Dutch Lake Resort & RV Park
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsDutch Lake Resort & RV Park Clearwater
Wunderschön am Dutchlake gelegen, bei fast 30 Grad einfach traumhaft.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Dutch Lake Resort & RV Park Clearwater
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Last night we went for a meal in town and were recommended to go to Dutch Lake today to see the terrapins and go for a swim. Luckily when we woke up it was a sunny day and so off to the lake we went, via the supermarket so we could buy a picnic. The lake was another beautiful watery place to chill. It was only small by Canadian standards but never …
... Heather recommended a local restaurant. Luckily she managed to get us a reservation and so off we went to 'Helmcken Falls Lodge' for dinner. For some strange reason there seems to be lots of Germans in this area and this was true in the restaurant too. We were served by a man from London who had been in Canada for 11 years but still had an accent. We were tired so just had our meal and ...
... and picnicked there. 30 degrees, sunshine and unbelievably quiet area you can reach only on boats. After a refreshing swim we drove towards Whistler through landscape that varies from mountains with lakes to sand dry canyons which we would not expect in ...
... thousand miles of prep work, he’s ready to ride.
Our journey begins this morning at a Starbucks, a block off of I-5 in Lynnwood, Washington, just north of Seattle. In addition to providing caffeinated stimulants for the Milennial Generation, Starbucks is the rendezvous point on our way north from the Puget Sound area. I’m coming from Snohomish. Randy arrives from Poulsbo, a ...
... br> The slopes are forested with conifers, relieved occasionally by groves of Aspen. Up ahead someone is standing at the side of the road, camera trained on the hillside. A small herd of ELK are grazing peacefully, oblivious to the intent scrutiny aimed at them.
Birding is becoming tougher now, we often stop and don't see anything. Not sure why that is. Maybe our enthusiasm is waning a bit as well as our ...