Stay at the Resort

In existence since 1952, Ross Lake Resort is nestled in the heart of the North Cascade Mountains and is comprised of fifteen floating cabins and a marina. As visitors to the National Park increase every year, so does the popularity of our floating mountain oasis. 

With only 15 cabins and a rental season of Mid-June through October, we do book up quickly. But don't worry, there are a few ways you can visit the resort in the future. To get a cabin reservation you must join the waitlist the year you are looking to stay. 

Getting a reservation to stay at the resort can take flexibility, but there are other ways to visit and enjoy the lake. Learn more about Camping on the lake or Day Visits.

IMG_3497.jpeg

Join Our Waitlist

Whenever we have an opening, we pull directly from our waitlist. Here are some tips ...

  • Sign up on our waitlist - We pull from our waitlist for the current season. At the end of each season, the waitlist is cleared. We recommend signing up every calendar year. 

  • Be specific - We filter our waitlist based on what we have available and what you're looking for giving everyone a fair shot! The more specific you can be, the better. 

  • Be flexible - The more flexible you are willing to be, the better your chances are to stay at the resort.

  • Be persistent - Be diligent in signing up on the waitlist each year. We also encourage those with flexible schedules to keep an eye on our Availability Table below for last-minute cancellations.

Check Our Last-Minute Availability Table 

We receive last-minute cancellations all throughout our season. With such short notice it's not always possible for us to fill the space from our waitlist. Use our Availability Table below to take advantage of last-minute opportunities to stay with us!

Openings are filled on a first come first serve basis. Any last minute availability will be listed in green on the table below. 

Cabin Type 

Availability

Dates 

Little Cabin 

Booked

N/A

Modern Cabin 

Booked

N/A

Private Bunkhouse

Booked

N/A

Booked

Peak Cabin

N/A

Accommodations

All of our cabins are completely furnished and include kitchens, bathrooms, electricity, and hot and cold running water. Towels, bedding, tableware, pots, and pans are provided. Propane grills are shared by two cabins. Bring your own food; there is no restaurant or store on site. There is no charge for children under 4. There are four styles of cabins to choose from, which are highlighted below.

Little Cabin

Our Little Cabins are a bit smaller and cozier than our Modern Cabins. This quaint cabin offers wood stove heat, a full kitchen, bathroom, one queen bed, and one bunk bed. Last but not least, breathtaking views of Colonial and Pyramid Peaks! Accommodates one to four.

RLR_Actpg_Image_04.jpg
RLR_Actpg_Image_08.jpg
RossLake_CompImage_13.jpg

Maximum 4 persons 

1-2 persons

Each additional person 

$ 245 per night

$20 per night 

Modern Cabin

Large picture windows framing Colonial and Pyramid Peaks make this the perfect cabin to escape to! Our Modern Cabins offer a spacious dining-living room combined, wood stove or electric heat, a full kitchen, and bathroom. Two to three twin beds (depending on what cabin you're in) and one bunk bed. Accommodates one to six.

RLR_Actpg_Image_03.jpg
RLR_Actpg_Image_06.jpg
RLR_Actpg_Image_07.jpg

Maximum 6 persons 

1-2 persons

Each additional person 

$ 270 per night

$20 per night 

Private Bunkhouse

Our Private Bunkhouses are ideal for larger groups. They offer a large combined kitchen-dining-sleeping area, full kitchen, bathroom, and wood stove heat. There are four or five bunk beds (depending on the cabin) and are perfect for parties of six or more. Accommodates six to ten.

RLR_Actpg_Image_01.jpg

Maximum 8-10 persons 

1-6 persons

Each additional person 

$ 340 per night

$20 per night 

Peak Cabin

Our Peak Cabins are perfect for creating family memories! This spacious two-story cabin offers an open loft that has one queen-size bed and two twin beds. There is one bedroom on the lower level that has one twin bed and one bunk bed. This cabin is complete with a full kitchen, bathroom with a bathtub, large living/dining area with a pullout sofa sleeper, and wood stove heat. And let's not forget the incredible view of Ross Lake Dam and magnificent mountain peaks! Accommodates up to nine people. 

RLR_Actpg_Image_02.jpg
Screen Shot 2018-11-19 at 11.34.19 AM co
RLR_Actpg_Image_05.jpg

Maximum 9 persons 

1-4 persons

Each additional person 

$ 435 per night

$22 per night 

COVID Procedures

Ross Lake Resort is operating in accordance with National Park, CDC, and Washington State guidance and regulations. It has affected the number of cabins we have available, the number of people that can stay in our cabins, as well as our cleaning procedures. For up-to-date COVID information and updates please visit our dedicated COVID website.

Getting Here 

Please visit our Getting Here page for instructions on how to get to Ross Lake and the Resort.