Suncadia Resort

Suncadia Resort

Sitting along the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains in Washington you will find the Suncadia Resort, a gem of a destination for a golf getaway.

A TRUE VACATION DESTINATION

Spread out across 6,400 acres, the resort offers two championship 18-hole golf courses, a variety of luxurious accommodation choices including guest rooms and vacation home rentals, a full-service spa, several great restaurants, and a ton of amazing outdoor activities including hiking, mountain biking, fly fishing, and horseback riding.    

The resort can easily welcome any size group at the Inn at Suncadia, the Lodge at Suncadia, or a selection of custom vacation rental homes. Rooms come fully equipped with things like gas fireplaces, plush bedding, private balconies, deep soaking tubs, mini refrigerators, Cable TV’s, and full baths.   

Dining at Suncadia will be a highlight with several great spots to choose from. After grabbing a pre-dinner drink at Fifty-6 Degree Lounge, settle in for an incredible meal at Portal’s Restaurant which features steamed clams, duck breast, king salmon, Alaskan scallops, and red-pepper basil linguine. Lighter fare can be found at the Gas Lamp Grille, Lunch Bucket, and the Backyard BBQ at Nelson Farm. The resort even has its own food truck known as the Kitchen and on-site winery.

STRIKE GOLD WITH DRIVER

Prospector Course: The par-72, 7,112-yard Arnold Palmer-designed Prospector Course is a true mountain course offering incredible views, rolling fairways, and quick greens. While the course can be enjoyed by players of all skill levels, the Prospector features several great risk-reward opportunities, strategic bunkering, and numerous water hazards that will challenge even the best of sticks. The course also offers a practice range, private instruction, junior golf, group instruction, and golf clinics.

Rope Rider: The par-72, 7,271-yard Jacobsen Hardy Golf-designed Rope Rider Course is named to honor the coal miners who worked this land and is routed along the historic Roslyn Mines and Tipple Hill. The course can be enjoyed with your golf buddies or family as each hole includes youth tees, as well as shorter 3- and 6-hole loops. Generous fairways and less prominent trouble make this course a treat for everyone.

Suncadia offers a Stay and Play package for Sunday-Thursday visits that includes accommodations and two rounds of golf.

Buddy Trip Cost

$2000-3000  

Travel (by car)

75 minutes from Seattle, 4 hours from Portland

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Entertainment

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Design

  • Prospector: Arnold Palmer (2005)
  • Rope Rider: Jacobsen Course Design (2011)

 

 

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