Lake Sammamish State Park
Lake Sammamish State Park is a 512-acre day-use park with 6,858-feet of waterfront on Lake Sammamish. The park provides deciduous forest and wetland vegetation for the enjoyment of visitors. A salmon-bearing creek and a great-blue-heron rookery are additional features.
Sammamish River Trail
The Sammamish River Trail runs 10.9 miles along the Sammamish River from Bothell to Marymoor Park in Redmond as part of the “Locks to Lakes Corridor.” The SRT is paved its entire length and is one of King County’s most popular regional trails. The trail offers extraordinary views of the river, the broad Sammamish River Valley, Cascade foothills and Mt. Rainier. Bicyclists, joggers, skaters, walkers, and others enjoy the trail as a regional recreation resource.
The Burke-Gilman Trail runs more than 18 miles from Shilshole Bay in Seattle to Bothell, where it intersects the Sammamish River Trail. It is a paved over its entire length with the exception of an on-road segment in Ballard.
Marymoor Connector Trail
This link allows users to ride or walk from the Puget Sound all the way to the Cascades.
East Lake Sammamish Trail
The East Lake Sammamish Trail follows a historic railroad route along the eastern shore of Lake Sammamish within the cities of Redmond, Sammamish and Issaquah. Part of the “Locks to Lakes Corridor,” the trail is approximately 11 miles long and follows an off-road corridor along the lake and through lakeside communities.
Beaver Lake Park
Beaver Lake Park offers opportunities for recreation, hiking, and exploring its 54 forested acres. 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.
East Sammamish Park
This neighborhood park, located directly behind Margaret Mead Elementary School, offers a play area, soccer field, two baseball fields, tennis courts, and plenty of open space to play in or walk your dog.
Ebright Creek Park
Ebright Creek Park is Sammamish’s newest neighborhood park. This park, whose namesake creek flows north-south across its west side, was completed in spring, 2007.
Pine Lake Park
Located along the shores of Pine Lake, the wooded park offers swimming, boat launch, fishing pier, and two new play areas. There are baseball/softball/open play fields and a basketball court. Picnic facilities are plentiful. The park is host to numerous community events, including the annual Summer Nights At The Park series of music concerts, plays and outdoor movies.
Located at City Hall, Sammamish Commons features a basketball court, climbing wall, group picnic areas, play structure,
Restrooms, skate park, trails and wildlife viewing.
An 8.23 acre site located along the eastern shoreline of Lake Sammamish. It is the only stretch of land along the shoreline of Lake Sammamish that is in public ownership within the City limits.