With his home you get the combination of seclusion and convenience, with plenty of eating and shopping options nearby. Hop n’ Drops provides a neighborhood favorite eatery, while Red Robin remains a steady go-to. Pho and Tofu and Wicked Pie Pizza provide different offerings if you are in need of a change of pace.
Looking to get your shopping fix in? Take advantage of the South Hill shopping corridor just minutes away. If you’re looking to get outside you also have the South Hill Community Park 12 minutes away. The Meridian Habitat Park Community Center is another community oriented place where you can get outside and enjoy 36 acres of goodness that includes an off-leash dog park, grassy areas and smaller buildings for community events.
Spend a couple of hours at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park. The tram is currently closed for tours, but they’re offering a Wild Drive, where you get to go through the park in the comfort of your own vehicle. Here you can experience seeing moose eating grass out of the lake, newborn bison calf, herds of Roosevelt elk and mountain goats roaming the free area. Reservations do need to be made for this tour as space if limited. Or enjoy the Wild Walk Experience - Laugh as Hawthorne and Huckleberry, two young orphaned grizzly bears splash and play in their pool, listen as the high pitched whistle of the eagles draws you closer and if you’re quiet and still, you may get a glimpse of the gray wolf masterfully sneaking through the brush. There are over 40 species of native Northwest animals who call this park their home.