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we spend a lot of time hiking the basalt breaks and coulees around Soap Lake. The Lake itself it pretty neat. The wate ris very shallow but clear. You can walk a long ways out and not get over your knees
Soap lake has high mineral content. The mud was once used to make soap (hence the name.) The beaches are filled with beach goers. There is also some human-powered watercraft. The water has an interesting feel to it and a good rinse off can be...More
The city of soap lake was on our must visit list when we visited Eastern Washington in August due to the recommendations on the official guide. In the book, it’s says the lake is often called Washington ‘s health resorts, it also says the mineral...More
Just found this spot on my Rand McNally map during my western road trip . Made a one hour stop for a good hike —- managed to play in the mud just a little— actually seems like a fun weekend spa activity for just relaxing
So I waded. It was a Wednesday afternoon but I was shocked more people weren't out and about. I didn't really smell anything. The water was a great temp too. Really pretty drive along the Couley HWY up to Cooley city with lots of things...More
That is the new motto for the City of Soap Lake. Originally gained popularity as a Sanitarium and place to cure Burgher's Disease after WWI, the city of Soap Lake has had its ups and downs. People who rate this lake poorly because of the...More
Well, yet another of my semi reluctant visits to the favourite place for the males in our family to fish Lake Lenore. I have never quite understood their attraction to Soap Lake, not being a fisherman myself. The drive eastward over the mountains is long...More
We went for a soak in Soap lake and basically had the place to ourselves. It is extremely alkaline so you float with very little effort. It was very nice to just lay back and take a soak in the cool but not cold water....More
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There are a number of motels along the shoreline with easy access to the lovely waters of Soap Lake. There are rv camp grounds (at least two I can think of) and the motels are withing walking distance of downtown shopping... More
There are a number of motels along the shoreline with easy access to the lovely waters of Soap Lake. There are rv camp grounds (at least two I can think of) and the motels are withing walking distance of downtown shopping as well.
Come to Soap Lake, you'll enjoy it.