The Hazel Wolf Wetlands contain several different wetland and forest habitats. This varied landscape supports many of our area's beautiful and sensitive plants and wild-life. The wetlands are also key to a network of protected habitats stretching from the Issaquah Alps to Lake Sammamish. These wetlands help control the quality and quantity of water flowing through Beaver Lake all the way to Lake Sammamish.

Hazel Wolf Wetlands

The Hazel Wolf Wetlands Preserve is one of the most pristine wetland-based wildlife refuges in King County. The preserve’s 116 acres were preserved in 1995, offering trails which lace though Hazel Wolf Wetland’s rich vegetation, diverse species and even a beaver dam.