Lake Crabapple

Lake Crabapple is located just east of Lake Goodwin in the Seven Lakes area north of the Tulalip Reservation. The lake is about 37.0 acres with an average depth of 18 feet. The watershed, or the land area that drains into the lake, covers about 620.6 acres and includes Lake Loma to the east.


Recreational Opportunities

  • Boat Launch
  • Boating (No gasoline-powered motors)
  • Fishing
  • Restrooms/Sanicans
There is a Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife public boat launch on the north side of Lake Crabapple, as shown on the bathymetric maps below. Internal combustion motors are not allowed on Lake Crabapple - see Snohomish County Code Title 12 and the Parks and Recreation Boating Regulations for more information.

Fishing Information

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) maintains informational pages for each lake in Washington that include: fish stocking schedules, fishing prospect calendars, and boat launch information.


Connect with Your Lake Community

Lake Crabapple does not have a formal lake association. However, you may be able to connect with other lake area residents by looking for a Lake Crabapple community group on NextDoor or Facebook.


Lake Health and Additional Resources

As part of Snohomish County's Lake Management Program, County staff and volunteer lake monitors have been tracking the health of Lake Crabapple since 1992. 

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Health Report Card

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In Depth Health Report

In Depth Lake Health Report

​For more historical information on Lake Crabapple please refer to:

​Maps​

View maps of Lake Crabapple and the surrounding area, including the location of public access sites.


Watershed Map
Area that drains to the lake

Bathymetry Map
Depth contours of the lake

Aerial Bathymetry Map
Depth contours of the lake with satellite images