5 dreamy cabins within minutes of Mt. Rainier National Park,
White Pass Ski Area and the Pacific Crest Trail.
All of our cabins feature cedar hot tubs, top notch appliances and cookware, memory foam mattresses, Weber gas grills, Moccamaster coffemakers, wood stoves, fire pits, WiFi and warm vintage vibes.
Marmot is our biggest, brightest and happiest cabin. Built in 1965, and renovated in 2017 to look and feel like 1965, with modern conveniences and comforts.
We've got a queen bed in the open loft bedroom; 3 twins and one queen in the downstairs bunk room, and a single bathroom downstairs. Max capacity: 5
This is where it all started for us in 2015. Our first cabin, and our personal favorite.
Little Owl sleeps up to 4 people. The open loft bedroom features a queen bed, half bath, and breathtaking views of the surrounding forest. The bunk bedroom sleeps up to 3 on a queen and a bunked twin. Out back, you'll have a cedar hot tub on a deck that looks out to Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Coal Creek.
Pika & Chickaree
Pika & Chickaree (identical twins and neighbors) are our newest cabins, designed by Den Outdoors and built in 2021.
At just 450 square feet each, these cabins pack in more luxury and features than most cabins twice their size. Each has a queen bed in the loft, 2 person cedar hot tub, fire pit, and the slickest, best equipped kitchens in Packwood. Max capacity: 2
Pine Marten is your Grandpa's cabin--if Grandpa was a hipster. Built in 1966 and renovated in 2019, it sleeps up to four persons in two structures.
The main cabin features a loft bedroom and a bathroom, and the bAby frame (a converted shed) sleeps up to two on a Queen bed. Outside, you'll find a cedar sauna, hot tub, bocce ball court, and miles of dense National Forest.
Packwood is just 20 minutes from Mt. Rainier National Park, White Pass Ski Area, the Goat Rocks Wilderness Area, and the Pacific Crest Trail.
We have wildflowers, alpine lakes, fishing streams and mountain views for miles in the summer. In the winter, we glide on 400 inches of powder at White Pass Ski Area.
We're also super easy to reach: just 2.5 hours from Seattle and Portland!