Sunrise Resorts Lake Easton
581 Lake Easton Rd.
Note: All Sunrise Resort only accepts factory manufactured RV's. This means no bus conversions, tiny homes or park models.
Peak Dates: June 1 through September 30
Lake Easton RV Resort is located in the middle of the State of Washington on the eastern ridge of the Cascade Mountain range, 2,100 feet above sea level. Four area lakes with launching facilities offer fishing and water skiing. The Yakima River, a short walking distance from the resort, offers the best catch and release fly fishing in the state. Winter activities include cross-country skiing on groomed trails and snowmobiling, all accessible from the resort. Night and day snowboarding and downhill skiing are only 15 freeway miles away.
History buffs will appreciate the nearby old mining towns of Cle Elum and Roslyn. Cle Elum dates back to 1886 with the discovery of coal and the establishment of a saw mill. It has since become popular for outdoor recreation. Roslyn also owes its existence to coal. It’s now filled with interesting bistros and shops and serves as a launching point for outdoor enthusiasts. The popular television show, “Northern Exposure” was filmed here, and visitors might recognize a few places in town, including the Roslyn’s Cafe camel mural, Ruth-Anne’s store, the KBHR radio station and the weather-beaten vistas of Main Street from the show’s opening credits.
Vino connoisseurs will want to head to the Yakima Valley wine country, just a short drive a way, where they can participate in a wide variety of special events. Wine tasting tours introduce the valley’s finest vintages.
Amenities: This resort has a clubhouse, outdoor swimming pool, hot tub, horseshoes, pool table, playground, game room and hiking opportunities.
Check in: Noon
Full Sites: 49
Partial Sites: 68
Maximum Electrical: 30 amps
Max RV Length: 38'
Rentals: A-Frame Cabin, Sleeps 6
Check in: 3 PM
Check out: 11 AM
Rental Notes: Limited space for RVs with tip-out. Sewer access is limited. Linens not provided. No pets in cabins.
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Directions: From Seattle, drive east on I-90 to exit 70. The resort is adjacent to the freeway, surrounded by Lake Easton State Park.