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Sammamish Lake is located near Redmond, WA in Washington. The lake has a rich history, with Native American tribes using the area for fishing and hunting. Today, Sammamish Lake is part of the Lake Washington watershed and is fed by several surface flow providers, including the Sammamish River and Lake Sammamish. The lake's hydrology is also influenced by snowpack providers, including the Cascade Mountains. The lake's agricultural and recreational uses include fishing, boating, swimming, and hiking. The area surrounding the lake is also home to several parks and recreational facilities, making it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. Despite its popularity, efforts to preserve the lake's natural beauty and ecological balance have been ongoing, with conservation groups working to mitigate the effects of pollution and climate change on the lake's ecosystem.

June 14, 2024







Lake Or Reservoir Water Surface Elevation Above Ngvd 1929, Ft 24hr Change -0.15%
Percent of Normal 100%
Minimum 25.56 ft
Maximum 31.17 ft
Average 27 ft

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