Top 5 Washington State Parks Cabin Rentals

February 11, 2019

Washington is in one of the most beautiful corners of the United States.  Boasting large expanses of natural wonder, it is no wonder that Washington’s state parks are a top choice for people to escape the hustle and bustle of cities. But where do you stay in order to best enjoy these parks?

Read on for the top five state parks cabin rentals for your next adventure!

Soap Lake Natural Resort and Spa

If you are looking to enjoy all of the wonders nature has to offer, while enjoying the comforts of home, Soap Lake Natural Spa and Resort is for you. This resort is located on the shores of Soap Lake, a body of water renowned for its healing properties. This luxury resort is an amazing getaway any time of the year.

The area boasts access to Dry Falls State Park, that features amazing hiking and biking trails, and the renowned Grand Coulee Dam. At the end of an eventful day, escape back to Soap Lake Natural Spa and Resort to enjoy the mineral waters that can even be pumped into your Jetted Tub in the luxury cabins and cottages!

Bay View State Park

Bay View State Park’s cabins are located among the area’s beautiful Douglas fir trees. With views of Padilla Bay and the San Juan islands, it is a great option to bring the family. The beach is within walking distance of the cabins. Cabins sleep up to four, and have a more spartan set up, with shared bathrooms located nearby the cabins.

Cape Disappointment State Park

Cape Disappointment was named for how famed explorers Lewis and Clark felt when they saw where the Columbia river met with the ocean, but contrary to their belief, it is really anything but disappointing. A beautiful stretch of coast, the cabins here are located on nearby Lake O’Neil. Each cabin can sleep up to six, and includes a covered porch.

Lincoln Rock State Park

Located on the banks of the Columbia River, Lincoln Rock State Park is named for the rock that resembles our sixteenth president, Abraham Lincoln. Cabins here sleep five and come with covered porches and air conditioning.  A beautiful place that offers swimming, hiking, boating, and biking trails it is great for a family getaway.

Wallace Falls State Park

Wallace Falls State Park is perfect if you want to see some of the best scenery Washington has to offer. With two rivers, three lakes, and a whopping nine waterfalls all within the park, it is hard to beat. Cabins are located near Wallace Lake and Wallace Falls. Each cabin sleeps five and features a covered front porch. Wallace Falls is also a great location year around, with great snowshoeing trails in the park!

Washington is a wonderful place to go out and enjoy the beauty of nature. With its many state parks that are perfect for any traveler. When looking to go on your next adventure, the friendly staff at Soap Lake Natural Spa and Resort invites you to call today at (509)246-0462 or click here to book a room. Now is the perfect time to begin planning your next escape!