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Beaver Lake Park
Located on the Southwest corner of the lake, Beaver Lake Park has been a part of the Lake since the 1930's when it was first developed as a weekend resort. Later it was a CYO summer camp for childeren before it was sold to King County in 1985. Transferred to the city of Sammamish on January 1, 2003, Beaver Lake Park offers opportunities for recreation, hiking, and exploring its 54 forested acres. In addition, Beaver Lake is an attractive fishing spot.
Facilities include a large pavilion and lodge with public restrooms on the north side; and three ball fields, a picnic shelter, play structure, and restrooms on the south side. Unpaved hiking paths connect the north and south sides of the park.
Take exit #15 (Lake Sammamish State Park). Turn left and go over the freeway onto the Renton/Issaquah Road, which becomes SE 56th Street. Follow past Costco, the Fed Ex depot, and the 76/Brown Bear station. At the signal, turn left onto E. Lake Sammamish Parkway. Continue about one mile. Turn right onto SE 43rd Way, which becomes SE 228th Ave. Continue about 1.5 miles up the hill to SE 24th Street. Turn right at intersection of SE 24th and continue following signs to Beaver Lake Park.
From Redmond / SR 520
Turn right onto Sahalee Way at the Gray Barn Nursery. Sahalee Way becomes 228th Avenue NE. Continue several miles past Sahalee Golf Course, Sammamish Library, and Skyline High School. Turn left at the intersection of SE 24th Street and continue following signs to Beaver Lake Park.
|Last Updated on Monday, 23 November 2009 13:54|