Snohomish County Public Utility District No. 1

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Spada Lake Reservoir Access

Update 4/26/21

BOAT LAUNCHES:
There are two boat launches at Spada Lake reservoir. The boat launch at South Fork is available for trailered boat access whenever the lake level is 1410' msl or above. Trailored boat access is available at South Shore when the lake level is 1425' msl or above. Check our Rain, Wind, Reservoir, and River Conditions for information regarding reservoir levels and weather forecasts. Remember that combustion engines are not allowed on Spada Reservoir.

SOUTH SHORE ROAD:

South Shore Road leads to the South Fork and South Shore recreation sites. The road past the South Shore Recreation Site is permanently closed to vehicular traffic and has been converted to a trail for hike-in access only. The trailhead for Nighthawk and Bear Creek Recreation Sites, and the Department of Natural Resources' Boulder and Greider trails is accessed from the South Shore Recreation Site.

The Department of Natural Resources (DNR), owner of the South Shore Road near Spada Lake reservoir, will no longer maintain the roadway due to required upgrades, maintenance costs and discontinuation of timber harvests in the area. The PUD has committed to maintaining a portion of the road for vehicular access, from Olney Pass to the PUD’s South Shore Recreation Site.

NORTH SHORE RECREATION SITE:
This site is located across Culmback Dam to the north, created as part of our new license and recreation enhancements. 

CULMBACK DAM RECREATION SITE:
This recreation site is located adjacent to the dam and provides views of Spada Lake reservoir.

Please remember that camping is NOT ALLOWED on PUD property.

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