Horseshoe Lake


Horseshoe Lake, Washington

The Horseshoe Lake real estate market is a tight inventory marketplace for lake property in Washington.

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About Horseshoe Lake
On the Outer Perimeter of Seattle, Washington

Horseshoe Lake is in King County, Washington, just 1.8 miles from the town of Black Diamond. The lake sits right outside of the suburbs of Seattle and is just a few miles from Mt. Rainier National Park's western edge. The lake sits Flaming Geyser Park, Green River Gorge State Park, and Lake Sawyer Regional Park.

Fishing and the Outdoors

Anglers don't need a lucky horseshoe when fishing on this lake. You are likely to find smallmouth bass as the most popular species here.

Residents of Horseshoe Lake will enjoy having easy access to outdoor recreation areas. One of the more popular tourist parks sits only a few miles to the east of Horseshoe Lake-- Mt. Rainier National Park. Inside the park, you can have fun camping, hiking, climbing, and exploring Mt. Rainier-- the 14,410-foot active volcano.

If you prefer the golf green to the icy mountains, the Druid's Glen Golf Club is only about a ten-minute drive north. You do not need a membership to play the course, but a daily playing fee is required. The 7,146-yard golf course is carved out of 376 acres of second-growth forest and features sculpted bent grass tee boxes, fairways, and true northwest poa annual greens.

Visit Seattle, Washington

The city of Seattle is always a great choice when you plan a day/weekend trip. You can spend your time shopping in local markets, trying new food, sight-seeing, and enjoying the nightlife.

The Space Needle is a popular destination for those visiting the city. It stands 160 meters tall and is the perfect place to view Mount Rainier, the islands on Puget Sound, the Cascade Mountains, and the Olympic Mountains.

If you are more of an art and culture lover, there are plenty of museums for you to tour. The Chihuly Garden and Glass, Museum of Pop Culture, Seattle Art Museum, Olympic Sculpture Park, and Pacific Science Center are notable locations.

You're in Luck on Horseshoe Lake

Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or find a vacation rental, Horseshoe Lake is an excellent choice.