Smokiam RV Resort is located in Soap Lake in Eastern Washington state. Surrounded by natural beauty and enjoying 300 days of sunshine a year, Smokiam RV Resort is also centrally located to wonderful attractions and activities. Check out all there is to do in the area below!
Located 10 miles away up Hwy 2 at the top end of Billy Clap Lake. These man-made falls are a local secret treasure. The falls only flow during the spring, summer, and fall months.
Blue Lake Rhinoceros Cave
Located 7 miles away, the Blue Lake Rhino Cave is not named after a Rhinoceros, it is one! One of the basalts flows in the Grand Coulee, the Columbia River Basalt, covered a rhinoceros, and now contains a small cave in the former shape of the animal.
Located 15 miles away at Banks Lake. As the name suggests, Dry Falls no longer carries water but is the remnant of what was once the largest waterfall known to have existed on earth.
Got fish? Banks Lake is home to some of the best fishing in the state of Washington-- bass, wallies, trout, perch, catfish, sunfish, carp, burbot, and lake whitefish can all be found here!
Located 45 miles away around Banks Lake, Steamboat Rock is a long-established area landmark, first used by nomadic Native American tribes and then by early settlers.
Lake Lenore Caves
While only a 1.5-mile trail, you could spend all day exploring the many caves here. The best ones require moderate climbing to access. In the summer months, do be cautious for rattlesnakes.