Newcastle Beach Park is at the south end of Bellevue, on Seattle’s Eastside. It's Bellevue’s largest beach park.
This family friendly park has a lovely beach with seasonal lifeguards, a huge lawn for picnics, reserve-able picnic shelters and sites, and a fabulous playground.
5 best things to do at Newcastle Beach Park
1. Sandy swimming beach
Newcastle Beach Park has a sandy swimming beach, with seasonal lifeguards in summer (check the lifeguard schedule). It's just steps from the beautiful lawns and playground.
There’s also a 300-foot dock for fishing, and a floating swimmer’s dock for some extra fun!
Enjoy spectacular views over Lake Washington!
2. Huge lawn
The expansive lawn at Newcastle Beach Park is perfect for picnics, throwing frisbees or ball games.
3. Reservable picnic shelter
Get a large group together, and reserve the picnic shelter with 2 BBQs and 8 tables (maximum of 150 people). There are a total of 3 reservable sites at Newcastle Beach Park.
The popular playground has a steam train theme.
5. Non-motorized boat launch
Bring your kayaks or paddleboards to the non-motorized boat lunch, and explore Lake Washington.
Parking lot at Newcastle Beach Park