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Lake Sammamish State Park

Lake Sammamish State Park is a park at the south end of Lake Sammamish, in King County, Washington, United States. The park, which is … See more


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Oct 4, 2020
This park is ok, but employees could be weird.. Or contractors.. The guy was using blower and made such a mess...Everything was in the air, and you could even hardly see him. Imagine having new boat,… Full review by rusliku
Sep 19, 2020
Beautiful trails, which are quite easy and flat. There are playgrounds, beaches, and plenty of parking and space. Full review by JasonHennig
Jan 23, 2020
Very nice beach, good long walk in the beautiful scenic area around Lake Sammamish. large picnic area for BBQ parties with tables and seating. interesting kids zone and big parking space. Full review by P K


Lake Sammamish State Park
With over a mile of Lake Sammamish shoreline and a myriad day use facilities, Lake Sammamish State Park is one of King County's most popular playgrounds. Most notably, the 512-acre park features, three large and reservable picnic shelter areas, two beaches with enclosed swimming areas and shower/bathroom facilities, kayak and SUP rentals, a summer concession stand, two playgrounds, sand volleyball courts, boat ramp access to Lake Sammamish, an officially recognized great blue heron rookery, 1.5 miles of hiking and biking trails, and access to the East Lake Sammamish Trail.To handle the masses that descend during the summer months, the park boasts an incredible 475 picnic tables and 80 barbecue grills.The park also features nearly a dozen soccer/sports fields and the Hans Jensen Youth Group Camp that can accommodate as many as 200 guests. The Group Camp further features 36 picnic tables, 12 stoves, four vault toilets, and one picnic shelter.Note: All of the park's facilities, including the Hans Jensen Youth Group Camp, can by reserved by calling 888.226.7688 or can be booked online.Kayak, Paddle Boat + SUP RentalsDuring the summer months, Issaquah Paddle Sports runs equipment and life vest rentals as well as lessons and youth programs at Tibbetts Beach. Call 425.891.5039 or visit them online for more information.East Lake Sammamish TrailThe East Lake Sammamish Trail is a multi-use hiking/biking trail that stretches along 11 miles of the eastern shore of Lake Sammamish. Both paved and gravel in different sections, the trail occupies a right-of-way originally used by the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad until it was acquired by the county in 1998.

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