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Lake Stickney

Other Link Additional Lake Information


  1. Boat Launch
  2. Boating (No gasoline-powered motors)
  3. Fishing
  4. Parking
  5. Public Park
  6. Restrooms/Sanicans

Lake Stickney

General Information

Lake Stickney is located between Interstate 5 and Highway 99 at the south edge of Everett. The lake is 25.0 acres in size and has a maximum depth of 34 feet. Lake Stickney’s watershed is mostly developed and is very large, 2410.8 acres, in comparison to the lake size. There is a wetland bordering the Southern third of the lake and the remainder of the shoreline is primarily residential.

Recreational Opportunities

There is a public boat launch on the north shore of the lake. Gas-powered boats are not permitted.

Fishing Information

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) maintains informational pages for each lake in Washington that include:  fish stocking schedules, fishing prospects 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 area lakes since 1992.  The findings for Lake Stickney are compiled in the annual in-depth lake health report below. You 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 Photo - 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 the lake.

You Can Help Protect Lake Stickney

Lake Stickney 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