Please reach us at 360-274-6141 if you cannot find an answer to your question.
Yes, four-legged friends are welcome. Pet fees are $20 per pet per night in our cabins, and $5 per pet per night in RV’s and tents. The maximum amount of pets per site or cabin is three. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate pets in the motel, and for the safety and comfort of all of our guests, aggressive dogs are not allowed – thank you for understanding.
If you should need to cancel your reservation, please be aware of our cancellation policy. Cancellations received more than 14 days prior to your arrival will be refunded, minus a nominal $25 plus tax cancellation fee per room/site. If cancellations are less than 14 days, your deposit (amount already paid) will be non-refundable. This policy enables us to ensure that our desirable accommodations are available to interested guests. There is a separate cancellation policy for group & event registration that will be in your agreement.
Close! It’s only 45 minutes to the Johnson Ridge Observatory. We are the closest campground to the Mount St. Helens Visitor Center, as they are just 1 mile away. Check out our page on Amenities for other family activities to do.
Yes, overnight guests can bring a personal boat. We do charge $10 per day for moorage w/trailer parking. Please note that parking is very limited and is on a first come first serve basis. If you’re not a guest, you can still launch your boat here for just $10 and take advantage of our dock moorage for $20 a night.
Yes, we do! We have pontoon boats, motor boats, row boats, canoes, one person Kayaks, pedal boats, and stand-up paddle boards for rent. You can now RESERVE YOUR BOAT ON LINE before you come. Pull down the “accommodations” tab, click on “on line reservations” and select “utilities” to reserve your boat and times. Or feel free to call us for rates and reservations, or Click here to view Boat Rental Rates. We also rent fishing rods for $5 a day.
Absolutely! You can have access to our entire relaxing property until 10 PM – including our playground, picnic area, fire pit, docks, and other amenities – for only $10 per day per person and pet.
Generally Yes. The tent must fit within your RV site and there is an additional $24 fee per night. We do allow tent set up in RV spaces 1-9 & 16-19. However the “Deluxe” full hookup sites (10-15) are too small for additional tents and we ask that they not be set up there. Please recognize this is a small property, so we prefer that you rent an extra space in the tent area or adjacent RV space for your extra tent. Things will not seem so tightly cramped this way. Please do not put any structures in the common areas or outside your space. Also no tents or structures (including canopies) outside cabins or motel rooms. Thank you.
We have water and electricity, at all our RV sites and there are 6 sites that have sewer hook ups (Deluxe RV sites 10-15). Please note that we are on a septic system, recently installed and updated. To use the sewer hook up, please arrive empty, and do not use ANY sanitizer, enzymes or chemicals in your system. We will confirm this prior to opening the hook up. If this is an issue, there is a dump station at Seaquest State Park less than a mile down the road (they charge ~$8). There are also rest areas along highway I-5 that have free dumping stations. Also these deluxe sites cannot have extra tents in their site.
Yes. Although there is no specifically designated area for swimming, guests can swim off the docks, the boat ramp, or jump off your boat. All children 12 and under need adult supervision whenever on the docks or in the water. We do not have lifeguards, so swimming is at your own risk. Also the water is shallow, so no diving.
Yes, according to the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife, everyone age 15 and older needs a fishing license. You can find details of the sport fishing regulations and seasons at http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/regulations/
No, we don’t – you can buy them online from the Washington Dept of Fish & Wildlife or at Drew’s Grocery store in Toutle or Chuck’s Chevron, just up the road from us.
Silver Lake is one of the BEST Largemouth Bass fishing lakes in the state. Several tournaments are held on the lake ever year. The lake is open year round for fishing. And of course fishing is one of the best parts of spending time at Silver Lake Resort. Silver Lake also has Perch, Bluegill, Rainbow Trout, Catfish, Crappie, and Carp. For more deatails on when the fish are biting, check out the Silver Lake page from the Washington Dep of Fish & Wildlife.
Yes. If you NEED to stay in touch with work or family Verizon, US Cellular, and AT&T work here. Unfortunately Sprint & T-Mobile generally do not get reception in our location.
Yes, we do! It does not reach the whole property, but you should have reception on the peninsula and near the office area.
Unfortunately we do not. We do have a convenience store with packaged foods and frozen products. Each motel room and cabin has a kitchen. Additionally, there are several restaurants nearby and a pizza place that delivers.
All of our rooms have fans, but sorry not AC.
No, we don't have fire pits at each campsite. However, we do have communal fire pits available for all guests to use.
Yes, we offer group camping for large parties or events. Please contact us directly to inquire about availability and pricing.