Beaver Lake Park
Beaver Lake Park is 83 acres with parking lots located in the north and west with a large forested section and trails located in the middle.
The north side of the park offers a quiet atmosphere, access to Beaver Lake, two rental facilities, open grass areas and a large meadow. Restrooms are located on the west end of the Lodge. Lake Side Maps Address: 25101 SE 24th Street
The west side of Beaver Lake Park offers three sports fields, a playground, picnic shelter, off-leash dog park and restrooms. Athletic Field Side Maps Address: 2526 244th Avenue SE
6:30 am - Dusk from April - September
7:30 am - Dusk from October - March
Parking lot gates are open from 8am to 30 minutes after sunset.
Fishing: Year Round Season
- License Required over 14 years old
- Acquire a Fishing License
Lake Side Map
Athletic Field Side Map
King County Water Quality Info
Master Plan Map
It began as a private resort in the 1930s known as the Four Seasons Resort or Bartel's Resort. The resort was sold in 1950s and was renamed Andy's Beaver Lake Resort. In 1960, the resort was sold to the Catholic Archdiocese of Seattle. The Catholic Youth Organization used it to run Camp Cabrini until 1985. Then King County purchased the site for the park now known as Beaver Lake Park. The park was transferred from King County to the City of Sammamish in 2003.
Except in the off-leash area, dogs or domestic animals must be kept on a leash no longer than 16 feet. Please dispose of your pet's waste in a trash receptacle.
Commercial watercraft are prohibited.
Public boat ramp at 2519 E Beaver Lake Drive SE
Park in designated areas only. Do not use the parking lots after the park has closed. You may be towed.
Model aircraft, drones, rockets, and other flying objects are prohibited.