Closed until further notice due to fires.
Open from mid-June to October 31
Fishing is open on Ross Lake July 1- October 31
Ross Lake was created by the damming of the Skagit River and is in the recreation area of the North Cascades National Park. The elevation of the lake is 1600 feet and it is over 20 miles long. The climate is similar to Seattle's.
In existence since 1950, Ross Lake Resort is situated in a line of twelve individual cabins and three bunkhouses built on log floats. The resort is located on the west side of Ross Lake, just north of Ross Dam. It is the only facility on the lake and characterized by its remoteness (no direct road access).
Call for a Reservation - 206.386.4437
Reservations taken only one year in advance
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Since there is no road access, there are two ways to get to Ross Lake Resort from Highway 20. You can choose to hike here or take the Diablo Lake Ferry which meets up with the Ross Lake Resort Truck.
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