North Park Lodge

Address: 659 North Wenas, Selah, Washington, 98942, United States | 3 star lodge
 
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This 3 star lodge, located on 659 North Wenas, Selah, is near Yakima Valley Museum, Blackwood Canyon, Kiona Vineyards, and The Tasting Room.
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      Travel Blogs from Selah

      Hello America

      A travel blog entry by mkasarda on Aug 20, 2014

      1 photo

      ... even with the warmest going. I finally stopped and put on a shirt and my wet riding gloves, that's all that was needed. That was when I discovered my tracks wasn't running. I swear I started it before I went to breakfast. Route 5a was one of the better rides of the trip. It took me through a little valley that had this stream running through it. Every bump caused a little lake to form, or little marsh, with this six foot wide ...

      Getting Ready

      A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jun 25, 2014

      ... year without a dog or Dennis. But replacing them are Gayle (Ann and Lea's sister) and Norma, their mom. (I won't venture to say who is taking which replacement spot!)

      The plan is to leave Friday after work, drive as far as Pendleton, then Sa*********** to Burley, where Dave and Ann will be dropped off with their bikes to spend the night in a motel, while Lea, ...

      The Dreaded Goatheads

      A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Apr 09, 2014

      10 photos

      ... to be a rocky dike, not paved and not pleasant riding. The surface was gravel and rock so rather than being able to enjoy what scenery there was we had to keep our eyes on the path to avoid the large rocks and patches of loose gravel. Note to self: this ride is a lot of work and not very scenic, no need to repeat it. We did pedal along stretches of the river that were nice but the other side ...

      Dam Fire!

      A travel blog entry by loviesquared on Sep 09, 2012

      35 photos

      ... wildfires across the state. Following the advice of our good friend and dam connoisseur, Mark Cook, we stopped at the visitor center and learned more about the building of the dam across the Columbia and the other earthen dams on the Grand Coulee to create Banks Lake. The dam on the river is a mile across and one of the largest concrete structures in the world. We were too late for one of the tours but can imagine joining Mark on one of ...

      Kharma

      A travel blog entry by normon66 on Jul 16, 2011

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... the farm was a necessary and wonderful rest. I cannot tell you how good it felt to close my red, throbbing, burning, bulging eye that first night. Good food, lots of sleep, old family, extended family, music, sunsets. The SUNSETS! They last for HOURS!!! A small system was going through at the same time I was, and both nights there, I was blessed with amazing sunsets that really did seem to last for hours, the western sky engulfed ...