Full Service Hotel Year Built 1972 Year Remodeled 2003 Additional Property Description Enjoy over 300 days of sunshine and beautiful waterfront views of Moses Lake while staying at this full service Moses Lake, Washington hotel. Welcome to the BEST WESTERN PLUS Lake Front Hotel, where guests will find the superior customer service and accommodations they deserve. Located on the waterfront of the towns lake, this Moses Lake hotel is a full service, 100 percent non smoking property. Located in the heart of this central Washington town, the BEST WESTERN PLUS Lake Front Hotel also offers convenient access to local attractions such as the Larson Playfield, the Grant County Fairgrounds and the Potholes Reservoir. Each spacious, well appointed guest room comes complete with a refrigerator, cable satellite television with free HBO and high speed Internet access. The hotel also features spa suites for guests who prefer more luxurious accommodations. Enjoy dining at the hotels onsite family restaurant or take advantage of one of the hotels many amenities such as an outdoor heated swimming pool, spa, exercise facility, a full service business center and meeting banquet facilities. The hotel also features boat dock. Pets are welcome. Guests staying at the BEST WESTERN PLUS Lake Front Hotel will be minutes away from a variety of outdoor activities including water sports such as boating, skiing, fishing and swimming as well as hunting and golf. Just a short distance away, racing fans can visit the Ephrata Raceway Park or music lovers can go see a concert at the Gorge Amphitheatre. Guests can also take a tour of the Dry Falls or the Grand Coulee Dam. Moses Lake also hosts many sporting events and tournaments throughout the year drawing a variety of visitors. Make a reservation today and save at the BEST WESTERN
From the shores of Moses Lake, it's not unusual to see flocks of geese idling on the calm waters. But what might be striking is seeing a person flying 40 feet in the air propelled by a column of water. The team at Flyboard Funatix are the architects of such daredevilry, a process that starts by strapping the client's feet onto a special board. A 55-foot hose then connects it to a personal watercraft, which supplies the rider with enough pressurized water to send them rocketing into the air. Once in flight, riders can perform flips and spins or choose to jet through the water at up to 15–20 mph, officially making them a more able animal than the penguin.