Lake Cushman Resort
4621 N Lake Cushman Road
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 81
Tents Allowed: Yes
About: Lake Cushman, covering 4,000 acres and 23 miles of shoreline, is tranquil & rejuvenating. From fishing for Landlocked Salmon, Kokanee, Rainbow & Cutthroat trout, to sailing, scuba diving, water skiing, tubing & swimming, Lake Cushman offers something for everyone. We offer seasonal boat rentals and per diem moorage too. Wild life viewing, nature trails, hiking & golf & nearby!
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From Seattle: South on I-5 to Olympia to Exit #104. Follow 6 miles, veering North on US HWY 101 toward Port Angeles. Continue on HWY 101 through Shelton into Hoodsport. Make a left at the Model T Pub onto State HWY 119 (Lake Cushman Road). Pass the Visitor's Center & Probuild, driving 4.6 miles up the hill to Lake Cushman Resort.
If you are taking the Ferry to Bremerton, Drive 45 miles via HWYS 3 (South), 106 (West), and 101 (North) into Hoodsport, turning left onto HWY 119 at the Model T Pub.
From Tacoma: Same as above or take the Narrow's Bridge for a 68 mile drive to Lake Cushman Resort via HWY 16 (West), 3 (South), 106 (West), & 101 (North) to Hoodsport and then up the hill on HWY 119 to Lake Cushman Resort.
From Bremerton: Take HWY 3 (South) thru Belfair, turn right at the light at the end of town onto HWY 106 (West) through Union and the Skokomish Reservation. Turn Right heading North on US HWY 101 into Hoodsport and then left up to Lake Cushman Resort on State HWY 119.
From Portland: North on I-5, Take Exit #104 in Olympia Follow 6 miles, veering North on US Hwy 101 toward Port Angeles. Continue on Hwy 101 through Shelton into Hoodsport. Make a left at the Model T Pub onto State Hwy 119 (Lake Cushman Rd.). Pass the Visitor Center and Probuild, driving 4.6 miles miles up the hill to Lake Cushman Resort.
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