Auto-renewal was processed on May 1 for those who used a credit card. Please check your account before submitting additional payments!

Before You Renew: Check your subscription status as many are all still getting used to the auto-renewal and subscription system. If you need clarification on whether you are current, please log in and check your subscription status as we do not provide refunds. Your member portal is accessible by going to our website and clicking "log in" on the top right. From there, you will see - on the left side menu - your dashboard, subscriptions, invoices, transactions, and settings. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us! If you do not wish to use a credit card, you can always send a one-time payment via Zelle ([email protected]). We encourage setting up auto-payment via your bank. Annual payment is due May 1st. You'll need to fill out the membership form to start your membership, and you'll be able to modify and maintain it via the online member portal for subsequent years.


The beach needs you!

Join Monthly IBC Meetings

Join your Board and other members to get down-to-beach business each month.

View the IBC Calendar

Annual IBC Member Meeting

June 10th at 10 am

At the beach!

Join your Board and other members down at the beach for our IBC Annual Meeting and Summer Kick-Off Party. We will bring some simple packaged snacks to enjoy while discussing business and stick around to mingle with your neighbors. We will also have a raffle for those members in attendance!

This is a great chance to meet other IBC members, and we will be voting on open board positions (many members of our current board have hit the maximum term limits, and we have unexpected vacancies) and other essential membership changes - including important topics regarding the trail update and impact to our beach.

(Note: Per IBC Bylaws, your shares in the beach increase by showing up!)

RSVP for the Annual Meeting

Per King County requirements, there will no longer be a lock on the trail gate to enter our beach...

As a reminder, annual dues have been in place for members of Inglewood Beach Club not to secure the beach; it’s private property, so it’s secured just like our personal properties are secured from others. Like our homes, we must pay for insurance and property taxes, maintain, replace/repair broken items, and improve the property. If we don’t have members paying dues to maintain this property, we will need to sell it. Given the minimal public space on Lake Sammamish, this would be a significant loss for our families. Please ensure you are an active paying member when utilizing the beach and help give friendly reminders to others too! 

President's Message

Hi neighbors! 

Whether you are new to IBC or have enjoyed our little piece of Sammamish paradise for many years, it's the time of year when many start spending more time at the beach.  As we are in the midst of the trail construction, we can see the future of Inglewood Beach starting to take shape.

The East Lake Sammamish Trail (ELST) project is in full swing, with the typical trail access to the beach closed off.  Recognizing our community use for the beach, the county provided wood chip pathway access from both north and south of the trail closures. For more details and FAQs on this project and specifically the portion near our beach, I encourage you to check out what is referred to as the South Sammamish B Segment - Phase 2.

The county has assured that our beach access will not be impacted during trail development, so the beach is open for fun, sun, swimming, and more!  Our first community event of the year is the IBC annual meeting on Saturday, June 10th at 10am, so I’m looking forward to seeing new and familiar faces down at the beach.  It'll be a great session to enjoy some shared time at the beach, catch-up on monthly board discussions and actions from the past year, share thoughts on trail changes, hear ideas for shaping the future of the beach, and moreover, put those ideas into action by joining the board and monthly meetings.

If you can't make the annual meeting, feel free to reach out to the board ([email protected]) if you have any questions or concerns to raise for the community as a whole that we can discuss together.  In the meantime, I hope you have a safe and enjoyable time at the beach this year, and as a reminder, please review our Rules, Terms & Conditions to ensure a fun and respectful beach experience for all community members.

The IBC board is committed to better the beach experience for all by turning ideas into action, and since it's a volunteer-based community effort, we can only do that with your help!

Looking forward to great times and new memories at the beach this year, and hope to see you there.  Cheers!

Graham Bury  (Interim IBC President)

Beach Rules

To maintain a family-friendly environment, we do not allow smoking, vaping, fires, or glass on the beach property. We continue to find several pieces of broken glass, which poses a serious risk of injury to our members. No dogs on Wednesdays and Sundays. Always pack in, pack out.


IBC Access

We have made significant changes to paying membership dues and accessing the beach this year. Instead of issuing keys, the beach is now openly accessed however we are still sending lockbox access to paying members. Anyone who is not a paying member is trespassing. Please help remind others to stay current on their membership.


Go to the Beach!

The beach is near the intersection of E. Lk Samm Pkwy and Inglewood Hill Rd. The parking area is just north of Inglewood Hill Rd, on the west side of the street. Follow the path from the parking lot to the trail, go south on the trail, and look for the Inglewood Beach Club sign on the gate.


Board of Directors

Graham Bury
President (Interim)

Deb Gerdes
Vice President (Interim)

Ali Furtwangler

Nino Bice

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