Beaver Lake Preserve consists of 76 acres northeast of Beaver Lake Park. The property is split in two by West Beaver Lake Drive SE.
Beaver Lake Preserve was purchased in 2002 through a Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) grant. In 2007, an additional 17 acres of property was purchased from the Kipper family, which was also partially funded by an RCO grant. The Kipper property connects Beaver Lake Preserve to Soaring Eagle Park and was a critical acquisition to ensure connectivity between our natural resources. The Beaver Lake Preserve Master Plan envisioned the implementation of the design to occur in three phases. Phase I was completed in 2008 and included the first set of trails (approximately 1.35 miles), a ten (10) car gravel parking lot and other amenities such as a trailhead kiosk, a portable restroom with enclosure and park signage. In the summer of 2012, a new stream bridge was built across a small stream that runs perpendicular to existing trails on the Steve and Rosina Kipper Preserve purchased by the City in 2007 to connect Beaver Lake Preserve to Soaring Eagle Park.
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