Looking for a cabin rental near Mount Rainier National Park?
Here are some of the cabins we found:
- Betsy’s Cabins
- Deep Forest Cabins
- Base Camp Cottages
- Altimeter Cabin
- Red Cabin at Left Foot Arm
- White River Bend Cabin
- Wonderland Lodge
Betsy’s is a base camp at the foot of Mount Rainier that offers nine comfortable cabins with different themes that would surely suit your preferences.
This beautifully designed cabins located in Ashford is a few minutes away from the entrance of Mount Rainier and located just outside the Paradise Nisqually Entrance.
Ashford is the site of world-class hiking, mountaineering, site seeing, as well as winter cross-country skiing and winter snowshoeing.
You do not also need to worry about the amenities because Betsy’s has all the amenities you need from hot tubs, furniture, barbeque grills, campfire pits, and most important of all WIFI and cell service.
Here is a list of each of Betsy’s Cabins.
- Bear’s Den Cabin
- Little Elk Cabin
- Huckleberry Cottage
- Vine Maple House
- Little Tahoma Lodge
- Indian Henry’s Cabin
- Juniper Cabin
Bear’s Den Cabin
This is a large, two-bedroom family cabin with a private hot tub.
It has two bathrooms and can house at most nine guests.
The yard has amenities such as picnic tables, decks, a deck, and a barbeque grill. This cabin is also pet-friendly.
Little Elk Cabin
The beautiful 2-bedroom cabin is designed with a pine interior, exquisite log furniture, and an attractive bathroom and slate kitchen.
There is a horseshoe pit, campfire area, gas barbeque grill, and a private hot tub.
There is also free WIFI and access to a TV with a Roku player.
Each upstairs bedroom has a queen-size bed and two twin-size beds.
Pets are welcome in this cabin but children below eight years old are not allowed.
The stairs are steep in this cabin so guests who cannot navigate steep stairs are not advised to book this cabin.
The Huckleberry log cabin has two queen bedrooms, a full bathroom, two living rooms, and a full kitchen and dining area.
Amenities such as a hot tub, a campfire area, a gas barbeque grill, a television with a Roku and DVD player, and free WIFI.
A sofa is also available for extra guests.
The surroundings of the cabin are forested and quiet and you have a completely private back deck enough for two to six guests.
Vine Maple House
This is the most suitable Betsy cabin for pets.
Vine Maple House has one bedroom, a full kitchen with a barbeque grill, and one bath cabin with a private hot tub.
This beautifully decorated cabin also has peaceful and natural surroundings, so it is a good place to unwind after a day’s hiking.
Little Tahoma Lodge
This secluded lodge is located in a private area just above the town of Ashford.
It is very spacious with three bedrooms that can house nine guests, a jetted hot tub, a four-person infrared sauna, two large decks with outdoor tables and chairs, and gas grill, and a wide area for a campfire.
Inside the lodge, you have a spacious room to relax, cook meals in the large kitchen and enjoy eating around a beautiful dining table.
There is a large living room upstairs and a game room downstairs as well.
Moreover, you will surely enjoy the terrific view of the campfire area.
This is an ideal accommodation for families.
Indian Henry’s Cabin
This three-bedroom cabin in Ashford is five minutes from the Mount Rainier National Park.
The cabin can accommodate seven guests and include bunk beds for children.
A sleeping sofa is available for your extra guests.
There is a private hot tub, a large bathroom, a full kitchen, and a laundry room.
Outside, is a gas barbeque, a two-person hammock, and a wide campfire area for your enjoyment in the summer months.
It has a massive one-bedroom cabin with a covered private hot tub.
There is a kitchen and covered gas grill.
The upstairs bedroom is furnished with a beautiful King Log bed and TV with ROKU.
The living room downstairs has a gas fireplace, WIFI, TV with ROKU, and laundry.
There is also an outdoor hammock and a campfire area. It has a squirrel run and is definitely pet-friendly.
Deep Forest Cabins at Mount Rainier
This is a beautiful old-forest retreat, nestled off a private lane adjacent to Mt. Rainier’s main entrance.
The property houses seven cabins and cottages to choose from, varying in size.
It features one private bedroom with a queen bed, an open loft with a full bed, and a living room with a fold-out couch.
There is also a full kitchen, fireplace, deck with barbecue, and a private outdoor hot tub beneath the trees.
