Garhart Reservoir


2Listings$395K-$885K$1.2MTotal Value
Garhart Reservoir, Washington

Garhart Reservoir real estate is a tight inventory market for lake homes and land in Washington.

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About Garhart Reservoir

The Garhart Reservoir is a smaller body of water located in the western part of Washington, north of Seattle. Because of its close placement to Seattle and other smaller cities, the area around the reservoir is highly developed and provides plenty of ways to get involved.

The closest cities to Garhart Reservoir are Mill Creek and Martha Lake. The reservoir provides access to other water bodies as well, being east of Puget Sound and near other lakes such as Martha Lake and Silver Lake.

Active Reservoir

While the reservoir is small in size, it is large in activities available for its guests. The area surrounding the reservoir has plenty of restaurants, hotels, parks, water bodies, and other venues.

One of the more popular attractions in the nearby area is visiting the Willis D. Tucker Community Park, located to the lake's east. The park provides a variety of amenities to its visitors.

Amenities include an amphitheater, an off-leash dog park, sports venues, and picnic areas. The amphitheater is excellent for holding concerts. Sports venues include two baseball fields, two multi-purpose fields, and two volleyball courts.

There are multiple other parks in the surrounding area as well for those looking to enjoy the outdoors. Other parks nearby include Lord Hill Park and Meadowdale Beach Park.

Those looking for a truly unique time can make their way to Elevated Sportz Trampoline Park and Event Center.

Large Potential

Those looking for an opportunity to be near the water while also near plenty of activities, the Garhart Reservoir would make a good fit. While there is not much privacy in the highly developed area outside of Seattle, it is still happening. Residents of this reservoir can fish, camp, hike, go out to eat, and much more.