8 Kid-Friendly Resorts In Washington - Updated 2021

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Washington is certainly a must-visit state in America. It’s home to many incredible parks, historic landmarks, and bustling cities. Go the outdoorsy route and explore the San Juan Islands, Mount Rainier National Park, and Olympic National Park. Besides DC, Tacoma, Olympia, and Seattle are other must-visit cities in the state. While traveling with family is always great, it’s not that fun when you stay in a hotel that does not cater to guests of all ages. So before booking your hotel, make sure if it’s at least family-friendly or check recent reviews. For your convenience, we’ve rounded up the best kid-friendly resorts in Washington, USA.

1. Suncadia Resort (from USD 223)

Suncadia Resort may look rustic and rugged but it still offers child-friendly facilities. Imagine a children’s playground that’s well adapted to the wonderful landscapes of the resort’s natural setting, surrounded by plants and a river. Kids will enjoy the vast lawn of the resort, allowing them to run and play with other kids or their family members. There’s also a waterpark where they can enjoy a wide variety of sports activities and at night, they can rest and relax in the comfy rooms, some with a seating area where they can watch cartoon shows from the cable TV or through the available DVD player.


The Lodge at Suncadia Resort

Address: 3600 Suncadia Trail, Cle Elum, Cle Elum (WA), United States, 98922

2. Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort (from USD 195)

Let your kids enjoy the outdoor or indoor pool, or perhaps play some puzzles in the Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort. The place is family-friendly, with facilities exclusive to adults such as a bar, fitness center, as well as a business center. For kids, the resort has a variety of treats such as playrooms, a kid-friendly buffet, and WiFi all throughout the property, allowing them to watch their favorite nursery rhymes any time. There is a 24-hour front desk and the property is located in a secure environment, so there’s less to worry about your kids’ safety while inside the premises. While letting your kids enjoy everything that the resort has to offer, make sure to let them see the garden and appreciate the surrounding nature.


Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort

Address: 7375 Icicle Rd

Heating Special diet menus (on request) All plates, cutlery, glasses and other tableware have been sanitized Library Contactless check-in/check-out Laundry Vending machine (drinks) Fax/photocopying

3. Icicle Village Resort (from USD 152)

For your winter holiday, spend some of your best days at the Icicle Village Resort. It features both an outdoor and indoor pool with a variety of activities to try such as skiing, hiking, cycling and many more. It’s also a good idea to bring kids over because they have a playground featuring kids equipment suitable for outdoor activities, a kids’ swimming pool, and even a kids’ meal available. Children’s television networks are also present, as well as board games and puzzles. So, whether you prefer to break be active outdoors, or perhaps enjoy mental games indoors, there’s always something for the whole family to enjoy at the Icicle Village Resort!


Icicle Village Resort

Address: 505 Highway 2

Private parking Fax/photocopying Gift shop Cashless payment available Physical distancing rules followed Restaurant Linens, towels and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines Children's playground

4. Sun Mountain Lodge (from USD 210)

The Sun Mountain Lodge is a perfect place to ski and enjoy other mountain-related activities such as hiking, biking, horse riding, and even canoeing. For the little guests, the lodge provides a children’s playground as well as outdoor play equipment where they can play along with the other kids. Sun Mountain is a family-friendly accommodation in Winthrop, which has a private beach area and free private parking. Recent guests particularly loved the location, with an on-site restaurant where kids can also be served with a kids’ meal. After a day of skiing and playing, relax in one of their air-conditioned rooms or spend more relaxing time at their spa.


Sun Mountain Lodge

Address: 604 Patterson Lake Road

Shops (on site) Daily housekeeping Packed lunches Facilities for disabled guests Terrace Cycling Non-smoking throughout Guest accommodation is disinfected between stays

5. Sandpiper Beach Resort

Boasting ocean views, rooms with fireplace and a full kitchen on selected suites, Sandpiper Beach Resort is one of the best value hotels in the Pacific. For guests with kids, there is a children’s playground as well as the availability of books, DVDs, and music for children. For the whole family, enjoy barbecue facilities, picnic tables, and other activities such as horse riding, cycling, and fishing. And because the property is located by the beach, simply walking along the shore will prove to be fun to kids as well so let them enjoy the surroundings before heading back to the rooms with free WiFi and ensuite bathrooms.


Sandpiper Beach Resort

Address: 4159 State Route 109

6. Semiahmoo Resort and Spa (from USD 209)

Semiahmoo Resort and Spa is one of the best-rated accommodations in Blaine, located just adjacent to Semiahmoo Park. Restaurants at the beachfront, beach fires, fine dining, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a room with a view – you get the picture? The place is a postcard-worthy accommodation that’s perfect for honeymoons and other special events. The icing on top is that the whole property is kid-friendly, serving kids’ meals and a kids buffet plus offering a kids club. Such is an amazing touch especially for guests looking to travel together and spend quality time with the whole family.


Semiahmoo Resort and Spa

Address: 9565 Semiahmoo Parkway

Air conditioning Snack bar Contactless check-in/check-out Barber/beauty shop Fitness centre Swimming pool Tennis court Gift shop

7. Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound (from USD 149)

Perfect for guests with kids, the Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound features an indoor water park with a kiddie pool and water slides and a dozen more water activities available. While the lodge has also been fitted to cater to the needs of adults, kids will be even more entertained by the availability of a kids club and a kids spa. There’s storytime, character appearances, and even treasure hunting activities! For dining, kids can also enjoy kid-friendly meals and even a kid-friendly buffet. There’s always something to do here, so it’s one of the most ideal places to spend your children’s holidays while making time for yourself to rest and relax.


Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound

Address: 20500 Old Highway 99, SW

8. Lakedale Resort at Three Lakes

Treat your kids to a wonderful holiday by the lakes in this resort offering some of the best views in the country. The property is only accessible by ferry or floatplane so expect to have one of the most unique experiences and views. While there is no internet access, it’s an opportunity to spend quality time with the whole family in one of their log cabin style rooms, or in the outdoor playground. Go fishing, hiking, canoeing, or just simply enjoy the views by the lake. The place is the most ideal setting to teach your kids how to appreciate nature, away from technology.


Lakedale Resort at Three Lakes

Address: 4313 Roche Harbor Road

Enjoy a visit to Washington

Resorts with kid-friendly facilities and amenities are a gem to families traveling together. It allows for both the adults and children to enjoy their preferred activities without the former having to be on standby all the time. So the next time you think about traveling with the whole family, don’t hesitate to bring the kids for added fun. Just check with the accommodation first if they have kid-friendly facilities and you’re all set.

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