Doe Bay Resort & Retreat
GPS GeoCoords: 48.642041, -122.780834
You are invited! Whether you are a first time visitor or one of our many guests who have been enjoying Doe Bay for 25 years, the new owners welcome you. Doe Bay Resort and Retreat is a unique alternative to your traditional destination resort. Situated on over thirty acres of magnificent waterfront property, Doe Bay offers a variety of accommodations in a rustic, down-to-earth environment.
The clothing optional Soaking Tubs, Sauna and the beach in Otter Cove are available to guests as well as day users.
Doe Bay is located on the south east edge of Orcas Island, approximately 40 minutes from the Orcas Island ferry terminal. From I-5 take exit 230, which is about 1 ½ hours north of Seattle and ½ hour south of Bellingham. Head west on highway 20 to Anacortes and then follow the signs to the San Juan ferry terminal. Catch a ferry to Orcas Island - be sure to give yourself plenty of time as lines in the summer and on weekends can be long. Follow everyone off the ferry to the left and you will be on 'Horseshoe Highway'. Go about 10 miles, turn right to go through the town of Eastsound, go along crescent beach, take a right at the T. About 7 more miles gets you to Moran State park, drive slowly through the park, 3 more miles or so and you will see the Olga Café, turn left to stay on the main road, 3 more miles and you'll see the big Doe Bay sign with two deer on it.
Tel (360) 376-2291
Clothing Optional Hot Tub
107 Doe Bay Rd
Doe Bay View
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