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Bulletins

Read about the latest news & happenings around Beaver Valley Lodge.

Leavenworth Christmas Light Display on Until February!

Leavenworth Christmas Light Display on Until February! The world-famous Christmas Light Display in the Bavarian-themed downtown of Leavenworth is all lit up! The Christmas lights will be on every night from now until mid-February. Beaver Valley Lodge is 14 miles from Downtown Leavenworth and is a great option for those [...]

December 6th, 2018|

XC Ski & Snowshoe Program – Free Passes for Guests!

XC Ski & Snowshoe Program - Free Passes for Guests! Across the street from Beaver Valley Lodging are miles of cross-country ski and snowshoe trails operated by Plain Valley Nordic Trails. You can rent gear at Plain Hardware and guests of the Lodge get free day passes! [...]

March 23rd, 2018|

Explore Lake Wenatchee

Explore Lake Wenatchee Lake Wenatchee State Park is a treasure of the Plain/Leavenworth area. It offers camping, sandy beaches, protected swimming areas, boat docks and loading/unloading ramps, covered picnic areas, and even tube, paddleboard, and kayak equipment rentals in the summer. With 492 acres and 12,623 feet of [...]

February 19th, 2018|

Leavenworth, the Bavarian Village of Washington

Leavenworth, the Bavarian Village of Washington Leavenworth, WA, also known as the Bavarian Village of Washington State for it's themed architecture and alpine backdrop, is a worldwide travel destination all year round with local events and large festivals that pack the calendar and keep visitors coming back for [...]

February 19th, 2018|

Hikes in the Area

Hikes in the Area Beaver Valley Lodge is located in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains of Washington State and there are 100's of hiking trails within a short distance that cover an array of PNW environments.  Choose from following wild and scenic rivers along the valley floor, [...]

February 19th, 2018|

The Ohme Gardens Miracle Pine

The Ohme Gardens Miracle Pine In commemoration of the lone pine that survived from a forest of 70,000 that were destroyed in the 2011 tsunami in Japan, the Ohme Gardens Miracle Pine was made and erected by Watson Architectural Iron.

June 20th, 2014|