|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
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Snowater Condo #41 - A spacious condo with private sauna and soaker tub! Now with Wi-Fi and Video Streaming!
This spacious, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, ground floor condo is a secluded family getaway! Features include a master bedroom with 1-king bed and private walk-out balcony, a full bath with a soaker tub, a shower and sauna room, one bedroom with 1-queen bed, another bedroom with 2-sets of bunk beds, another full bath, a fully equipped galley style kitchen, a large dining area, a spacious living area with a wood fireplace and a walk-out porch with peek-a-boo river views. All this, plus great Snowater amenities, at a great price! This vacation property will sleep up to 8-persons (ENFORCED Maximum Occupancy).
PLEASE NOTE: WiFi service is now available to our area, and provided FREE OF CHARGE for Guest use. Having said this, the service is currently subject to failure, as the service provider is in the process of dialing everything in. Intermittent service failures are a circumstance that is beyond our control, and no sleeping accommodation refunds are provided if the FREE WiFi SERVICE fails to function properly.
Snowater is positioned on 20 acres of magnificent forest on the banks of the Nooksack River which runs on 3 sides of the property. At an elevation of 1000 feet, Snowater is accessible year round. Amenities include two full recreational buildings with two heated swimming pools, hot tubs, a sauna, four tennis courts, basketball, squash/racquetball courts and an adult fitness center. There is a lounge area with free wifi, a pool table, ping pong table and a separate toddler play room. The grounds have bbq/picnic areas as well as a children’s play structure and trails along the river. Snowater is located at the edge of the Snoqualmie National Forest, close to the Mt. Baker Ski Area and spectacular old growth forests, an area rich in history and outdoor opportunities.