Where to Stay Overnight Near Mount Baker

Heading to Mount Baker? Here are your best bets for accommodations near the mountain! 

Snowater Resort ~ 30 minutes to Mount Baker

Snowater Resort is a condominium community near Glacier, Washington, 35 miles east of Interstate I-5 in Bellingham. Surrounded by forest and the glacier-fed Nooksack River, Snowater is just 30 minutes from the spectacular reaches of Mt. Baker.

Rent one of these condos to enjoy a relaxing mountain getaway with plenty of entertainment just outside your door. Snowater offers a range of recreation opportunities, including a heated swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, pickle ball courts, tennis courts, racquetball and squash courts, a children's play area, and a fitness center. 

Plus, you can explore the tranquil 20-acre property with walking paths. 

Luxury Getaways  ~ 30 minutes to Mount Baker (distance varies)

Luxury Getaways offers boutique accommodations in the heart of Mt. Baker Recreational Area. From rustic cabins to waterfront chalets, Luxury Getaways includes a variety of properties for the perfect mountain vacation any time of year. 

HELLO WINTER SPECIAL!! 

From November 30, 2022 - February 28, 2023, use code SKI23 to receive 50% off your 4th night at any luxury getaways location! *excludes holidays & special events, save up to $400. 


Mt. Baker Lodging

From modest to luxury getaways, Mt. Baker Lodging in Maple Falls is your source for private, self-catered, fully equipped cabins, cottages, condos, chalets and executive vacation rental home accommodations at the gateway to Mount Baker.  

Serene Mountain Escapes

Serene Mountain Escapes offers a small selection of clean, beautiful homes that are in easy reach of the Mt. Baker wilderness. Each home is fully stocked, and you can find stays that have indoor hot tubs, swimming pools, private hot tubs, wifi, and more. Pet-friendly lodging is available, too. 

Sundara West Bed & Breakfast ~ 1 hour to Mount Baker

This luxurious mini-resort in Everson is situated in the peaceful countryside has an indoor heated pool, hot tub with a view of Mt Baker, Farm to Table breakfast at your preferred time, luxurious amenities, grounds to explore, a porch and patio for relaxation, and a playground and fire pit. It's the perfect place for families with children and pets!

The Inn at Lynden ~ 1 hour and 15 minutes to Mount Baker

The Inn at Lynden is a historic hotel located in the 100 year-old Waples Mercantile Building. The building was resurrected from a devastating fire in 2008 and has been completely renovated. Guests of the Inn at Lynden are treated to any one of 35 entirely modern and comfortable rooms, in an authentic historic setting, surrounded by unique shopping and dining opportunities. Meeting room/free wifi/free parking.

Blue T Lodge  ~30 minutes to Mt. Baker 

Located near Glacier, Washington the Blue T Lodge offers 6 comfortable rooms that are perfect for a good night's sleep before and after a day on the mountain! Amenities include free WiFi, in-room coffee and tea, and TVs with DVD players. One room is ADA accessible, and pets are welcome - just make sure to ask in advance. For dinner, stop by Chair 9 Woodstone Pizza and Bar, located right next door.

Hotels & Resorts in Bellingham  ~1.5 hours to Mt. Baker 

Whether you prefer a luxurious waterfront resort, a mid-priced hotel, or economy lodging, our hotel partners can provide the perfect launchpad for your visit to Bellingham and Whatcom County. There are a ton of things to do in Bellingham. Whether you're looking to sample craft beer, shop at markets, relax at a spa, escape on a romantic getaway, play a round of golf, or venture out on a whale watching cruise, many of our partners offer activity packages. Just ask! Many also offer complimentary shuttles to and from Bellingham International Airport (BLI), along with special park and fly packages for travelers.  

Travel tip: If you're staying in Bellingham, choose a hotel on Bakerview Road. These hotels serve breakfast, are great for families, and you can drive east on Bakerview to meet up with the Mt Baker Highway - bypassing some in town Bellingham traffic.

Douglas Fir Campground

Located in the forest along the North Fork Nooksack River, this campground has vault toilets, water, abundant shade, and a day use picnic shelter. Guided river rafting and white water kayaking opportunities are available on the river, and the Horseshoe Bend trail is accessible from the campground. There are 30 sites, 18 of which are reservable. 

Silver Fir Campground 

Situated in the forest along the North Fork Nooksack River, most of the sites are tucked back form the highway and located close to the Nooksack River. The campground is open seasonally from May through September and offers 21 sites, 15 of which are reservable. There are also toilets and water. 

Salmon Ridge Sno-Park 

This area is open during the winter, with Sno-Park permits required from November 1 to April 30.

Fly straight into Bellingham...and bring your skis! 

Southwest Airlines lets you check snow ski equipment as your free bag. This includes skis, snowboards, ski boots, and ski poles. When checking ski equipment as your free bag, they allow you to count up to two bags (containing one set of snow skis, poles, and ski boots, for instance) as one item, even if they're packaged and tagged separately. 

Plus, the airline won't charge an excess size fee for snow ski equipment. However, excess weight charges may apply.

Yeager's Sporting Goods - Rent skis, poles, and helmets for adults and kids, as well as snowshoes and snowboards. 

REI - Rent winter gear including downhill and cross-country skis, snowshoes, snowboards, and backcountry snow equipment. Summer rentals include hiking, camping, paddling, and climbing equipment. 

Backcountry Essentials  - Rent skis, snowboards, camping, and climbing equipment overnight! There's also gear for kids. Book online, over the phone, or in-person at the shop.

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