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Lake Stevens

Other Link Additional Lake Information


  1. Boat Launch
  2. Boating (Motorized)
  3. Fishing
  4. Parking
  5. Swim Area (No Lifeguard)
  6. Water Skiing

Lake Stevens


General Information

Lake Stevens is located six miles east of Everett and is partially in the city of Lake Stevens. Lake Stevens is the largest natural lake in the county at 1012.7 acres. The lake is also the deepest, with a maximum depth of 150 feet and an average depth of 63 feet . 

Recreational Opportunities:

Recreational uses of the lake include fishing, swimming, boating, and skiing. Two County parks, Willard Wyatt Park and Sunset Park, and three City of Lake Stevens parks provide public access to Lake Stevens. Boats can be launched at Wyatt Park and the City boat launch. 
Boating and Launching Information

Fishing Information

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife maintains informational pages for each lake in Washington that contain information including fish stocking schedules, commonly caught fish calendars, and boat launch information.  

Lake Health Report and Data

As part of Snohomish County's Lake Management Program, County staff and volunteer lake monitors have been tracking the health of Lake Stevens since 1990.  The findings for Lake Stevens are summarized on the Lake Stevens Water Quality page and compiled in the annual in-depth lake health report  belowYou may also view the raw water quality data in our online water quality database.

Lake Maps:

  • Bathymetric Map - This map shows contour lines of equal depth similar to a topographic map. Public access sites are also indicated when applicable.
  • Aerial Map - 2012 aerial photos of the lake with relevant features such as public access and nearby roads.
  • Watershed Map - This map shows the boundary of the watershed area that drains into Lake Stevens.

You Can Help Protect Lake Stevens

Lake Stevens needs your help to stay healthy.  Learn about small changes you can make on your property to protect your lake and become LakeWise.  Find more information at