The TV includes a DVD player, and the resort has a selection available for borrowing. Wi-Fi is available in the cabin, but note that most cell providers don’t extend coverage to the area.
Also, bear in mind that only children over 10 years old are welcome at this beautiful cabin.
The property also has a beautifully designed cliff-perched Salal cabin which has one king bed and two fold-out couches.
Meanwhile, the isolated Barn Owl Cottage has a queen bed and fold-out couch in a shared area.
The Huckleberry cottage has a queen bed and fold-out couch in separate rooms.
Whatever your choice, you will be happy with the rustic-elegant interiors, cloud-soft bedding, and relaxing natural setting.
Base Camp Cottages
Jasmer’s Mt. Rainier Lodging, more popularly known as the Base Camp Cottages are conveniently adjacent to Rainier Base Camp.
This is the home base of Whittaker Mountaineering, RMI Expeditions, Base Camp Bar & Grill that opens during the summer month of May to September.
They also have the Mountain Time Wellness massage and the Mt. Rainier Visitor’s Center.
All of the cottages are cozy and private.
Each cottage is self-contained with pleasing decors, kitchenettes, private bathrooms, and fireplaces.
These cottages are located in Ashford, Washington which is just six miles away from the main entrance of Mount Rainier National Park Paradise area.
Whether you plan to climb Mt. Rainier, just relax and rest, a family vacation, a romantic retreat or simply to enjoy the grandeur of the great Northwest, the Base Camp Cottages are the perfect home base for you for that perfect soothing and refreshing getaway that you deserved.
Each cottage has amenities such as a gas fireplace, local satellite TV, hot tub, gazebo, barbeque, and picnic tables, firepits, refrigerator, microwave, and coffeemakers.
The cottages are nestled amongst the trees offering a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere with the fresh mountain air, indigenous foliage, and chorusing songbirds.
The names of the rooms show the natural, cozy and distinctive setting of the Pacific Northwest and Mt. Rainier National Park.
These beautiful cottages will provide you with the perfect place to rest and recharge before another day of memorable escapade.
Located on forested grounds, Altimeter Cabin and Event Venue is a location that offers abundant Pacific Northwest vibes.
Guests staying in the cabin enjoy the use of a private outdoor hot tub, free parking, and wi-fi.
Upon entering the historic cabin guests first notice the open floor plan, gleaming timbers, inviting hearth, and wood stove.
A sofa, table, and chairs, eat-in kitchen, and restroom with claw-foot tub and shower on the main floor.
There is an open sleeping loft with two twin mattresses that looks out onto the main area of the cabin.
The sleeping loft is accessed by a log ladder. The cabin features a fully equipped kitchen.
All the wood, tile, and stone were conscientiously sealed and varnished thus appearing clean and new despite its being originally built in the early 1900s.
Guests have access to a fire pit and picnic table. The cabin sleeps two on the queen-size bed and two in the sleeping loft.
This cabin is located on a beautiful two-acre private lot that abounds with different kinds of ferns and massive cedar trees, some of which are over 400 years old.
The trees tower over the private hot tubs and hammock swings providing a relaxing mood for the visitors.
Lush native sword ferns, bleeding hearts, carpets of sorrels, and other native undergrowth are strewn all over the private walking trails.
You can view the mountain through old-growth cedar trees, firs, and big leaf maples.
The Altimeter Cabin is located in the town of Ashford, Washington which is just 3.2 miles or five minutes ride to the Nisqually entrance that is open all year round.
The cabin offers a full kitchen but guests can have the option to dine elsewhere in Ashford and Elbe, Washington.
Adjacent to the log cabin is a beautiful outdoor covered dining area with a live edge table and a dance floor that can be reserved in addition to the cabin.
This additional area is well suited to host small outdoor socially distanced weddings and elopement ceremonies.
Guests can opt to rent the cabin for a quiet getaway, or rent the entire grounds.
Within the area, you can enjoy horseback riding and tours, steam train rides, and fishing during the summer months.
Visit also the local sculpture park which is close to the place.
All these activities in the cabin are suitable for quiet retreats, romantic escapades, family trips, and solo adventures.
Red Cabin at Left Foot Farm
This is the time to make good of your dream to escape city life and live farm life even just for a few days.
The Red Cabin located at Left Foot Farm is one of the few genuine stay-at-the-farm offers in the Mount Rainier region.
You can stay overnight or for a couple of days at this small goat dairy farm.
