Stay Tuned for an Update on Ross Lake Resort Summer Operations
Updated: May 29
Recognizing COVID-19 has the world in a rapidly changing state, we are busy working on contingency plans and procedures in hopes to open our doors to visitors and guests soon!
We recognize that these uncertain times of COVID-19 have resulted in health and financial concerns for many and we sincerely hope that this update finds you well.
We wanted to provide an update on the status of Ross Lake Resort as we look towards the summer. Currently, North Cascades National Park remains closed. We are in close contact with our colleagues at the National Park Service and we are actively working on contingency plans for our summer operations.
The decisions about the Resort operations will be made in conjunction with our Park Service colleagues and will be driven by guidance from Federal and State agencies, including Washington Governor Inslee’s plan for a phased approach to reopening that was announced on April 1st. We plan to have an update on our plans for June Resort operations by May 15th.
The Resort has a special history and operating the Resort is more than just a business to us. We take seriously our responsibility of maintaining the legacy of the Resort and supporting access to the National Park for new and returning visitors alike. Importantly, we know that Ross Lake is treasured by many of you and in these challenging times people are particularly interested in visiting the tranquility and beauty of Ross Lake and the National Park. We are therefore sincerely appreciative of your patience. With time, we will have greater clarity on what our operations will look like in 2020 and will remain flexible to adapt our plans as the virus restrictions evolve.
As the calendar has turned to May we are surrounded by the sights and sounds of spring – our daylight increases, the birds sing, the flowers bloom, and around the Resort the deer, bear and other animals have reemerged. All are a reminder that better times are ahead. We look forward to sharing good times with you in the future.
Owner, President and Chief Fishing Officer
Ross Lake Resort