Fishing Rule Change
Season extended and catch limits removed on Park and Blue Lake
ATTENTION ANGLERS: We have been notified by the Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife that Park Lake and Blue Lake will be rehabilitated. As a result, there will be NO LIMIT on the number or size of fish caught. Additionally, Park Lake's fishing season will be extended to Oct. 28, Blue Lake until Oct. 21.
For more information see the WDFW Rule Change: https://fortress.wa.gov/dfw/erules/efishrules/erule.jsp?id=1859 or call our office at 509-632-5291.
Please obeserve these safe and sane fire guidelines
The Department of Natural Resources has eased burning restrictions across the state of Washington due to the continued cooler fall weather. East of the Cascades this allows for campfires in campfire pits in designated campgrounds. Please follow these guidelines to provide for a safe and enjoyable experience for you and all of the guests at Sun Lakes:
• Use an approved or provided fire pit only; don’t create a new one.
• Keep the campfire small.
• Keep plenty of water and a shovel nearby.
• Never leave the campfire unattended.
• To extinguish a campfire: drown with water, mix ashes, scrape partially-burned sticks and logs, and alternate drowning and mixing until cold. A campfire too hot to touch, is too hot to leave.
For more information see the DNR news release: http://www.dnr.wa.gov/news/dnr-lifting-burn-ban-west-cascades-east-cascades-burn-ban-will-allow-campfires or call 1-800-323-BURN.
New 2017 Rates
2017 Rates are now posted
Now is the time to start making your reservations! Our new 2017 rates have been posted - check out our affordable accommodation options ranging from our Lakeview Cabins to our RV Plateau Sites. There is truly an option for everyone!
Now open year-round
Lakeview cabins and select mobile homes will remain open year-round
Effective immediately all Lakeview Cabins and select Mobile Homes will remain open and available for renting for year-round.
Click here or call us at 509-632-5291 for more info or to make a reservation.
Discover Pass Info
No Discover Pass Needed!
We've had questions about the State Park's Discover Pass, which is required to use any State Park in Washington.
Although Sun Lakes is located within a State Park, we are a family-owned private resort and you do NOT need a Discover Pass to stay with us, or to visit the resort for day-use as long as you stay within our facilities. Our overnight guests are given a car tag that also allows you to travel to other areas within the State Park.