Visit Mason Lake
From sunrise to sunset, there’s something to do on Mason Lake. Perhaps the best option is just floating and watching the world go by.
Visit Mason Lake, Mason Lake is a natural elongated lake located between Belfair and Shelton. It was named for Charles H. Mason, the first secretary of Washington Territory.
It is approximately 1,000 acres in size and four miles long, with a maximum depth of 90 feet and mean depth of 48 feet. With 10.9 miles of shoreline, the lake sits 194 above sea level.
Originally a summer vacation community, today more than 1,000 residents now call Mason Lake home. The lake has always been known for its power boats, water sports and family outings. It is accessible by boat at Mason Lake County Park.