THE STORY OF HUBBARD'S CROSSING

Hubbard’s Crossing is named for Martin W. Hubbard, a young bachelor logger who staked a claim on Juanita Bay in the early 1870s. Hubbard built a boat landing at present-day Juanita Beach Park along with a post office. He delivered the mail to and from Seattle, crossing Lake Washington by rowboat.

Hubbard’s Crossing is located on either side of 100th Avenue in Juanita, with a crossing between the two sides of the community. It is where work crosses with play—where easy commutes allow you to enjoy more of your time at home with your family, in the parks and near the water.