You Can Plan A BFF Getaway To San Juan Islands For The Best Road Trip From Seattle
Girls trip! ⛴️
Road trip! Grab your best pal and get in the car because you're going to want to head up to Lakedale Resort on the San Juan Islands. There is nothing more quintessentially Pacific Northwest than these isles. So if you're looking for a perfect Washington style getaway, this is it.
The San Juans are comprised of about six islands, but Friday Harbor is aspot, especially if you are looking to stay for a couple of days.
Whether you and your best girlfriend are looking to stay in a yurt or glamp in a canvas cottage, this resort will accommodate anything.
Lakedale Resort is the perfect road trip accessible by ferry from Anacortes, Washington, or for the adventure seekers out there, a small seaplane from Seattle.
The property is 82 acres, and the lodging alone is enough to make you want to visit.
You can stay in a luxury yurt, glamp in a canvas cottage, stay in a renovated RV, a wood cabin, or if you're looking to "rough" it, there are camping options as well.
Rates range from $62 a night to $375, depending on what kind ofyou get.
If you're looking for land activities, you can find games on the property like giant chess, bocce ball, horseshoes, or volleyball. Wildlife is abundant so you can get up early to bird watch.
And if you're a water baby, you're in luck. With 40 acres of lake access, you can swim, fish, or try your hand at stand-up paddleboarding.
from the resort to explore Friday Harbor, arguably one of the most stunning places in the state!
It won't disappoint you. It's a true Washington gem so mark your calendars and get outdoors.
Price: Varies On Type Of Accommodation
Address: 4313 Roche Harbor Rd., Friday Harbor, WA
Why You Need To Go: Friday Harbor in the San Juan Islands is a beautiful getaway with super fun lodging at Lakedale Resort. You can glamp, stay in a yurt or go camping!
We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.