Totem Trail Motel

Address: 57627 State Route 20, Rockport, Washington, 98283-9752, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located on 57627 State Route 20, Rockport, is near Washington Pass, Cascade Range, and Hidden Lake Peaks Trail.
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        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed

        Services

        • Kids activities or Babysitting
         

        TripAdvisor Reviews Totem Trail Motel Rockport

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
         

        Travel Blogs from Rockport

        Lush. Green. Rainforest.

        A travel blog entry by socs on Jul 10, 2015

        1 comment, 26 photos

        ... outside the National Park, to try and find some hikes to do with the dogs. Mt Baker was completely shrouded in clouds so we weren’t able to even peak at it. We found a boardwalk trail that took us a mile through the thick forest. We were protected from the rain by the towering trees, one was 680 years old. The trail was signed as an Audubon Society trail, but we didn’t see any birds. What we did see were loads of ...

        Lakes of the Skagit

        A travel blog entry by soppe on Sep 13, 2014

        12 photos

        ... Apparently this is becoming a trend in various ecosystems across the US. Others use fish ladders or elevators to assist the fish in their journey. I never did get a clear answer on the fishy situation on the Skagit, only that there are no salmon (only trout) north of the dams. And that the series of dams here provides a good portion of the electricity used in Seattle. ...

        I've seen fire and I've seen rain

        A travel blog entry by donmiller on Jul 19, 2014

        3 photos

        ... because my shortcuts aren't usually all that short. This one did give us the opportunity to drive through the Oso Landslide debris field again.
        Still a humbling sight. Then one last grocery store stop before heading into the wilderness and off we went. The good thing about this fallback campsite was that it was about 3 hours closer than our first choice on the other side of the mountains and the fires. We arrived in time to put up the tent in the day light ...

        The Cascades!

        A travel blog entry by farnie10 on Aug 21, 2013

        2 comments, 4 photos

        ... months of the year. Thankfully I was here in summer, which meant that the road was open (when there aren't rockslides) and so were the hiking trails.

        But before I left the Mt Baker forest I took the rangers advice and did a quick hike up to the assuredly beautiful, but unfortunately named, Goat Lake. With my typical level of planning I set off without checking the scale of the map. Surely I could quickly do this loop, ...

        Another Park

        A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Sep 21, 2012

        2 comments, 21 photos

        ... so close to town. We sat outside until Lynnie got chilled and then retired to the front room. We read awhile and Lynnie retired early. The second coach battery is working out well. The only problem I find is that using the inverter to charge the Mac just doesn’t work. I’ll have to investigate that. The furnace on the cool mornings has plenty of power now. We read with battery powered LED lights and that helps save a bit of current. ...