Tiger Mountain Family Nudist Park

This 40 acre family nudist park has been owned and operated by its members since 1945. Couples, families and singles are welcome. The park is located on Tiger Mountain, 3 miles south of downtown Issaquah.

24050 Southeast 127th Street

Issaquah to Leavenworth Winter Day Trip Tour with Evergreen Escapes

Witness the gorgeous drive from Issaquah, WA through the Cascade Mountains to the hidden mountain town of Leavenworth. Wander through snowy forest trails with a guided morning hike or snowshoe trek near Snoqualmie Pass. Explore the iconic Bavarian history of Leavenworth. Find a local cafe to fill up on brats and a stein of beer for lunch (or another local cuisine of your choice). Pop in the quaint shops filled with the holiday spirit at all times of year. Find some treasures to bring home for yourself or loved ones. Bask in the glow of the world famous holiday light display that takes over the town as it turns on each evening.

Rent Skis and Snowboards

If you're visiting our beautiful region and want to hit the slopes, or you live here and want to rent for the season, you're in luck. Gerk's Ski and Cycle has an excellent selection of high-quality, well-maintained skis, snowboards, boots, and poles - all ready for you to rent.

REI

Experience outdoor bliss. Join REI for an outdoor class, guided day trip or virtual event.

Issaquah Sportsmen’s Club

This club has been serving sportsmen since 1920. The firing range provides a safe place for both the public and members to shoot. The range is a place where sports enthusiasts can hone their skills while observing safe firearms handling and shooting. There is also an archery range available for members only and their guests.

23605 SE Evans Street

Northwest Paragliding – Tandem Ride

Northwest Paragliding’s team of fully certified USHPA tandem pilots will help you experience the thrill of flight at one of the most beautiful flying locations in the USA. There is NO experience necessary. Tandem flights are available from April 1st – October 1st and can be enjoyed by anyone over the age of 16 and under 260 pounds. (Minors must be accompanied by an adult).

475 Front St S

Squak Mountain

Squak Mountain is the second most westerly mountain of the Issaquah Alps mountain chain in Washington state. It is situated between Cougar Mountain to the west and Tiger Mountain to the east. Interstate 90 parallels the base of the north side of the mountain.

Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park

Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park is a regional park in King County, Washington, near the towns of Bellevue and Issaquah. The park was established in June 1983 to protect the central core of Cougar Mountain, the park covers 3,115 acres with 38 miles of hiking trails and 12 miles of equestrian trails.

Biking Trail Guides

Check out these biking trail guides for some great rides! You can enjoy biking on nonmotorized corridors, mountain trails, and road riding.

Issaquah-Preston Trail

The trail offers paved, gravel, and some dirt paths that can be uneven and muddy depending on the time of year, but is a generally pleasant ride as part of the Mountains to Sound Greenways. Beginners should prepare for one short steep section (don't be ashamed to walk your bike if you need to!).

East Lake Sammamish Trail

Great for beginners. The trail offers connections to Marymoor Park, intersects with the Issaquah-Preston Trail, and includes lots of scenic waterfront views.

Paddling Yogini

Take PaddleFlow/SUP Yoga and PaddleFit classes at Lake Sammamish with a certified instructor and safety rescue trainer Lindsay Lambert. They have a fleet of boards available for rentals and lessons.

Ohana Kai Watersports

Ohana Kai Watersports offers jet ski rentals at Half Day Rates and Full Day Rates on Lake Sammamish. Larger group? Contact them to make a booking!

Issaquah Paddle Sports

Kayak Academy rents kayaks, SUPs (stand-up paddle boards), and related gear. New to kayaking and paddling? They also offer kayak and SUP lessons and training camps.

Creekside Angling Company

The Creekside Angling Company is a full-service fly-fishing outfitter. Shop their full range of fly fishing gear and accessories, get advice from their helpful and knowledgeable staff, or sign up for one of their guided trips.

Summit at Snoqualmie Tubing Park

Snow tubing is a fun-filled, carefree way for family and friends to enjoy the exhilaration of sliding on snow. With over 20 tubing lanes during the peak of the season and a covered lift to take you back to the top, it's easy to get your winter thrills!

REI Snoqualmie Pass Rentals

Trailside snowshoe and sled rentals - Discover the beauty, serenity, and solitude of a snowshoe hike this winter. In the heart of Snoqualmie Pass, you can rent kids and adult snowshoes (and sleds!) by the hour from REI’s Snoqualmie Pass Snowshoe Rentals Outpost.

Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park

A world-renowned destination and over 120 acres of single-track mountain bike trails. Located among lush evergreen forests this premier mountain bike park hosts monthly events in education and trail maintenance. Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park provides an exceptional riding experience for riders of all ages, styles, and skill levels.

Tradition Lake Loop

The Tradition Lake Loop is a popular 3-mile loop that offers views of lakes and wildflowers and can be reached by bus from Issaquah.

Tiger Mountain Trail

Meander along part or all of the 15-mile Tiger Mountain Trail to experience the creeks, ferns, forests, and wildflowers of the Tigers.

Poo Poo Point-Chirico Trail

Inspired by the sound of logging steam whistles, the Poo Poo Point - Chirico Trail is a trail with a view of Issaquah, Squak Mountain, Cougar Mountain, and Lake Sammamish. Poo Poo is an adaptation of Native American sounds for the steam whistle. It is one of the area's most sought-after vistas where Seattle Paragliding Outfitters soar like birds and land at the trailhead.

Rent Bikes: Mountain, E-Bikes, Road Gravel, & Kids

Ride Bicycles can set you and your family up with a bike rental matched to their fitness and ability levels. Then head right out from the bike shop on the Rainer or East Lake Sammamish Trails. These trails are flat, paved, and mostly away from streets and automobile traffic. It is a GREAT way to explore Issaquah, Lake Sammamish State Park, the downtown historic district and so much more.

160 NW Gilman Blvd STE 102

Swamp Monster Trail

Take your young hikers out on a half-mile trail through the swampy area north of Tradition Lake. It could even be their first hike! The trail is solidly constructed, with good footing, no mud and it's almost all level.

26415 SE 79th St

Seattle Paraglide – Tandem Ride

Come paraglide and experience free flight in its purest form! No minimum age requirements. Seattle Paraglide has flown passengers from 5 to 94 years young. You can fly tandem with an instructor pilot who provides everything you need and helps you with every step.

11206 Issaquah-Hobart Rd SE

Lake Sammamish State Park Playground

Rubber surfacing ensures accessibility for all, from strollers to wheelchairs. The playground is designed for ages 2-12 and includes a geodesic dome, a zip line, and of course swings, slides, and a rotating net. The best playground on the Eastside!