Lake Goodwin

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For the census-designated place, see Lake Goodwin, Washington.

Lake Goodwin is a lake in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. It covers 575 acres (7.2 km²), its immediate watershed is 2,604 acres (11 km²), and including upstream lakes its watershed is 3,466 acres (14 km²). Its maximum depth is 50 feet (15.2 m), and its average depth is 23 feet (7.0 m). The lake volume is 13,337 acre feet (16,451,000 m3), and it has 5.2 miles (8.6 km) of shoreline. The surrounding census district of Lake Goodwin, Washington is named after the lake.

The lake is the largest and by far the most popular of the Seven Lakes area northwest of Marysville, Washington. Wenberg County Park is the main public access to the lake. In 1996, Snohomish County bought a formerly privately owned resort on the north tip of the lake, and is working on developing it into a park.

Coordinates: 48°8′23.6″N 122°16′41.9″W / 48.139889°N 122.278306°W / 48.139889; -122.278306