Sammamish Walks at the Beaver Lake Preserve
Have you been feeling blue lately? Step outside and let nature’s beauty fill your soul. Bring your friends or family to the Sammamish Walks!
For those of you who don’t know, the Sammamish Walks are leisurely strolls in our local parks. A group of passionate volunteers organizes these walks to provide a chance for everyone to take walks in Sammamish’s beautiful woodlands. This year, the program is in partnership with the City itself.
This coming June 29th, the walks will be at Beaver Lake Preserve. Occupying both sides of West Beaver Lake Drive, the preserve is a 67-acre land that has over 1000 feet of shoreline. The park features an abundance of trees such as cedars and Douglas fir you can camp under. It also has natural and constructed trails you can travel on foot.
In 2002, the Beaver Lake Preserve was purchased through the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office Gran documented in the Declaration of Protective Covenants. Its vision is to retain the lake’s open space and natural condition. It is also a sanctuary for native plants and wild animals.
When you decide to join the walks, bring your camera and binoculars. But please leave your dog at home. Take a moment to focus on greenery and wildlife.
Date and Time
Saturday, June 29, 2019
10:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Beaver Lake Preserve
Beaver Lake Drive
Sammamish, WA 98075
Elby Jones, Volunteer Coordinator, (425) 295-0556