BEAVER LAKE REGIONAL PARK
King County's Beaver Lake Regional Park redeveloped a collection of 1930's camp structures into an over night and day use facility. This unique 90 acre wooded site is located at the edge of Beaver Lake and the park's purpose is not only to provide users with recreational opportunities but also specializes in the interpretation and preservation of the wetlands on the Issaquah plateau.
In collaboration with the Portico Group, Debrah Walker's work included inventory of 32 existing structures, program development, master planning, and design of the sport's field picnic shelter, the main camps play area. In addition Debrah Walker designed the Issaquah lodge and the Nature Center. The Nature Center is the park's educational center which sponsor's a variety of programs for the diverse age groups using the park.
King County Regional Park
New and renovation of wood frame structures
Issaquah Plateau, WA.