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The whole experience was amazing. An adventure from the moment you put your car in park and head to the first dock. Ferry ride, tractor ride, wooden speed boat ride all before you arrive! The water is a stunning color. The rooms are right on...More
We've been going to this establishment---the most unique experience on the west coast since 1980, our honeymoon! We are never disappointed, a rustic, authentic beauty to celebrate the true PNW bounty and lore! It never changes, timeless and a true Zen like experience like no...More
First, it is extremely difficult to get a cabin and their wait list is typically many pages long. If you are lucky and persistent, you will eventually be able to visit this incredible and special place. There is no wifi and no televisions; You will...More
A high school friend of mine and I first saw the Ross Lake Resort in the summer of 1956 when we hiked up the side of Ross Dam, rented a rowboat from the then fledging resort and rowed miles up the lake to Couger Island...More
My husband and I wanted the true experience of the North Cascades National Park. That's hard to do. We day hike, but many of the hikes here are long and require camping. Ross Lake Resort is popular and hard to book. We wanted to stay...More
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US$56 - US$108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
The place is NEVER available. They have been booked solid for years because they allow the people that come to have first dibs on reserving it for the following year. It's almost like a private club. Good luck getting in!
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"The farther down the boardwalkl your cabin is, the fewer people will be walking in front of your cabin, so..."