Water Access

Rivers, lakes, and splash pads.  If you’re looking for access to water, we’ve got a park for you!

Lake Parks

Riverfront Parks

Saltwater Parks

*Parking fees apply


  • With the proper license, fishing is available at many Snohomish County parks. Please refer to boating rules and purchase permit if you plan to launch.
  • Fishing licenses can be purchased online at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Licensing. Kids 14 and younger do not need a fishing license to fish in the state of Washington. Anglers 15 years of age are required to have a youth fishing license, which allows them to fish in both fresh and saltwater. Anglers of any age who fish for salmon, Pacific halibut, sturgeon, steelhead or Dungeness crab must have a catch record card in their possession while fishing.

  1. Helpful Links

ADA Access (accessibility to camping, playgrounds, picnicking, trails, water)

  1. Fishing  (Peruse information about where you can go fishing)
  2. Passes  (Annual parking and launch, and GPHS student parking)
  3. Wading Beaches (Review guidelines about access to water)
    Splash Pad