Get Your Green On!

Announcing the first annual Green SeaTac Day.

At this ecology focused event volunteers will be trained how to help clear invasive species and plant additional trees at the Angle Lake Nature Trail Site (formerly known as the ‘Hughes Property’ just south of the existing Angle Lake Public Park and Boat Ramp). All tools and gloves will be provided.
September 21st, 2019
9am -noon
Snack lunch will be provided to registered volunteers.

In addition to improving the natural environment at this park, we invite you to learn tips about natural yard care, safe disposal of toxic household products, increase recycling and decrease negative environmental impacts. 

Kitchen food scrap containers will be offered FREE to the first 25 SeaTac residents (must have curbside collection service with Recology CleanScapes) and all participants will be eligible to enter to win a Rain Barrel (retail value $25).

To ensure enough tools, gloves and snacks are available for all volunteers please RSVP by contacting the City of SeaTac Public Works Department at (206) 973-4763 or email

They’re Back!... Ten Years Straight

For the tenth year, swimmers numbering in the hundreds will gather once again on the shores of Angle Lake eager to participate in the ‘last’ 1 and 2 mile open water competition swim of the season. 

September 14th, 2019
Angle Lake, SeaTac WA
8:30 am Check-In for all events

The last open water swim of the Season... for youth and masters swimmers. This year's Last Gasp of Summer includes the USMS One and Two Mile events, Julie Montiel Fun Swim, USA One, Two Mile and 500-meter events. 
Angle Lake has become a favorite location for this event. The course will run nearly the entire length of the east-west leg and will be marked with large buoys. Motorboats, kayaks, and lifeguards will be strategically located around the course to monitor race operations and lend assistance if necessary. Nearly 150 Master Swimmers are expected to compete in one of four events, while Youth will have their own separate events to compete in.  The course will be cleared by noon and the event is expected to conclude no later than 1:00 PM.

As you can imagine, it takes a lot of volunteer effort to pull off an event of this magnitude and the organizers could always use additional help. If interested in lending a hand, simply show up no later than 8:30 AM and ask for an assignment including if you’d like to help patrol the course from your kayak. All volunteers will be welcome to join the athletes enjoying a free picnic lunch.

A history page has been added to The Last Gasp of Summer website to capture all the fun facts from previous years!

The Return of Racing on Angle Lake

Seattle Outboard Association (SOA) returns to Angle Lake to host the Frank Hansen Memorial Race Regatta this weekend, September 7th and 8th!
Angle Lake Park
19408 International Boulevard
SeaTac, WA 98188
Time: 10 AM to 6 PM

Just like last year, boat racing will occur both Saturday and Sunday on the East-West leg of the lake. Spectators will have great views from the park hillside and again be welcome into the Race Pits** to see the boats up close and meet the racers with their crew. For safety reasons, the park beach will be restricted to race operations only.

The western most portions of the East-West leg of the lake will also be off limits for public access however, the Shore Club will locate several of the ALSC Barges to form a ‘log boom’ on the eastern straightaway allowing spectators to assemble tables and chairs to watch the race action up close!
If you prefer to remain on shore, you can still hear all the race announcements by tuning your FM radio to 90.5! This service is made available to the community by Allan Freedman, President of the Mark Eleven Condominium Association and longtime broadcast authority who is generously donating his time and equipment to enable low power FM transmission of all the tower communications!

Thank you to race sponsor MasterPark Airport Valet Parking, the City of SeaTac and the many Angle Lake Resident Volunteers for helping to make this possible.

** Entry into the race pits is restricted to spectators who have signed a waiver and are wearing close toed footwear.