Welcome to the Lodge at Beaver Lake
The Great Room forms the heart of our lodge, and features a river rock fireplace, fine floors, and a cathedral ceiling. The Great Room comfortably seats over 150 for dinner and accommodates up to 250 guests for receptions.
Adjacent to the lodge, the open air Pavilion sits on the shores of Beaver Lake and affords spectacular views. The Pavilion features a natural wood fireplace and gas-fired heaters may be added for late autumn/early spring events. The Pavilion seats up to 140 for dinner and accommodates up to 200 guests for receptions. The Pavilion and Lodge are rented separately. When rented together very large parties may be accommodated.
The Lodge at Beaver Lake, located in Beaver Lake Park in the City of Sammamish, has been totally renovated and features northwest timbers, river rock and an adjacent lakeside Pavilion. The Lodge offers sweeping views of Beaver Lake, a glacial run-off from the Cascades. Two Tsimshian totem poles are tucked at the edge of the forest. The Lodge’s distinct Northwest atmosphere is completed by a working fireplace.
The adjacent open-air Pavilion includes three story poles carved in the Native American tradition. These poles were used by Upper Inland Salish people as vertical beam supports in their longhouses. There is a natural wood fireplace, and gas-fired heaters may be added for late autumn or early spring rentals. Seasonally the Lodge, Pavilion, and surrounding grounds may be leased together to accommodate from 50 to 300 guests.
The Lodge at Beaver Lake,