With panoramic views of the lake and mountains, and a large cozy fireplace, the Silver Lake Day Lodge is a picturesque setting for weddings, reunions, retreats, business seminars, or just gathering friends together. The maximum capacity for this venue is 97 people. Learn more about Silver Lake Park.
Except May 28, 2022 - September 30, 2022: 6pm-11pm
Daily Rental Rates
Whatcom County Residents: $195
Non-Refundable Reservation Fee: $13
Optional Add-On Fees
Alcohol Use Fee: $60
Waste Removal Fee: $20
9006 Silver Lake Road
Maple Falls, WA 98266
From I-5 (North or South)
Take I-5 Exit 255
Turn east onto Sunset Drive, toward Mount Baker (right turn for northbound, left for southbound)
Sunset Drive becomes Mount Baker Highway (WA-542 E)
Follow 542 E toward Maple Falls for 28 miles
Turn left onto Silver Lake Road and travel 3.5 miles to Silver Lake Park
Turn right into Silver Lake Park and follow the signs to the Day Lodge
Free public parking (shared with day use park visitors) is available near the Day Lodge
Can I bring my dog(s)?
Dogs are welcome at Silver Lake Park but must be kept on a leash at all times, even when in the water. Dogs are not allowed inside the Day Lodge facility. Dogs are not allowed on the beach at any time. You are responsible for cleaning up after your dog.
Can I decorate the facility?
All sites must be left in a "leave no trace" state. Users can use decorations, confetti, etc., but everything needs to be picked up before you leave.
Do I still need a "Liquor License" if I've paid the $60 Alcohol Use Fee to Whatcom County Parks?
The Alcohol Use Fee charged by Whatcom County Parks is not a liquor license. To find out if you need a State of Washington Banquet Permit please check here. It is your responsibility to research and follow all laws pertaining to alcohol use at your event.
Customers are required to leave the facility in the same condition as when they arrived. Garbage and recycling must be removed from the premises (must be taken from the park) unless the customer has paid the optional waste disposal fee.
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