Stipek Park

Named for the Carol Stipek family that lived on this site, Stipek Park opened in 1999 as the first park in the Snohomish County...

Beaver Lake Park

Transferred to the city of Sammamish on January 1, 2003, Beaver Lake Park offers opportunities for recreation, hiking, and exploring its 54 forested acres....
River view Park

River view Park

Fun for all ages! Riverview Park boasts a basketball court, paved walkways, open lawn areas, picnic shelter, picnic tables, play equipment, restrooms and parking. Quick...

Sammamish Landing

The Sammamish Landing is a 8.23 acre site located along the eastern shoreline of Lake Sammamish at the northwest corner of the City of Sammamish....

Talus Native Growth Protection Area

The 365 acre Talus Native Growth Protection Area (NGPA) extends from Squak Mountain west to Cougar Mountain. The NGPA forms a natural open space...

Central Park

Central Park is located within the Issaquah Highlands Development and includes three park fields that offer various active recreational facilities from a children's playground to...

Thompson Park

Thompson Park is a fantastic relaxing park, containing swings, a bench and a picnic table. Quick Facts: .84 Acre Play Area Picnic Area Bench Manicured...

Veterans’ Memorial Field

Veterans' Memorial Field is located in the heart of Olde Town Issaquah, the City's Historic District, behind City Hall/Police Station. This park features an athletic...
Phantom Lake

Phantom Lake Walkway

This is a wonderful trail for escaping from the office, a lunchtime jog, or an after-school walk to give the kids an alternative to...