Eagle's Landing RV Resort
-- Cusick, WA --
Welcome to Eagle's Landing, Northeastern Washington's premiere RV resort and marina on the west shore of Pend Oreille River. Thanks for dropping by.
The Inland Northwest has a lot to offer. Blessed with imposing mountains, abundant waterways, and rich forests, it's a four-season outdoor paradise.
While dotted with some of the finest campgrounds in the country, the Inland Northwest has few options for contemporary, multi-activity RV camping. So, we started Eagle's Landing RV Resort.
Located just an hour north of Spokane and accessible from Highways 2 and 90, Eagle's Landing sits far enough to make it feel like the real getaway that it is yet close enough to the hustle-bustle world to make that getaway convenient.
Come stay and you'll understand why we chose Cusick, Washington. Located along the west flank of the Selkirk Loop—the West's best scenic drive according to Sunset magazine—Eagle's Landing has convenient access to some of the country's best hiking, OHV and horseback riding, skiing, snowshoeing, and even snowmobiling. Or is it water that floats your boat? The Pend Oreille has 55 navigable miles of it.
All reservations enjoy use of the 5,500-square-foot clubhouse and its views of the Pend Oreille River Valley and Selkirk Mountains. The upper level features a large reception area, fireplace, full kitchen, and restrooms. The lower level houses bathrooms, showers, and additional guest services.
Eagle's Landing has its grand opening gala in Fall 2020. However, we're up and running right now with great pre-season promotions. So, book now and get away from it all!
PEND OREILLE RIVER
The Columbia may be the Grand Dame of Northwest rivers but it wouldn't be if not for the Pend Oreille, its second-largest tributary. Some 130 miles long, it snakes through British Columbia, Idaho, and Washington, making it a centerpiece of Eagle's Landing.
EXPLORE THE AREA
Crisscrossed by a lattice of forest roads--some maintained, all rad--the countryside around Eagle's Landing is rich for exploring. So bring a pair of comfy kicks...and a sense of adventure.
A WINTER WONDERLAND
Epic snow conditions give the area around the 49th parallel some of the best and broadest winter activities this side of the border. Whether on snow skis, snowboard, snowmobile, or even snowshoes, you're bound to find your nirvana in this part of the Northwest.
What good is 55 miles of navigable river without a means to access it? Our marina boasts 40 10x30 slips, each with the full amenities of our terrestrial spaces. We even offer discounts for space/slip combinations.