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    About Klahanie

    The community of Klahanie, Washington, may be hard to discern at first glance — after all, it was annexed by a bigger city, Sammanish, in 2015 — but what sets it apart are the amazing recreational activities that are literally right outside residents’ front doors.

    Not only does Klahanie have its own park and lake, but also numerous other city, regional, and state parks within walking and biking distance, each with its own intriguing characteristics and recreational opportunities. Many of the parks are interconnected through a system of trails.

    Within Klahanie’s boundaries are Klanahie Park and Yellow Lake, while very close by are Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park, Beaver Lake Park, Pine Lake Park, Grand Ridge Park, and Lake Sammamish State Park, as well as others.

    Yellow Lake, a natural lake surrounded by Klahanie, is surrounded by a forested buffer strip that has been maintained as an urban wildlife sanctuary. A loop trail through the buffer strip offers hikers the opportunity for views of the lake and adjacent Tiger Mountain, and to tutor their children in the ways of local wildlife.

    A small footbridge leads the way to 64-acre Klahanie Park, which is part of the Sammanish city parks system. Here, a number of trails, natural areas, and the Queen’s Bog, one of about 50 bogs in the state, can be found. Multiple sports fields are also part of the park, including a cricket field.

    Other Sammanish city parks nearby include 83-acre Beaver Lake Park, which includes a large forested section and trails, as well as a boat launch and public boat ramp, an off-leash dog park, barbecue areas and sports fields.

    Another is Pine Lake Park, originally a private resort more than a century ago, which became a public park in the mid-1960s. The 19-acre wooded park is located along the shores of Pine Lake and includes a natural turf field, a boat launch, fishing and sports fields.

    Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park, part of the King County parks system, includes 120 acres of dense evergreen forest located on the Sammamish Plateau. It is connected to more than 2,000 acres of public open space that includes Grand Ridge Park, Mitchell Hill Forest and Preston Ridge Park.

    Grand Ridge Park, 1,200 acres of deep, green forest that rises to 1,100 feet in elevation east of Issaquah and Lake Sammamish, includes a 7-mile multi-use trail that was built with help from volunteers with the Washington Trails Association.

    Also nearby is Lake Sammamish State Park, a 510-acre day-use park with 6,858 feet of waterfront on Lake Sammamish. The area around the lake carries cultural significance as a gathering place for at least four Native American tribes, and is also a place for bird watching, wildlife viewing, and other types of recreation.

    The lake hosts community events year-round, including stewardship projects, paddling and cycling events, kids’ obstacle courses, summer concerts and holiday boat parades.

    Klanahie is making the most of its natural assets with development of area parks, and Klahanie tutors can also help students make the most of their abilities to achieve their academic goals.

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