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Sammamish Town Center (not licensed)

Pine Lake Park

Park Amenities

  •  Barbecue Grills
  •  Beach
  •  Picnic Shelters
  •  Play Structures
  •  Restroom Facility
  •  Trails
  •  Basketball Court
  •  Sports Field
  •  Baseball
  •  Lacrosse
  •  Soccer
  •  Boat Launch
  •  Car-Top Launch (Only for Canoes and Kayaks)
  •  Dock
  •  Fishing
  •  Lifeguards

Parks and Recreation

Administrative Assistant

Alisha Parks
(425) 295 0585
2401 228th Ave SE
Sammamish, WA 98075

This 19-acre wooded park located along the shores of Pine Lake boasts beautiful views and lots of amenities. With recreational opportunities for everyone, Pine Lake Park is one of Sammamish's most popular parks.

Park Hours

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.

Lifeguard Schedule

Lifeguarding will be in place at Pine Lake Park on the following schedule:
June 21, 2024 – August 24, 2024

Lifejacket Program

Lifejackets of various sizes are available if needed to use for free while at the lake. Once you are done swimming, please return the lifejacket to the rack for future users. They will be available during the following timeframe:
June 21, 2024 – August 24, 2024



Fishing: Fourth Saturday in April - October 31


Pine Lake Park Map


King County Water Quality Info


Pine Lake Park was originally a private resort which opened in the 1910s. The resort was purchased in 1932 and renamed French's LaPine Resort but was more commonly known at Pine Lake Resort. King County purchased the property for a public park in the mid-1960s. Pine Lake Park was transferred to the City of Sammamish when the city incorporated in 1999. 

Photos of Pine Lake Park

Park Reservables

A small group gathers under the roof of a wooden picnic shelter with several picnic tables. A garbage can and barbeque grill stand next to it and it is surrounded by trees. Pine Lake Picnic Shelter
Baseball diamond at Pine Lake Park in front of tall conifer trees Pine Lake Park Natural Turf Fields