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Flowing Lake Park at Leckie's Beach

Documents

Flowing Lake Re-Numbered Sites Map

Flowing Lake Diagram

Boating and Waterskiing Regulations

Brochure - Flowing Lake

Features

  1. Amphitheater
  2. Beach
  3. Boat Launch
  4. Cabins
  5. Disabled Parking
  6. Fishing
  7. Picnic Shelter
  8. Picnic Tables
  9. Playground
  10. Restrooms/Sanicans
  11. RV Campsites
  12. Swim Area (No Lifeguard)
  13. Tent Campsites
  14. Trails
  15. Water Skiing

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Description
Flowing Lake offers a multitude of year-round recreation activities.The campground contains 4 cabins and over 49 campsites, most include water and electrical hookups. The ranger staff presents interpretive programs in the rustic amphitheater and guided nature walks throughout the summer season. Many picnic tables and a picnic shelter are available. 

Important 
The campsites at Flowing Lake were re-numbered starting in 2018.  If you have not visited park for awhile, be sure to review the map (in the reservation system) prior to booking your site.  

Water to hook-up campsites is not available during winter months. Restroom and shower facilities are open year-round.

Park History


Snohomish County purchased the property in 1968 from the Leckie family, who had operated Leckie's Resort on the site between 1925 and 1960. The original resort offered a a beautiful shallow water swimming beach, a dock, a small store, rental boats, canoes, tent camping, and a few very rustic cabins. Development of the county park began in the early 1970's.

In the 1940's the Leckies planted 8 fir trees near the beach creating the "wedding circle" as a spot for their daughter's wedding ceremony.  As it turned out, she did not get married in the circle but grandson Gary Leckie did in 2008.

In 2014, funding through a Conservation Futures grant enabled the purchase of additional land, expanding the park from 38 acres to nearly 195 acres.  

In 2017 the campground expanded by adding 10 utility campsites.

Note: We honor only the Washington State Disabled Veteran Lifetime Pass which entitles a visitor to free parking at the disabled parking stalls at Flowing Lake, Kayak Point, Wenberg, and Wyatt Parks. 

Large RVs/Motorhomes


Due to narrow roads and tight turns, Flowing Lake campground cannot accommodate trailers and motorhomes over 40 feet in length.   Operators are responsible for ensuring they fit in sites prior to finalizing reservations and are responsible for any damage that may occur due to vehicle size.   Cancellation fees will not be waived for vehicles too big to navigate roads or fit in a site.


Parking


All vehicles in day use parking must display a parking permit.  Daily permits may be purchased at the park entrance. Please be aware the machine does not make change. Parking is limited and space is not guaranteed. Early arrival and carpooling on hot days is highly recommended. An annual pass may be purchased online or at the Parks & Recreation office. Parking and boat launch fees are included in the camping fee.  To view our most current rates, visit our Fees & Prices page, then click on the Fee Schedule.
 

Driving Directions


Snohomish-Wenatchee exit off I-5 onto US2 in Everett. At milepost 10 turn left onto 100th St. Southeast (Westwick Road). Just past the French Creek Grange, the road bears sharply to the left (north), and becomes 171st Ave. SE Continue on 171st Ave SE to 48th St. SE; turn right onto 48th St SE. Park entrance is at the end of the road.





Subfacilities

  1. Cabin Camping

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  2. Flowing Lake Amphitheater

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  3. Flowing Lake Park Shelter

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