Lake Cushman Subdivision
Lake Cushman Subdivision

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Lake Cushman Subdivision

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Buy A Mobile Home in a Lake Cushman Subdivision to Experience Recreational or Retirement Bliss

Just 50 minutes from Olympia lies the crown jewel of Hood Canal. From Washington State’s Capital City, you can hop onto Highway 101 and take the scenic route north along its sparkling shoreline. At Hoodsport, bear left onto Highway 119 and head through the foothills of the majestic Olympic Mountains to arrive at one of the most highly sought-after areas to recreate or retire, the resplendent Lake Cushman. Buy a mobile home in a Lake Cushman subdivision, and live like the locals live: the good life.

Overview of the Area

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Lake Cushman is a 4,014-acre lake that sits just outside the southern entrance of the Olympic National Park at Staircase. It is arguably the absolute best place to buy a mobile home in Mason County, and to buy a mobile home in a Lake Cushman subdivision is even better.

It is mountain-living at its finest, and buyers who can secure a mobile home at Lake Cushman are among the lucky ones, as the area’s two lakes, golf course, parks, and a National Park for a neighbor, make deciding what type of recreation you should fill your day with the question of the hour.

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Dam History

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On March 23, 1926, President Calvin Coolidge pressed a button during a ceremony at the White House. He activated, for the first time, Cushman Dam No. 1, a project that began in 1919. At times, over 500 men worked on the project commissioned by Tacoma Power, a division of Tacoma Public Utilities a municipally-owned entity responsible for powering the metropolis of Tacoma, some 40 miles away.

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Subdivision Creation

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The 23 miles of shoreline that surrounds Lake Cushman is sprinkled with dwellings of all types, from cabins to expansive second homes, to RV’s and tiny houses, and of course, is a great place to buy a mobile home in a Lake Cushman subdivision.

There are 24 of them that were platted in the 1960s by property owner, Tacoma Power. The utility company leases the land to homeowners and recreational lot enthusiasts in a 99-year lease. The utility company hasn’t said what will become of the land when the lease is up in

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HOAs and Amenities

The subdivisions are governed by the Lake Cushman Maintenance Company (LCMC), the administrator of the area’s Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, and are largely tasked with the maintenance and upkeep of the subdivision’s roads, utilities, and amenities.

There are two private parks on the upper part of Lake Cushman, and one on the lower lake, Lake Kokanee, with numerous boat launches available throughout.

The subdivisions are governed by the Lake Cushman Maintenance Company (LCMC), the administrator of the area’s Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, and are largely tasked with the maintenance and upkeep of the subdivision’s roads, utilities, and amenities.

There are two private parks on the upper part of Lake Cushman, and one on the lower lake, Lake Kokanee, with numerous boat launches available throughout.

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Why a Mobile Home Makes Sense

To buy a mobile home in a Lake Cushman

subdivision makes the most sense. Of all

of the dwelling types at the lake, this is a

great choice for retirees and

recreationalists.

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Investments

Mobile homes are the smaller of investments when it comes to properties at Cushman.

Easy to upkeep

Mobile homes are easy to upkeep since they don’t have a lot of bells and whistles, or nooks and crannies.

Less risky

Since the land is leased, buying a mobile home in a lake Cushman subdivision is less risky

Available

There are many mobile home properties to choose from

Minimal upkeep

Minimal upkeep is a bonus since most folks are retired or buying a mobile home as a vacation property

Things to Do
at Lake Cushman

Things to Do
at Lake Cushman

There are a wide variety of things to do up at lake Cushman and Lake

Kokanee. Likely more than you have time for. Here are a few ideas to get you

started scratching things off of your Very Best of Lake Cushman Bucket List

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Get on the Boat

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You’re going to want to quickly “get on the boat” to buy a mobile home at a Lake Cushman subdivision, because, shoppers, that ship is about to set sail. With so much to do, so many hikes to take, and boats to captain, this area of glimmering water, towering trees, and fresh mountain air is one for the record books. And whether you snuggle up on your couch to see whatever became of Antlers, or lay down in your bed and listen to sounds of the forest at night, Lake Cushman is, for sure, the place that your dreams will be made of.

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Antler’s Lodge

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A little-known fact about Lake Cushman is that during the formation of the dam, The Antlers Hotel that sat along the shoreline of the natural lake, was sunk.

The Antlers Hotel was constructed of hewed logs, had large bay windows, and a rustic, yet elegant interior. It was a dream realized by wealthy east coast native, Russel Homan who went into business with his friend Stanley Hopper to build an exclusive resort and the Antlers Hotel.

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Olympic National Park

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If you stay on 119 and don’t turn off into one of the subdivisions, the paved road will eventually fade into gravel that skirts along the eastern shore of Lake Cushman, and then eventually the Skokomish River, until you reach Staircase. This southernmost entrance of Olympic National Park at Staircase has a campground with 47 non-reservable sites. A cathedral of Douglas Firs and verdant hanging moss punctuate the landscape of old-growth forest

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