Lake Cassidy lies 3 miles east of Marysville and is just a few minutes east of Highway 9. The lake covers over 123 acres of water and is a popular year round lake for fishing rainbow trout, largemouth bass, yellow perch, black crappie and brown bullhead catfish. This variety of fish attracts many species of wildlife to its shores. Hawks, Eagles, Heron and Bear can be scene all around the lake. On the east side of the lake there is a 2 mile section of the Centennial trail that leads to a boardwalk and dock that reach out into the waters of Lake Cassidy.
There are two options parking to start this 2 mile section.
1.4 miles North of the lake is the Getchell Road Trail head at 8318 Westlund Road
and a 0.6 miles to the south 10000 block of 105 Ave NE
|Lake Cassidy Interpretive Center|
|East Shore of Lake Cassidy|
|Mature American Bald Eagle near the Interpretive Center|
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