Come check out our new interpretive signs! The signs are sponsored by the Snoqualmie Tribe with original tribal artwork, graphics and text providing insight into native plant identification, a reference to Lushootseed language and the traditional Native American use of various plants.Read More
Come out to Lake Sammamish State Park starting on June 29 for our free interpretive programming. Programs are for visitors of all ages.Read More
For the first time, Friends of Lake Sammamish State Park is participating in Seattle Foundation’s GiveBIG effort on behalf of non-profits in the Seattle area.https://www.givebigseattle.org/FriendsOfLakeSammStateParkRead More
Friends of Lake Sammamish State Park welcomes Springhill Suites by Marriott as its newest corporate member!Read More
Like all state parks, Lake Sammamish needs future capital funding to continue improvements for visitors. In the last three years, the Sunset Beach area has received most of the improvements. First came the boardwalk and the new bathhouse, then the all-access playground, followed by the renovated Sunset Beach. Next year the boating/fishing docks will be added, leaving only the picnic area to be renovated.
The 2018-19 capital budget request from Washington State Parks includes $3.5 million for the project. Three new picnic shelters would be built and new lawns would be planted and irrigated.Read More