Lake Crabapple is a serene little lake, just 35 acres in size. No gas engines allowed, so it remains peaceful for kayaking, fishing, and swimming. Camp Killoqua, a Camp Fire camp on one end of the lake, provides summer fun for kids from all over the region, with hiking trail and cabins.
Fishing opportunities include stocked Rainbow Trout and Coastal Cutthroat Trout and resident Largemouth Bass and Yellow Perch. This lake is one of only twelve waters in Snohomish County managed with a seasonal fishing closure. Spring catch rates for trout are highest early in the season and decline as fish are harvested and as warmer water temperatures force trout to seek areas of colder refuge. Fall is often overlooked by anglers, but can be an ideal time as fish that have been growing all summer become more active around the lake with cooler temperatures.
The WDFW access on the north shore has a toilet.