Nestled beneath majestic basalt cliffs and rim rock slopes at the southern end of the lower Grand Coulee in Eastern Washington is a tiny inland sea noted for its mineral rich water and creamy black mud.
At the turn of the last century, Soap Lake was one of the most well known mineral spas in the country. Before the development of sulfa drugs and penicillin, Soap Lake and spas at Saratoga Springs, New York, White Sulfur, West Virginia and Hot Springs, Arkansas were Meccas for the treatment of disease, illness and injury.
Soap Lake is, and has always been, a destination for those who wanted a peaceful place to escape, away from the crowds, the traffic and the hurry-up. A place that doesn’t cost a fortune, where you can get a massage and a good meal, relax in the sun, sit on the beach or visit with friends and family.
Some day, Soap Lake will be discovered by the rich and famous. They’ll build a fabulous resort and take advantage of this absolutely one-of-a-kind mineral lake. They’ll hear about Soap Lake and its remarkable history. They’ll swim in the water and lay in the sun and know they have found a place that nourishes their soul as well as their bodies. They’ll be drawn back year-after-year until they decide to stay for the rest of their lives.
If you aren't rich or famous, visit soon, before the price goes up. If you are rich and famous, we've been waiting for you.