Founded by Jeremy, this working dairy farm is home to approximately 85 goats, 100 ducks, and 100 chickens, and an assortment of friendly farm dogs and cats on 5 bucolic acres.
You are not required to do any domestic chores, just relax and enjoy yourself.
If you like, you can wake up early in the morning to collect eggs and milk for your breakfast.
And if you have ever wanted to learn about caring for goats, then the hosts are more than happy to share their knowledge.
A stay at the farm is a unique chance for you to experience the tranquility and slower pace of life as compared to the hustle and bustle of city life.
You might enjoy it so much that an overnight stay can easily turn into a week.
The simple cabin has heat but no air conditioning.
During the warmer summer months, guests can open the windows and turn on a cool fan.
This is the simple living where you just open your doors and windows and let in fresh air and sounds of the countryside.
While you will have the Red Cabin to yourself, you have to share the bathroom which is located about 50 feet from the cabin.
As for guests who do not want to share a bathroom, your alternative is to go to the Nest at the Left Foot Farm.
The Red Cabin has a queen bed in the sleeping loft, this can only be accessed by a short step ladder but watch out for your head as it has a low ceiling.
A sofa sleeper is on the main floor if you prefer this one.
There are bicycles or kayaks for rent but you need a trailer or a rack for your motor vehicle if you plan to bike far or kayak in the Alder Lake.
The Left Foot Farm is located about 10 miles away from the shops in Eatonville.
It is a 15-minute ride away from Northwest Trek Wildlife Park, 13 miles from Little Marshall Waterfalls, and a 40-minute travel to Mt. Rainier National Park.
White River Bend Cabin
The Alta Crystal Resort is managed within the Mt. Baker and Snoqualmie National Forest under a special permit to operate.
It is located just outside the northeast entrance of the Mt. Rainier National Park and about 7.5 miles below or a 12-minute drive to the Crystal Mountain ski area.
The resort and cabins are open all year round and are always accessible from the City of Enumclaw.
The location and view of the White River are imposing but are truly serene.
The cabin is surrounded by grounds on a park-like acre.
The new cabins have 3-bedrooms, where the master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with a soaker tub and the Queen bedroom with an adjacent full bathroom.
The third bedroom is upstairs with three double beds.
The private hot tub can accommodate as many as six persons and is located on the deck overlooking the river.
The grounds outside the cabin are private, fenced, and enclosed dog yards.
Other amenities include the outdoor heated pool at Alta Crystal Resort which is open all year round, TV and free WiFi, landline with free calls, large fully equipped kitchen with oven, microwave, Coffee Maker; granite counters, full-sized refrigerator, and freezer, washer, and dryer.
The kitchen of the cabin is well-supplied with dishes, utensils, cookware including salt and pepper, dishwashing soap and powder, napkins, paper towels, and many more.
The Wonderland Lodge Cabin is a well-known hikers’ cottage that is named after the Wonderland Trail which attracts hikers from around the world.
The world-famous hiking course circle completely around Mt. Rainier thus attracting hiking enthusiasts from everywhere.
This cabin is the ideal place to rest and relax after you complete the circumnavigation of the mountain that usually lasts for about 10 days and culminating at the top with 22,000 feet of elevation.
If you don’t like to hike, you will still enjoy your stay in this opulent mountain lodge in the Greenwater area, which is northeast of Mt. Rainier.
The cabin has a large living room with oversized leather furniture that can accommodate a large number of family and friends.
The living room is flooded with lights from the high windows and during summertime, you can walk out the glass doors unto a large deck which is especially calming at dusk.
There is a large hot tub on the north end of the deck which allows you to soak your body and meditate while drinking your favorite drink.
The large master bedroom with a king-sized bed has hotel-quality linens and soft fluffy pillows.
The other two bedrooms have a bunk bed, double bed, and two sets of bunks which can accommodate a large number of guests.
There are also two and a half bathrooms with hot showers.
One bathroom has a big jacuzzi and the other has a steam room.
The kitchen has quality appliances and is equipped with all the kinds of pots, pans, and utensils.
The dining area has a comfortable table and chairs along with all the silverware.
The cabins are surrounded by large trees and the grounds are left in their natural landscape as is usual in this mountain area.
So, it is not surprising to see rabbits, squirrels, and a herd of elk walking around the area.
The Wonderland lodge is in a quiet neighborhood and you don’t have to be a mountaineer to stay in this place as you will have the comforts and convenience like your own home.