Macaroni Kid readers chose Lake Sammamish State Park to be the top award recipient in the “Most Loved Park or Playground” category! This is the second year in a row that the state park has won first place.Read More
The Recycled Art Project is a salmon constructed entirely from tin cans. More than 100 children in Issaquah helped to create the sculpture under the guidance of artist Gabi Philips.Read More
Parkadilly 2017 attendees are helping to create the final Recycled Art Tree Structure. This year visitors will also be encouraged to help out by attaching the painted scales of the salmon to the sculpture. Additionally, information about local salmon population, conservation projects and their success will be displayed around the art piece to provide some local environmental information.
We are pleased to announce that Virginia Mason will again be the Title Sponsor at Parkadilly Kid’s Concert and fair on July 22.Read More
Pack up the kids, grab some friends, and put the dog on the leash, because the summer is a perfect time for a picnic at Lake Sammamish State Park.Read More
Only 19 kokanee salmon returned to spawn this year. A striking ebb in the number of Kokanee salmon in Lake Sammamish, just east of Seattle, has officials worried that extinction is around the corner.Read More
Do you like being outside? Do you enjoy working with youth? Come join us at Lake Sammamish State Park as one of our Volunteer Naturalist and help us educate the next generation of stewards! For more information, contact Joy Kacoroski at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (425) 507-7233.Read More