Doe Bay Resort and Retreat

Anacortes, Washington

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A rustic New Age retreat with clothing-optional soaking tubs overlooking a peaceful cove in Washington’s San Juan Islands. Two hot tubs contain mineral water that’s piped from a 300-foot- deep well, then heated to 105 to 110 degrees F. The adjacent cold-water pool is a bracing 52 degrees F. While the pools at Doe Bay aren’t filled with water that is naturally heated, the gorgeous views and soothing warmth of the pools make it easy to forget this fact.
Touring Hot Springs Washington and Oregon

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Touring Hot Springs Washington and Oregon

by Jeff Birkby (Falcon Guides)

A rustic New Age retreat with clothing-optional soaking tubs overlooking a peaceful cove in Washington’s San Juan Islands. Two hot tubs contain mineral water that’s piped from a 300-foot- deep well, then heated to 105 to 110 degrees F.

The adjacent cold-water pool is a bracing 52 degrees F. While the pools at Doe Bay aren’t filled with water that is naturally heated, the gorgeous views and soothing warmth of the pools make it easy to forget this fact.

© 2014 Jeff Birkby/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Scenic Drives
Nearby City: Anacortes
Season: Year-round; 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Features: Hot Springs
Local Contacts: Doe Bay Resort and Retreat, 107 Doe Bay Rd., Olga, WA 98279; (360) 376-2291; www.doebay.com -- Ferry schedules to and from Orcas Island, (888) 808-7977 or (206) 464-6400; www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries/
Local Maps: Washington State Highway Map
Driving Directions: Directions to Doe Bay Resort and Retreat

Recent Trail Reviews

9/23/2009
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A great place to stay for everyone. Although the soaking tubs are clothing optional the rest of the resort is not and this is a great place to stay. The staff was great and the scenery was even better. We found ourselves comparing every other place we stopped to Doe Bay and it was a great experience. I would recommend it to everyone.



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