Nestled in the North Cascade Mountains, near the border between the United States and Canada, a serene lake rests in the shadow of snow-capped Mt. Baker. Bald eagles often soar overhead. It is not unusual for an evening grosbeak, sitting on a twig, to observe a lone fisherman in his canoe, as he glides silently across the Lake.
Lake Tyee is among the largest recreational communities in Washington State. A 55 acre lake is surrounded by 520 acres of woodland. Intermingled among the trees are 886 camping lots, where people enjoy campfires, games, hiking, fishing, and a variety of social activities. Members own the title deed to their own lot, allowing them to use the park facilities for up to 210 days during the year. The park is a recreational community and does not offer permanent residence. It is open year round for both summer and winter recreation. Here, people respect and live in harmony with nature.