Snohomish County Public Utility District No. 1

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Jackson Project: Recreation

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The recreation sites were opened for public use in the summer of 1991 and have been improved as part of our 2011 relicensing. Our facilities provide access for fishing and boating, hiking, picnicking and public restrooms.

no drone noticeThe recreation sites are open from April through October, depending on weather conditions. They are day-use only. You can leave your car overnight only on the east side of the South Shore Site parking lot if you plan to hike in to the DNR's Greider and Boulder Sites for camping.

From the Gateway Site you can hike to our new Culmback Dam Site and across Culmback Dam to our new North Shore Site. From the South Shore Recreation Site, you can hike to our Nighthawk and Bear Creek Recreation Sites. This trail also leads to the Department of Natural Resources' (DNR) Greider and Boulder Lakes. (View map.)

Please use caution while driving on the roads around Spada Lake Reservoir. Drive slowly and look out for rough road, fallen trees or rocks, and equipment.

Public use and enjoyment of the Jackson Hydroelectric Project recreation and mitigation lands in the Sultan Basin is subject to the regulations established in PUD Directive #73 (see link to the right to view).

Spada Lake Reservoir & Sultan River Access

Updated 12/6/17

Culmback Dam Road is CLOSED to ALL PUBLIC ACCESS, INCLUDING PEDESTRIANS, at Olney Pass due to construction activity.   

The South Shore Road will be CLOSED THROUGH FRIDAY, 12/8, due to road maintenance activities.  

The inner gate at 116th Street will be closed outside of business hours (7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.). The outer gate will be left open.

The Diversion Dam Road is CLOSED to ALL PUBLIC ACCESS, INCLUDING PEDESTRIANS while road construction occurs.


PUD property and Recreation Sites are day-use only.

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425-783-1712
(M-F, 8am to 5pm)