Moses Lake offers one of Washington's best outdoor recreational areas. In addition to the natural beauty of the Columbia Basin, Moses Lake offers visitors a variety of family events, concerts, golf, museums, art exhibits and wineries - there's something for everyone! Your visit will be enhanced by Shilo Inns' convenient location to everything Moses Lake has to offer, off Highway I-90 at the Highway 17 junction. Kids under 18 always stay free with an adult at Shilo Inns. Dogs welcome with nominal fee.
ADA compliant rooms available, call 800-222-2244 for details or use comments field online to reserve
Coffee Available in the Lobby
Free Breakfast for Guests
Free Parking for Guests
Guest Laundry: Washers & Dryers
High Speed Internet Access
Meeting and Banquet Rooms Available
Sauna and/or Steam Room
This Hotel Is 100% Smoke Free
Alarm Clock Radio or Call the Front Desk to Request A Wake-Up Call
Cribs/Play Pens Available upon Request
Free Local Calls
Make Shilo your first choice for a small gathering or executive off-site meeting. Our knowledgeable staff will assist you with all your planning needs including room setup and audio visual presentation. If you want food and beverage service, we can offer a list of preferred vendors to contact.
The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center (MAC) is home to the Adam East collection of Native American artifacts from the Columbia Basin region, in addition the MAC features frequently changing visual art exhibits as well as historic and traveling exhibitions.
Located in the rain shadow of the Cascade Mountains, the refuge averages less than eight inches of annual precipitation. Most precipitation occurs late fall to early spring; summers are generally hot and dry. Yet, despite this desert environment, the refuge is a land of water—water provided as an after effect of the Columbia Basin Irrigation Project.
In central Washington, on the opposite side of the Upper Grand Coulee from the Columbia River, and at the head of the Lower Grand Coulee, exists a three and a half mile-long scalloped precipice known as Dry Falls. Ten times the size of Niagara, Dry Falls is thought to be the greatest known waterfall that ever existed. Geologists speculate that during the last ice age catastrophic flooding channeled water at 65 miles per hour through the Upper Grand Coulee and over this 400-foot (120 m) rock face.
Welcome to Washington State's Recreation Capitol - the Grand Coulee Dam Area, presented by the Grand Coulee Dam Area Chamber of Commerce. Shop, dine and stay over in the famous Grand Coulee Dam Area for a truly memorable experience.
Perched high above the west-shore of Moses Lake, The Resorts at Moses Pointe is 400 acres of desert beauty sculpted centuries ago by the glacial forces that carved out the Columbia Basin of Central Washington State. Given this backdrop it’s no wonder that The Links at Moses Pointe is a favorite golf course to players from throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Today we produce about 2000 cases per year with wines from our own vineyards as well as those we contract from others. Our best-selling wines include our award-winning Chenin Blanc and our Washington State Pinot Noir. Kyra is the Winemaker and handles all the winery operations while Bruce oversees the vineyard operation in addition to his day job as the Chief Financial Officer of a large farm and custom crush operation.