Park Info

The 512-acre park is one of the most popular destinations in King County. Features include three large picnic shelter areas, two beaches with enclosed swimming areas, kayak and stand-up paddle board rentals, a summer concession stand, two outdoor 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.



We look to a park that will be an innovative model for the State’s diverse system of recreational, cultural, historical, and natural sites in the 21st Century. Lake Sammamish State Park will be Washington’s signature park for protecting and celebrating urban natural areas, showcasing regionally significant wetlands and wildlife habitat, while enriching the lives of visitors and providing a valued legacy to future generations.