Whether you are planning a wedding, reception, birthday or anniversary party, meeting, or picnic, the Lodge and Pavilion at Beaver Lake Park offer a quiet atmosphere and rustic log cabin feel that can fit any occasion. The Lodge and Pavilion are surrounded by open grass areas, lined with large evergreen trees, and overlooks Beaver Lake.
We provide 150 chairs, lots of tables and give you the flexibility of doing your own setup. You may use whichever caterer you choose or do your own food. Alcohol is allowed with banquet permit and event insurance. Alcohol must be kept inside the Lodge.
The grass area stays public, and is not reservable.
Please be advised that there is a six hour minimum on the weekends, except in the case where we don’t have six continuous hours available and the event must be done by midnight. During the week, the minimum is two hours and events must be done by 10pm. You must include all the time you need for set up and clean up in your reserved time. In order to hold your date, we need a completed application and half of your rental fee. The City of Sammamish only accepts checks or cash.
Be sure to ask about last-minute rental prices if your event is coming up in the next 2 months.
- 1,847 square feet
- Facility Rental
- 150 maximum capacity
- Tables & chairs
- Close to the Pavilion
- Commercial kitchen
- Gas fireplace
- Family restroom
- Two large multiple use restrooms
From Issaquah / I-90
Take exit #15 (Lake Sammamish State Park). Turn left and go over the freeway onto the Renton/Issaquah Road, which becomes SE 56th Street. At the signal, turn left onto E. Lake Sammamish Parkway. Turn right onto SE 43rd Way, which becomes SE 228th Ave. Continue about 1.5 miles up the hill to SE 24th Street. Turn right at intersection of SE 24th and continue following signs to Beaver Lake Park.
From Redmond / SR 520
SR-520 East to Redmond/Fall City Road Exit (SR-202). Turn right at the end of the exit. Follow Route 202 for approximately 2.5 miles. Turn right onto Sahalee Way at the Gray Barn Nursery. Sahalee Way becomes 228th Avenue NE. Turn left at the intersectionof SE 24th and continue following signs to Beaver Lake Park.