Field of Champions 8118 304th Ave SE, Issaquah, WA98027 Located five minutes east of Issaquah in the Preston Business Park, Field of Champions is an indoor baseball training…More facility designed to develop the physical and mental tools needed to succeed at baseball. It offers baseball clinics and camps throughout the year, as well as batting cages, bullpen rentals and birthday parties.
Depot Park 2 E Sunset Way, Issaquah, WA98027 Located in the heart of downtown Issaquah, Depot park is a great place for the entire family. With a nice…More playground for the kids, picnic tables, a trail, baseball and soccer fields, there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy. The 3-acre park is open daily from dawn to dusk and parking is free.
Big 5 Sporting Goods 1810 12th Ave NW, Issaquah, WA98027 Big 5 Sporting Goods sells more than basic sports equipment. In this location, Big 5 offers a variety of outdoor…More products, including deck furniture, fitness clothing and travel bags. Of course, it is also well-stocked for most sports, from baseball to cycling, and lists weekly product deals both online and in the front of the store.
A-Game Sports 22641 NE Inglewood Hill Rd, Sammamish, WA98074 A-Game Sports is a sporting goods store that carries uniforms, team apparel and athletic wear for football,…More baseball, lacrosse and soccer. The store can help with custom team clothing and designs. It also offers items for the Eastlake High School football boosters.
Tibbetts Valley Park is one of Issaquah's largest city parks, with four baseball diamonds and a concession stand,…More soccer or lacrosse fields, a playground, basketball court, and a picnic shelter for rent.
Located just near the commercial Gilman Blvd. shopping district and the Issaquah Park and Ride lot, on 12th Avenue NW and Newport Way NW, the park provides a large public space for families and sports enthusiasts.
The Skyline Community Fields are a cooperative project between the city of Sammamish and the Issaquah School…More District. The synthetic fields, ideal for soccer, softball, lacrosse, football and baseball throughout the year, are located on the Skyline High School campus.
The fields cover four acres and opened in 2006. The fields can be rented. While youth sports cost $45 per hour, adult sports carry a charge of $70 per hour. Use of the field lights costs $20 per hour.
Pine Lake Park sits off 228th Avenue Southeast, the main street on the Sammamish Plateau. Inside the park…More has soaring trees and visitors will find play areas for kids, fields, picnic tables and a boat launch.
When the weather is nice, the park is the site for various community events, such as Summer Nights at the Park, concerts, outdoor movies and plays. In addition to access to Pine Lake, the park has a baseball field, basketball court and climbing wall for kids.
The Eastlake Community Sports Fields provide more than three acres of synthetic turf and sits on the campus…More of Eastlake High School, right near the football field.
The city of Sammamish is responsible for the fields, which have lights and are ideal for soccer, softball, lacrosse and baseball throughout the year. The project was accomplished through a partnership with the Lake Washington School District.
The city rents the fields in the evenings and on the weekends. For 2011, youth sports cost $45 per hour and adult sports cost $70 per hour. Use of the lights cost $20 per hour. There are times when the fields are open and empty. The fields also can be rented in the summer.
The Pine Lake Community Center is a venue on the Sammamish Plateau that can be rented to hold weddings, parties,…More meetings, receptions and other events.
The center's lodge was built in 1938 and can hold about 150 people. In addition to parties and receptions, the lodge is the site of various classes, including exercise, yoga and dance.
As of December 2010, the rental price for Friday from 5pm to midnight was $300, plus a $100 non-refundable cleaning fee. On Sundays, the rental fee is $40 per hour, plus a $100 non-refundable cleaning fee.
The site also has a baseball or softball field as well as a gravel parking lot.
The nonprofit group, which is privately owned, also calls itself the Pine Lake Community Club. The office phone is 425-392-4041. An information phone number is 425-392-2313.