|Basin countries||United States|
|Surface elevation||372 ft (113 m)|
Lake Meridian is a fresh-water lake located in the city of Kent, Washington. One of only four lakes in King County allowing motorized boating, Lake Meridian is an urban lake, surrounded by homes and located just off the Kent-Kangley Road on Kent's East Hill.
Fed primarily by springs at the west end of the lake, Lake Meridian empties at the east end of the lake into a small stream that eventually connects to the Little Soos Creek, which in turn eventually feeds into the larger Green River via a number of other streams and eventually ends up in Elliott Bay. Lake Meridian is a recreation area offering fishing, boating, canoeing and a variety of water sports. Patrolled in the summer months by the Kent Police Department boat cruisers, Lake Meridian is part of the City of Kent's Lake Meridian Park, which is visited by thousands each Summer season.
Lake Meridian features a large covered shelter, a playfield, restrooms, swimming beach, fishing, and boat launch. Park capacity is 120 people.
- Lake Stewardship Program: Lake Meridian
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Lake Meridian
- "King County Boating regulations fact sheet". King County. Retrieved 2011-03-23.
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