lake sammamish state park

Lake Sammamish State Park    

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Lake Sammamish State Park is a park at the south end of Lake Sammamish, in King County, Washington, United States. The park, which is administered by the Washington State Park System, …
Lake Sammamish State Park is a park at the south end of Lake Sammamish, in King County, Washington, United States. The park, which is administered by the Washington State Park System, covers an area of 512 acres and has 6,858 feet of waterfront; Issaquah Creek meets with Lake Sammamish within the park. It is a popular location for boating and watersport activities, such as waterskiing.

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Oct 04, 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

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Where are there hiking trails and what does it cost to enter?
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Lake Sammamish is a beautiful lake, but more for boating, paddle boarding, and swimming than hiking. In fact there's like no real hiking. If you go further out Interstate 90 to …
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Lake Sammamish is a beautiful lake, but more for boating, paddle boarding, and swimming than hiking. In fact there's like no real hiking. If you go further out Interstate 90 to Rattlesnake Lake, which is not far (maybe 10-15 miles), there is a great hike up to Rattlesnake Ridge, and a flatter trail around the lake. About the same distance in Mount Si, and there's a challenging trail (really crowded on the weekends, not so much week days, and fairly steep). Also, there's an area called "Issaquah Alps" with a number of trails. If you go further east, over Snoqualmie Pass, there are TONS of trails, including some up to small lakes.
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New to the area and driving through the park we noticed there are 2 beaches for swimming here. Does anyone know …
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New to the area and driving through the park we noticed there are 2 beaches for swimming here. Does anyone know which is better to spend a day?
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The one closest to the new restroom building.
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Answer by Darlene R · July 10, 2018
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Is there a place along the lake to anchor your jetski and take a picnic break? I am not a robot.
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Besides the boat launch, I believe most of the shore is private property. Although there are a few spots along the shore where the trails approach, quite possible you could find a little …
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Besides the boat launch, I believe most of the shore is private property. Although there are a few spots along the shore where the trails approach, quite possible you could find a little oasis. But I wouldn’t bet on it either.
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Answer by C R · June 20, 2018
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Are beach tent or sun shelters allowed on the beach?
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I don't recall seeing signs prohibiting them, but to be sure you might want to call them before lugging your equipment there.
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Do you sell Discover pass to enter the Sammamish State Park?
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Yes, you can buy a discover pass as you enter the park. There is limited staffing in the winter so I'm not sure of the protocol then. Enjoy Welcome to Wa State
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