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First off, it takes more than 20 minutes to walk all of the trails that Cascade Park has to offer. You can easily walk several trails that would take 1-2 hours on a good day without inclement weather. There are a considerable amount of trails...More
Man- made waterfalls in a pretty setting, you can walk all the trails in about 20 minutes. No pond at top of waterfall; it's piped up there. There is a nice bench overlooking a field at the top. Pretty spot if you happen to be...More
If you just drive by, you may think you see it all from the road. Park, walk, go to the top of the waterfalls. Truly a a beautiful spot. Would be great to pack a picnic, read a book, and spend a few hours just...More
We had extra time so checked ou this park, it is small and you walk up a hill and around. It was being used for a party that day and there were quite a few people roaming about. It had a small manmade uphill stream....More
We had a family wedding here recently and it was a lovely venue for a small, intimate group. The gazebo was a lovely covered spot for the ceremony, and the fountain made a wonderful background for photos. Because this is a public park it was...More
My friends' grand children really love going here. They were thrilled that they were showing "Auntie" a special place. Really it's a lovely and peaceful park to see. Loved seeing those beautiful flowers too!
We have driven by this park a thousand times growing up in this area. Today visiting family we decided to be tourists. Very nice park to sit and enjoy the breeze and trees. Great place to grab lunch and then eat it there ... let...More
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Long weekend with a 4 years old - any ideas? (12 Replies)
We are looking to pamper ourselves in a nice resort, maximum 4-5 hours drive from Vancouver, Canada. Could be in BC or Washnigton state. We've been before to Seattle, Salt Spring Island, Victoria and Whistler. So, something else... We like to have nice attractions in the area for us and the kid, good restaurants, beautiful area with scenary of lakes, mountains etc. Any ideas? Though about the Cascades area (Leavenworth, Chelan lake, North Cascade park) - but I'm not too...More
June 17, 2008|
Sun Mountain Lodge, near Winthrop, WA
Itinerary for this summer (5 Replies)
How about starting in Portland OR then traveling the 140 miles to Mt. Rainier (Packwood) and from Mt. Rainier (Longmire) on to Olympia--Aberdeen and visiting the Park clockwise on to Port Angeles.From there taking the shortest route well north of Seattle and so avoiding the heavy traffic and on into Cascade Park.Finally from there drive to visit Seattle and fly home. All this in 2 weeks. Any suggestions ? Thank you.
April 06, 2017|
Your plans look ok, just try to have time to stop and see the unexpected things that pop up on any road trip. You can take a ferry from Port Townsend to Whidbey Island and drive north to Hwy 20.
Possible itineraries starting in Bangor - (1 Replies)
Day 1 - Arrive in Bangor Day 2 - Bangor State Fair and Cascade Park Day 3 & 4 - Baxter State Park Day 5 & 6 - Wilson Lake and Grafton Notch State Park or Day 5 & 6 - Acadia and Bar Harbor attractions - It's been a long time but I have been to Acadia National Park Day 5 & 6 - Continue further north Day 7 - Leave from Bangor
May 31, 2017|
Looks like I was timed out when I was about to edit the original post. We are considering a Maine itinerary beginning on August 5. Day 1 - Arrive in Bangor Day 2 - Bangor State Fair and Cascade Park Day 3 & 4 - Baxter State Park Day 5 & 6 - Wilson Lake and Grafton Notch State Park or Day 5 & 6 - Acadia and Bar Harbor attractions - It's been a long time but I have been to Acadia National Park Day 5 & 6 - Continue further north Day 7 - Leave from...More