About the Lodge

Experience a taste of history, the beauty of untouched nature and just enough modern conveniences to ensure a truly memorable vacation or event! The Lodge at Cedar Springs is a ‘working farm’ that truly has it all—gorgeous gardens, serene spaces and a variety of rooms with extraordinary views of Day Creek and the Cascade foothills. Stroll to the picture-perfect creek for a swim or some fishing. Marvel at the area’s wildlife as you explore trails on 50-acres of secluded property and adjoining Forest Service land.

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Perfect for family vacations, weddings, retreats and other events—away from the hustle and bustle of modern life—The Farm at Cedar Springs boasts accommodations for 10 to 20 guests, a fully equipped gourmet kitchen, inviting furniture, beautiful wood decor, vaulted ceilings and rustic charm to spare.  So, come gather, spread out and relax together in this historic destination you won’t soon forget.

Lodge at Cedar Springs Booking Availability

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Letters from the Lodge

The Return of the Salmon

The return of different species of salmon every fall to their home streams is a miraculous event to witness.  After spending up to 5 years at sea, salmon travel back to their freshwater stream where they were hatched to spawn, die and then begin the process again with...

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Local Attractions

Many guests that come to the lodge at Cedar Springs like to know where to go for a short scenic drive. The south Skagit highway is a long-winding, shady road that follows the Skagit River and then crosses over to the little town of Concrete. If you continue to go east...

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Why We Love Aquaponics

What is this wonderfully addictive gardening technique that we have been doing at the farm for the past 2 growing seasons? Aquaponics is the cultivation of plants and fish together in a symbiotic relationship that utilizes fish waste for plant nutrients. All plants...

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