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Pine Lake Park - City of Sammamish
How much can you pack into a small city park? Pine Lake Park does a great job fitting all kinds of stuff into just 16 acres. The wooded park is packed full of picnic tables, kids play areas, trails and even a few sports fields. The fishing pier out on Beaver Lake is extra large for swimming and fishing. Pedestrian trails enter the park at the front, since there is a paved trail outside the park along xx road going to the east to Beaver Lake Park. Pine Lake Park host to numerous community events like the annual Summer Nights At The Park series of music concerts, plays and outdoor movies. The park was once a private resort, then in the mid 60ís became a county park, now it is part of the City of Sammamish Parks.
228th Avenue SE at SE 24th Street
From I-90 in Issaquah, take exit #15 (Lake Sammamish State Park). Turn left and go over the freeway onto the Renton/Issaquah Road, which becomes SE 56th Street. Follow past Costco, the Fed Ex depot, and the gas station. At the signal, turn left onto E. Lake Sammamish Parkway. Continue about one mile. Turn right onto SE 43rd Way, which becomes SE 228th Ave. Continue about 1.5 miles up the hill to SE 24th Street. Turn left into entrance of Pine Lake Park.
Pine Lake Park Walking Trails