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Wenberg County Park

Admission Fee

Day-use/boat launch fee


Brochure - Wenberg Park

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  1. ADA Accessible
  2. Beach
  3. Boat Launch
  4. Campsites
  5. Disabled Parking
  6. Dump Station
  7. Fishing
  8. Lake Access
  9. Parking
  10. Picnic Tables
  11. Restrooms/Sanicans
  12. Wading Area (No Lifeguard)


Located on the eastern shore of Lake Goodwin, this award-winning park offers splendid opportunities for picnicking, sunbathing, boating, and camping. Within these 45 acres, you'll discover a 70-site campground, three picnic shelters, an enclosed swim beach with rinse shower, and 1,140 feet of freshwater shoreline with a two-lane concrete boat launch for your toys. The day-use area restroom is closed and winterized November-March.

Management of the park was transferred to Snohomish County from the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission on July 16, 2009, in an effort to keep state parks open and available to residents and visitors while responding to state budget reductions. In 2018, the day-use area was renovated to provide much-improved ADA access to the swimming beach and swimming/fishing dock.

Wenberg County Park won the Washington Recreation and Parks Association Spotlight Award for an Outdoor Space in 2021. Spotlight Awards highlight excellence and achievements in the field of parks and recreation by honoring the amazing efforts of public agencies and design firms. Facilities & Parks Awards recognize the highest standards in design, development, and renovation of park and recreation areas.


Wenberg Park's campsites are situated within three campground loops. 

  • Loop 1 (sites 1-15) offers full utilities in most of its sites. It is best suited for RV camping. Loop 1 is open for year-round camping (water and electricity are open year-round. The dump station is winterized and closed Nov-March).
  • Loop 2 (sites 16-44 and ADA) offers a mix of partial and non-utility sites. Loop 2 is not open for winter camping (closed from November 1st through the end of February).
  • Loop 3 (sites 45-67) offers mostly non-utility sites and is best suited for tent camping. Loop 3 is not open for winter camping (closed from November 1st through the end of February).


Camping reservations can be made online or through the call center (M-F, 8:30 am-4:30 pm) at 425-388-6600. Reservations must be made no later than three days prior to check-in. All unreserved sites (including ADA sites) can be occupied on a first-come, first-serve basis. 


  • All vehicles in day-use parking must display a parking permit. Permits can be purchased at the Welcome Center Pay Station. Please be aware the machine only accepts credit/debit cards. See fee schedule on the Fees & Prices page for the most current rate.
  • Parking and boat launch fees are included in the camping fee.
  • We honor only the Washington State Disabled Veteran Lifetime Pass which entitles the visitor to free parking at our fee-use parks.  Please display your pass on your dash so it is visible to the rangers.
  • The State of Washington's Discover Pass and Department of Fish and Wildlife launch permit is not valid at Snohomish County Parks.

Boat Launch

The boat launch fee can be paid at the Welcome Center Pay Station/fee machine. Washington State Fish and Wildlife vehicle permits and Discover Pass are not valid for launching in Snohomish County Parks. See Fees Schedule on the Fees & Prices page for the most current rate. Boats may be moored to designated areas of the dock during the day. Overnight mooring is not allowed.

Parking and boat launch fees are included in the camping fee.

An annual pass may be purchased online or through the Parks and Recreation office (M-F, 8:30 am-4:30 pm) at 425-388-6600.


From I-5, head west on Highway 531 at exit 206. Approximately 2.25 miles from I-5 turn right at the stop sign. The road is a continuation of Highway 531 (also referred to as Lakewood Rd.).  Follow Lakewood Road for approximately 2.4 miles to East Lake Goodwin Road. Turn left onto East Lake Goodwin Road and follow approximately one mile to the park entrance on your right.

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