Snohomish real estate owners visit Flowing Lake Park.Get out to enjoy the fresh air and beautiful scenery near your Snohomish real estate at Flowing Lake Park at Leckie’s Beach. As the weather gets warmer, keep this park on your radar. Available for day use, or to come and camp, Flowing Lake Park at Leckie’s Beach has much to offer. There is a boat launch, picnic tables, a playground, restrooms, cabins, and campsites. If coming out in the summer, watch for ranger led programs in the amphitheater and guided nature walks. The campground contains more than 40 campsites, most of which do include water and electric hookups. Camping fees include parking as well as boat launch fees.

Note that park hours for day use are 7 a.m. until dusk. Be sure to stop at the park entrance to purchase a daily permit. This must be displayed in your vehicle. This is a popular spot to cool off in the summer, so come early or carpool with friends from your Snohomish real estate if possible, as parking space is limited. Consider purchasing an annual pass if you plan to visit Snohomish County Parks often.

Flowing Lake is in the middle of a group of three lakes that also includes Storm Lake and Panther Lake. Explore the 132.5 acres of the lake, which has an average depth of 28 feet, in a variety of allowed watercraft. There are not many lakes in Snohomish County that allow motorized watercraft and waterskiing, but this is one of them that does. There are two public access points that include boat launches. One is located within Flowing Park at Leckie’s Beach and is operated by Snohomish County and the other is on the southeast side of the lake and operated by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Float around in your motorized boat or in a canoe or kayak. Go fishing or try water skiing or stand up paddle boarding. Read more about this park and follow links to make reservations at Flowing Lake Park