- Wenberg State Park covers 46 acres, with 1,140 feet of freshwater shoreline on Lake Goodwin. Boating facilities consist of a two-lane concrete boat launch ramp and two 12' x 20' swim/water ski floats. The lake is renowned for cutthroat and rainbow trout fishing. Also caught are smallmouth bass and perch up to 18 inches in length.
The park has 465 feet of guarded swim beach, two creative playground units and one-half mile of foot trail. A concession stand is open during the summer months.
Camping facilities include one Camp Host campsite, 65 standard campsites, 10 trailer hook up sites (water and electricity only), two camp area comfort stations, a bathhouse, trailer dump station and a large and small picnic shelter. There are 80 tables and 25 stoves in the day use area.
Recreation - Park activities include camping, picnicking, play area, swimming, boating, water skiing, freshwater fishing, hiking and windsurfing/sailing.
Climate - The climate in this area is influenced by both the mountains and the bodies of water to the west. It is generally a mild and temperate marine climate.
Winters are cool, cloudy and rainy. Maximum winter temperatures are in the low to high 40s with minimum temperatures in the mid 30s. Summers are warm and relatively dry with maximum and minimum temperatures in the low 70s and low 50s, respectively. This area averages 36 inches of precipitation per year.
Wenberg State Park is located in Snohomish County, approximately 12 miles north of Marysville and 10 miles south of Stanwood. The main access is from Interstate 5 (Exit 206), seven miles west on well-signed State Highway 531. A Smokey Point Marker is located on the I-5 rest area seven miles east of the park.