Idylwood Beach Park
Attention: Upcoming Tree Removal

From March 19 - April 20, 2018, contractors will be at Idylwood Beach Park removing some trees in high use areas. During removal, some areas of the park will have limited access which will be clearly marked with signage and tape.

Park staff recently conducted a visual tree risk assessment on all trees throughout the park. Factors considered for the risk assessment included tree health, defects, species, and location.

Based on the tree risk assessments, thirty large cottonwood trees will be removed. Following removal of the trees, a mix of more than 60 coniferous and deciduous replacement trees will be planted.

Key Dates:
Summer 2017 - Two separate large limb failures resulting in injury to park patron and damage to private property.  Certified arborist on city staff conducted visual tree risk assessment and identified trees in high use areas that needed to be removed.

Mar 2018 - Clear and Grade Permit approved, SEPA exemption

Mar 19 to April 20 - Tree Removal

Late April to early May -  60 Trees Replanted

Mid October - Shrubs replanted  

Questions? Call Dave Tuchek,

Located on the shores of picturesque Lake Sammamish, Idylwood features a swimming beach, including a bathhouse and restrooms. Launch your car-top boat from the park’s small ramp. Spread out and play a game in the large open space or explore Idylwood’s playground area. Picnic shelters and picnic tables complete the picture for a perfect get-together.

ACREAGE: 18 acres


3650 West Lake Sammamish Parkway NE

From eastbound SR520, take West Lake Sammamish Parkway NE exit, turn right (SE) onto West Lake Sammamish Parkway NE. Turn left at the Bel-Red intersection to stay on West Lake Sammamish Parkway NE. Park is on the left. Parking is limited, please carpool.


Canoe Launch  
Facility Rental 
Natural Areas
Picnic Tables 
Play Area
Picnic Shelter 
Swimming Beaches 
+ Barbeques
+ Sand Volleyball

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Idylwood Beach