Public Fishing Access

Camp Brown Day Use Area

Camp Brown Day Use Area

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Mt Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, King County, WA
Camp Brown Day Use Area offers a family-friendly and accessible place to experience the scenic Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley. Located approximately eleven miles down the Middle Fork Road, this gently meandering half-mile loop trail, built following Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards, provides scenic views of the congressionally-designated Wild and Scenic Middle Fork Snoqualmie River.

Carey Lakes

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Upper Yakima Basin
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Irene Rinehart Park, Ellensburg, WA
This popular local destination can be accessed on foot from the Irene Reinhart parking lot on Umtanum Rd or from Rotary Park via a connector path under I-90. You can drive to the beach in the summer but road access is closed in the winter.

Fall City Community Park

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Snoqualmie River Valley
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SR 202 and 337th Place SE, 98024, , WA
This park has a baseball field, horse arena, open space and lots of river access. The Snoqualmie Tribe has implemented a large habitat restoration project in this King County Park, which began in 2009. This project focused on removing invasive blackberry, knotweed, and other invasive plants, while also planting 51 different culturally significant native plant

Freeman Landing

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Urban Communities
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Freeman Street past West end of SE 40th, Mercer Island, WA
This undeveloped street end provides public access to Lake Washington. Undeveloped street ends are left in their natural state and are very rustic. There are typically no amenities at these locations and parking may not be available.

Illahee State Park

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Urban Communities
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2000 NW Sammamish State Park, , WA
A favorite day-use destination for boaters, water skiers, swimmers, and picnickers. Lake Sammamish State Park is a 512-acre day-use park with 6,858 feet of waterfront. The area around the lake was an important culture zone for local Native American tribes for centuries. The park provides deciduous forest and wetland vegetation for the enjoyment of visitors.