“My family has enjoyed Bridle Trails State Park for many, many years. It’s the perfect place to get away and enjoy the peace and beauty of nature so close to home.”

— Marcea Galindo, Broker with Windermere Kirkland and Resident of Bridle Trails


Pedestrians and horses? Yes, this sign is real, and is found in one of Kirkland's most unique neighborhoods. Welcome to Bridle Trails. Don't be surprised if you happen to see somebody riding their horse on the side of the road as you drive through this beautiful place - that's just what they do here.

Located in the southern part of Kirkland, Bridle Trails is bordered by the South Rose Hill neighborhood just to the North, and the City of Bellevue to the South. Situated in one of the most idyllic settings imaginable, Bridle Trails perfectly blends the inspiration of nature and the convenience of location. Life seems to be a little more laid back here, and even though its boundaries border bustling cities, Bridle Trails seems to calm even the busiest busybody.

Throughout this neighborhood you'll find stunning homes and exquisite estates. With properties ranging from typical "houses" to sprawling mansions with acre upon acre of pasture, Bridle Trails has it all. Lush, natural vegetation and thick forests maintain a sense of seclusion and privacy with never-ending green belt spaces that help keep your mind quiet and relaxed.

The crown jewel of this special neighborhood is undoubtedly Bridle Trails State Park. With over 28-miles of riding trails situated on 482-acres, it is a horse lovers paradise and touted as one of the best equestrian riding areas West of the Mississippi. Don't have a horse? No problem. Bridle Trails State Park is a glorious place for an invigorating hike, a beautiful picnic or just a place to stroll and gain some clarity and peace-of-mind.

Rounding out this exceptional place to live is not only its convenience of location, but also the amenities found within. With local grocery stores, shops and restaurants, you're sure to find whatever you're looking for without going too far. With close proximity to both I-405 and SR-520, Bridle Trails is a breeze to get to, and also enjoys access by Sound Transit for convenient public transportation.

We hope you enjoy discovering more about the phenomenal neighborhood of Bridle Trails.

“There’s just nothing like a leisurely stroll through Bridle Trails State Park. One of my favorite places.”

— Sara Zhu, Broker with Windermere Kirkland


Learn more about the beautiful parks found in the Bridle Trails Neighborhood.

Bridle Trails State Park

An absolutely delightful place to explore! Whether you're on horseback or on foot, you will be fascinated at the over 28 miles of trails to discover on more than 480 acres! Known as one of the best equestrian friendly parks West of the Mississippi, newcomers are fascinated to learn how secluded Bridle Trails feels while being so close and convenient to the city.

“One of our favorite places to grab a drink is at THIRSTY HOP! My husband and I love to unwind on their patio on a hot summer day!”

— Lynda Coccione, Broker with Windermere Kirkland and Resident of Bridle Trails


Enjoy a diverse collection of local eateries in the Bridle Trails Neighborhood. Featuring establishments ranging from Mediterranean to Japanese, you're sure to find exactly what you're looking for.


“It’s almost impossible find a place that offers more fun for the entire family than Tech City Bowl. We’ve been going there for years, and it remains one of our very favorite places!”

— Katherine Vincent, Broker with Windermere Kirkland


You'll love exploring all of the fun things to do in Bridle Trails.

Tech City Bowl

A family favorite, this place has it all! Enjoy 32 lanes of bowling, loads of arcade games, and even lane-service food and drink! Also featuring weekly events and theme nights!

“I’ve been riding horses in Bridle Trails ever since I was a little girl. There is no place that is more peaceful and serene!”

— Kristine LeRoss, Broker with Windermere Kirkland


Learn more about the Bridle Trails Neighborhood

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