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Issaquah offers access to both big-city fun and the beautiful nature of the Pacific Northwest. Located less than 20 miles from Bellevue and Seattle, this city is known for its top-rated schools and active business scene. Issaquah’s proximity to the Cascade Mountains and many amenities have made it popular with residents of all backgrounds and ages.
Nicknamed “Trailhead City,” Issaquah is home to over 200 miles of trails and 1,300 acres of open space. Residents can enjoy a scenic hike, picnic at a local park, or leap into a new adventure with paragliding at Poo Poo Point. For water sports and nature spotting, head to nearby Lake Sammamish State Park for additional trails and two lakefront beaches perfect for kayaking, paddle boarding, and boating. In Issaquah, you have the great outdoors right at your doorstep.
As a resident of Issaquah, you’ll also be able to enjoy the city’s vibrant arts and culture scene. The historic downtown is known for its local galleries and performing arts schools, as well as a summer calendar brimming with outdoor performances, ArtWalks, and numerous community festivals. This centralized location makes it easy to catch a show at the nationally recognized Village Theatre, then enjoy nearby restaurants offering hand-crafted ales and fresh, local dishes. Looking for entertainment that’s a bit more wild? The Cougar Mountain Zoo offers a number of experiences and ten different animals for you to explore.
It wasn’t nicknamed “Trailhead City” for no reason—200 miles of trails and tons of open space, give this city an inviting, outdoor feel.
Close to Seattle and Bellevue, bustling Issaquah also has its own active business scene and top-rated schools.
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