Summer Staycation Spots

Posted on: July 29, 2020

 

1. Suncadia Resort

With more than 6,000 acres of forested mountain landscape, Suncadia’s wealth of year-round activities make for a perfect Pacific Northwest escape. A picturesque Washington State resort, with 40+ miles of hiking and biking trails, three championship golf courses, local wining & dining, and world-class spa treatments.

 

2. Outlook Inn

The island's oldest family-run 41 room hotel in the heart of Eastsound on Orcas Island. Three distinct styles of rooms from luxury to economy, all just steps from boutiques, galleries, and restaurants. On-site restaurant, the New Leaf Cafe and Lounge, features seafood and incredible cocktails with a water view. Banquet facilities and off-site catering to help you mark the special occasions of your life.

 

3. Wapato Point

Wapato Point is know as THE place for families to come and enjoy themselves on the shores of Lake Chelan and with 116 acres of fun - 8 pools including one indoor, tennis courts, amazing lake front beaches, onsite jet-ski and boat rentals, miniature golf there is no better place to stay in Lake Chelan. There are loads of activities - basketball, tennis, shuffleboard, ice skating in winter, and all the water sports that your heart desires. In addition there is a kiosk on the beach where daily activities take place - pottery painting, tie dyeing, giant bowling, bracelet making, hula hoop contests - the schedule changes weekly to keep our guests entertained, and that is why families keep coming back year after year to make memories that will last a lifetime on the shores of Lake Chelan. Wapato Point is a vacation condominium resort with timeshare properties. You can also rent properties on a weekly basis.

 

Staying Home Instead?

Luckily there are lots of ways to still enjoy the summer while staying safe.

 

4. Walla Walla

Wineries are beginning to rival the sweet-tasting Walla Walla onion as the hallmark of this lovely town at the foot of the Blue Mountains. In fact, the combination of excellent wineries and appealing scenery has put Walla Walla on the map as one of the country's hottest new wine-touring regions. The town's rich history, starting with the Indian tribes who first settled here followed by the early pioneers, the establishment and subsequent tragic demise of a famous mission and then a gold rush, is also a tourist draw. Fascinating museums and historic attractions bring this past to life. Music and the arts are a vital part of this culturally conscious college town, which boasts one of the oldest symphony orchestras west of the Mississippi, frequent summertime blues and jazz concerts, arts festivals and at least 15 art galleries. A revitalized downtown features restored 19th-century buildings, restaurants, galleries and wine-tasting rooms. If you're itching for outdoor fun, head east for hiking, mountain biking and fishing in the Blue Mountains or take the relatively easy Stateline Loop bike trail to Oregon and back.

 

5. Birch Bay

Birch Bay is the hidden gem of NW Washington and has been a popular tourist destination since the 1920’s. 5,000 full-time residents live in our beachfront community and over 100,000 tourists visit annually.

Birch Bay features a waterslides park, miles of beaches, a state park with camping, great restaurants, a world-class resort and golf course, and a small-town feel that will take you back in time.

 

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