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What to Expect

Bloedel Reserve is an experiential public garden and forest reserve — a mixed tapestry of woodlands, meadows, and landscaped gardens. With 150 acres and 23 distinct landscapes to explore, it’s a perfect place to immerse yourself in nature. A loop of well-maintained bark and gravel trails and paved roads wind through the Reserve. The loop is approximately 2 miles long. To walk the entire loop, plan to spend at least 2 hours at the Reserve.

Guests with limited mobility (ADA) can access the highlights of the Reserve via a paved road. The ADA route is approximately 2/3 of a mile round-trip; it has a slight incline on the return trip. Wheelchairs are available for use by guests.

To maintain our meticulous landscapes and the tranquility of the experience on the trails and roads, we do not permit:

  • food
  • beverages (other than water)
  • pets (other than assistance dogs)

For information about nearby restaurants or city parks where you can enjoy a meal or snack, just ask the Gatehouse staff.

Please review our FAQs, Tips & Garden Etiquette before your visit. To see a sneak peek of the Bloedel grounds before you get here, click Explore Before You Go.

HOURS & ADMISSION

GETTING HERE

FAQs, TIPS & GARDEN ETIQUETTE

GROUP TOURS &
FIELD TRIPS

THE SHOP

EXPLORE BEFORE YOU GO

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