Washington July 04, 2017
These Floating Cabins In Washington Are The Ultimate Place To Stay Overnight This Summer
Ross Lake is located in the North Cascades, in a part of north-central Washington that can only be described as the middle of nowhere. That’s where you’ll find Ross Lake Resort, a collection of 12 cabins and 3 bunkhouses built on log floats on the lake. And that’s exactly where you want to be this summer.
Ross Lake Resort has been around since 1952, and it's been popular ever since.
The resort is located on the west side of Ross Lake, just north of Ross Dam.
If you decide to spend some time here, be ready to go off the grid.
There is no direct access to Ross Lake Resort. To reach it, you'll either have to hike for about a mile or take the Diablo Lake Ferry which meets up with the Ross Lake Resort Truck.
You may not have cell phone service, but that doesn't mean you'll be roughing it here.
Each cabin is fully furnished and has electricity, running water, towels, bedding, pots and pans and tableware. Propane grills are shared by two cabins. Guests are always expected to bring their own food.
The views here are unbeatable.
It really doesn't get better than this.
Ross Lake Resort is open from mid-June through the end of October.
Fishing season starts July 1.
Needless to say, this amazing place books up fast.
It might actually be next summer that you enjoy a weekend here. Call 206-386-4437 to see what's available.
Ross Lake Resort is definitely a unique and beautiful place to stay. If you prefer an offbeat overnight experience, check out these other
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