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Lake - Resorts and Lodges in Washington
Washington abounds with a bevy of lake activities! Start your water adventures on Lake Chelan, which features more than 50 square miles of glacier-fed waters. Take part in a wealth of water sports like kayaking, jetskiing, boating, and swimming. If it’s an angling adventure you seek, cast your line in and try to hook trout, cod, or bass. Surrounded by the Cascade Mountains, the scenery is always breathtaking. Stay at Mountain View Lodge or Lakeside Lodge & Suites and you’ll always be just a stone’s throw from Lake Chelan’s sparkling shores. Set off on a canoe ride on Lake Quinault and observe the spectacular greenery lining the waters. Rain Forest Resort Village overlooks Lake Quinault in all of its awe-inspiring glory. If you’re looking to hook some trophy trout, set off on the waters of Waitts Lake, which awaits in Northeast Washington. Lakeside luxury and leisure unite all around the state!
Along the banks of the Icicle Creek, enjoy the views and the beautiful backdrop. The Cascade Mountains are the perfect backdrop for your vacation, and the creek provides ample opportunities for hiking or a romantic stroll.
While at the Resort at Port Ludlow, enjoy the Salish Sea. Take a boat out fishing or spend the day strolling along the shore. The Port Ludlow Marina offers ample opportunity to enjoy the views of the water. Enjoy kayak, SUP, and watercraft rentals as well as the Marina Store stocked with gifts, groceries, beer & wine. As a Marina guest, enjoy...
The resort makes its home on the shores of Lake Quinault, a glacier-fed lake amid verdant rainforest greenery. Enjoy lakeview fireplace cabins, go swimming in the untouched waters, take a lake tour or try your hand at canoeing. Don't miss photo opportunities on the lake and surrounding shores!
Plenty of watersports await you during your stay at Watson's Harverene Resort. Lake Chelan has more than 50 miles of glacier-fed waters -- ideal for kayaking, jetskiing, boating and swimming. Or, cast your fishing line in hopes of catching trout, cod or bass.
While there aren't any lakes in the area, there IS the Pacific Ocean. If your vehicle is up to the challenge, a short drive away is the spacious Roosevelt Beach, where you'll be able to drive for miles in each direction in and out of the waves. For the less daring, there are plenty of places around Seabrook to go fishing including the Quinault...
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