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Lake Stevens

Named after the largest lake in Snohomish County (1,000 acres and 8 miles of shoreline), Lake Stevens is east of Everett. The lake has both public and private shore lands, with sandy public beaches and public boat launches. Canoes, jet skis, airplanes, sailboats, surfboards, rowboats, windsurfers and activities like horseback riding, sunbathing, and fishing can all be enjoyed at Lake Stevens. The Centennial trail stretches from Snohomish to Lake Stevens and will soon extend up to Arlington. You won't want to miss Aquafest, the biggest event of the year, held the last weekend of July.

Visit Eagle Ridge Park: This 15.6 acre park is named for the massive eagle nest perched in a cottonwood high above Lundeen Parkway. Motorists can enjoy glimpses of young bald eagles poking their heads out of the nest and or their parents perched nearby. The park will be preserved as a passive recreation nature reserve and will include trails, benches, interpretive signs and viewing platforms.

Population approx. 26,000

Lake Stevens Chamber & Visitor Center
10020 Lundeen Park Way
PO Box 439, Lake Stevens
425-334-0433

City of Lake Stevens
1812 Main St, PO Box 257, Lake Stevens
425-334-1012

Lake Stevens School District #4
12309 22nd St NE, Lake Stevens
425-335-1500

Lake Stevens Historical Society/Museum
1802 124th, PO Box 874, Lake Stevens
425-334-3944

Lake Stevens Journal
1909 124th Ave NE, Lake Stevens
425-334-9252

Lake Stevens | Snohomish County Tourism Bureau
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About

Take the Tour

Lake Stevens