Anderson Island, Washington
Park and Recreation District

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Lowell Johnson Park (aka "Ol' Swimmin' Hole")

Located on Guthrie Road
Located on Guthrie Road, Lowell Johnson Park is one of Anderson Island's busiest public parks.  It is known as "The Ol' Swimmin' Hole" by locals because of it's historic origin.  It was a gathering place and probably used for bathing before electric power was introduced to the island in the 1960's.  It has two separate, cordoned off swimming areas.  One is for the "Big Kids".  It has a floating dock and a separate floating platform with a tower to jump from.  The other one is for the "Little Un's".  It has a floating "V" dock and a slide.  There are also sandy beaches, a sand volleyball court, and picnic areas.  No lifeguard is on duty.  ALCOHOL IS NOT PERMITTED ANY TIME.  DOGS (except for service dogs) are not welcome at any time on or off leash.  Please visit Andy's Wildlife Park and Jane Cammon Park sites where dogs are permitted on leash only and the Freddy's Off-leash dog area on Sandberg Road.
 
Contact Park Commissioner: John Larsen, 253-884-9798, jlarsen@andersonislandparks.org


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