If you’ve been cooped up in your Seattle apartment all winter, it’s time to dust off those hiking boots, find your sunscreen, and get outside to enjoy all the springtime delights and amenities of your Seattle apartment community, as well as all the natural wonders that surround Seattle. Here are a few ways you can dust off the dark and cold of winter and welcome a bright and fun March.
Explore the Amenities of Your City North Seattle Apartment Community
The Seattle area is ripe with opportunities for hiking, skiing, camping, and water sports, but sometimes you don’t want to travel further than your doorstep to enjoy the spring and the outdoors. Fortunately, all it takes is a walk around the lushly landscaped courtyards at City North Seattle apartments to enjoy a few sun rays during a bright spring day.
If you haven’t yet taken advantage of the roof top lounge and its barbecues, you’ll definitely want to invite a few friends over for a gathering as the weather begins to feel a little less brisk.
Take Up a New Outdoor Hobby in Seattle
Residents of the Pacific Northwest are nothing if not adventurous, and there are all sorts of clubs and organizations dedicated to activities like bicycling, hiking, camping, and backwoods adventuring. If you don’t already participate in one of the region’s popular outdoor sports, this might be the year to pick up a new activity.
Maybe it’s time to get a pair of hiking boots and enjoy some time spent on some hiking trails. Perhaps you’ve never taken a bicycle further than around your luxury Seattle apartment community, and it’s time to embark on a longer journey with some friends. Trying something new can help you get in shape if you’ve been a little lax on your diet during the winter.
Volunteer in Your Seattle Community
Not only can the outdoors in the spring help you improve your health and wellbeing, but outdoor activities can also provide valuable benefits to kids in need, rescue animals, and lonely older folks.
Here are a few ways to enjoy the spring in a charitable manner:
- Become a “big brother” or “big sister” to a child in need.
- Volunteer at an animal shelter to take dogs on walks.
- Spend time with a retired person at a park.
Just like it only takes about twenty minutes in the sun for you to feel some of the benefits of being outside, your time spent with others can also have a dramatic impact on their lives.
Enjoy the Spring at City North Seattle
Are you interested in finding a new apartment home in Seattle? Do you want to live in an urban oasis with views, lush gardening, and contemporary interiors? Come take a tour of City North Seattle and discover why our residents love living in our idyllic Seattle apartment community.