3500 square feet home on 3 levels with sleeping for 15 with 2 king beds, 3 queen beds, 3 twin beds and a pull out queen sofa. Kitchen with all the amenities you will need and a table and seating for all your guests. A game room, and family room with large selection of DVD's and tapes to choose from will entertain those evening hours or choose one of the several games to play as a family. Choose to drink your morning coffee on the deck overlooking the lake and listen to the loons, see bald eagles and if you are really lucky....you might see our resident moose with her new babies (she had twins last year)...please keep your distance from her and her babies though as she is a protective mother!
If ...and that is a big if ...you get tired of the lake and would like to venture out, then we have Phillipsburg and Anaconda to do some exploring!
Anaconda is about 45 minutes away and some must do's are:
Visit the Washoe Theater if want to take in a movie--it was the last theater constructed in the US in the Nuevo Deco Style. It was designed in 1930 by a Seattle architect B. Marcus Priteca.
Old Works Golf course if you like to golf...or just like beautiful scenery! The Old Works golf course has been reborn on the site of Anaconda's historic century old copper smelter. The first course ever built on a Federal EPA Superfund site. Designed by Nicklaus and incorporating many historic relics in the design. With it's affordability, condition of course and friendly service. It is quickly building a reputation as one of the premiere, daily fee golf experiences in the Northwest.
Go just a while past Anaconda and visit the Fairmont Hot springs pools with 2 large pools with temps of 88-94 degrees; 2 hot pools ...indoor and outdoor with temps of 100-104 degrees. For kids of any age there is the waterslide--a 350 foot 5 story waterslide--maximum fun (additional charge for waterslide)
Between Anaconda and Phillipsburg is Discovery ski area --during the summer they have opened a bike park and during the winter there is something for everyone from the bunny hill to the mother lode of black diamonds!
Phillipsburg is about 10 miles away and is a fun day trip that offers a ghost town, shopping, local flare in restaurants--try the new bar b que 'Up in Smoke' The Sweet Palace is a must see--they ship candy all over the world. There is a summer theatre Thursday thru Sunday. ice skating in the winter and mining for sapphires.
The Mine 'Gem Mountain' is about an hour away but well worth the drive. Where you can buy your own bucket of dirt and Pan like the miners of old.