Sunrise Resorts Lake Sawyer
With an expanse of waterfront on Lake Sawyer and near the western slopes of Washington’s Cascade Mountains, Sunrise-Lake Sawyer is the ideal spot for vacationers looking for beautiful scenery and relaxation. Lake Sawyer is one of the area’s largest natural lakes and boasts some of the best bass fishing in the state. At Black Diamond, you will want to visit Nolte State Park in the Green River Gorge State Conservation Area and see the 8-inch eternal methane flame in the Flaming Geyser State Park. Plan to take the guided tour of the Black Diamond Historical Museum to see 19th century antique machinery, a Western jail, and mining memorabilia.
Amenities This resort offers a clubhouse, playground, 2 sports courts, lake, lake swimming, lake fishing, beach area, rowboat/canoe/paddle boat rental, laundry, 10 RV storage sites, and 24-hour security. Dump station.
Cabins & Park Models Cabins and Trailers, Sleep 4-6, $30, $50, $60, $100. Reservation Requirements: Check in: 3 PM, Check out: 11 AM. Minimum stay: 2 nights during summer, 3 on holidays. Reservations accepted no more than 60 days in advance. Notes: No pets allowed. Linens not provided.
More Info On the southeastern shores of Puget Sound, the bustling port city of Tacoma’s noted tourist attractions are: Fireman’s Park, with it’s 105-foot-high Indian totem pole (carved from a single cedar tree); the Italian Renaissance-style clock tower atop the Old City Hall; Pantages Theatre, a restored 1918 vaudeville theater and movie house that is now the home of modern-day performing arts presentations; the public fishing piers on Ruston Way and in Point Defiance Park; and numerous shopping districts and malls. For breathtaking scenery and hours of sightseeing, be sure to visit Seattle, located between Puget Sound and Lake Washington and surrounded by the Olympic and Cascade Mountains. You’ll want to stop at the 74-acre Seattle Center, built for the 1962 World’s Fair and noted today as the cultural heart of the city. Allow some time for the awesome panoramic view of Mount Rainier and the surrounding area from atop the Space Needle, the city’s most famous landmark. Other must-see attractions in Seattle are: the Pike Place Market, the oldest continuously operated farmer’s market in the country, selling everything imaginable from fresh local food to gifts; the Seattle Aquarium and Omnidome Film Experience along the Waterfront; the spectacular view of the harbor and an opportunity to try some fishing off the piers at Waterfront Park; the city’s oldest neighborhood in the 30-block restored Pioneer Square Historic District; and the Seattle Art Museum, whose collections are among some of the finest in the nation.
- Open year-round
- High-Use Seasonal Period: June 1 through september 15
- Sites: 73 Full / 30 Partial / 6 Tent Sites
- Check in: 11 AM Check out: Noon
- Maximum Electrical: 20-30 amps
- Maximum RV Length: 40 ft.