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Transferred to the city of Sammamish on January 1, 2003, Beaver Lake Park offers opportunities for recreation, hiking, and exploring its 54 forested acres. In addition, Beaver Lake is an attractive fishing spot. Facilities include a large pavilion and lodge with ADA accessible public restrooms on t from famplosion.com
Reviewer's Rating = 4 Date of Trip: 2/20/2007 Really a beautiful little trail so close to the city. There are about a million different trails all criss crossing but some... from trails.com
General Description Beaver Lake Campground is located in the Five Lakes Area , near Tonasket. Five pleasant lakes (Lost Lake, Beth Lake, Beaver Lake, and Bonaparte Lake) are together in this area. Facilities: Drinking Water, fishing, hiking, boating and swimming. Nine single camp sites and 2 multip from wildernet.com
Located on the Issaquah Plateau, the Beaver Lake Trail System is microchip small but excellent for quick rides when you?re pressed for time. Three to five small singletrack loops connect to form a 3-to-6-mile surly circuit of rolling trails. Physically fit novice riders can probably handle Beaver L from trails.com
The elevation is 2,700 ft. The campground, located at the east end of Beaver Lake, is a single loop. Most sites are tucked in among mixed conifers including Douglas fir and Tamarack. Although within walking distance of Beaver Lake, none of the sites are on the lake's shore or have a view of water. from forestcamping.com
The Beaver Lake Lodge is a community center located at Beaver Lake Park, which offers 54 acres of recreation space and hiking. The lodge is an 1,847-square foot facility that can be rented for weddings, meetings and other events. It offers a rustic log cabin atmosphere and overlooks the lake. It ha from patch.com
Bluegill, Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Lake Trout, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass from landbigfish.com
Friendly people, great location, appeals to dogs and people alike. from dogpark.com