest-running bike criterium race.
An outdoor enthusiasts paradise, Redmond is home to 47 public parks spanning 1,351 acres and over 59 miles of public trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Most notable is Marymoor Park, the largest park in King County at over 640 acres featuring a 48 acre off leash dog park, rock climbing, model airplane flying field, sports fields, tennis courts, cricket pitch, an outdoor theater, community gardens, outdoor concerts and a velodrome.