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Ashford offers a wide variety of cabins, cottages and chalets with a full range of amenities. All are near the Paradise or west entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park which is open year round . Explore this page to find the cabin best suited to fit your needs. When making a reservation please be sure to remember to say you found them on GoNorthwest.com.
Our 7 private mountain cabins, located at the Paradise (west) entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park, are ideally situated for enjoying Mount Rainier year-round. Ranging in size from 1-6 bedrooms, we have the perfect lodging for any occasion, from romantic getaways to family vacations to group retreats. Amenities include: fully-equipped kitchens, high-end furnishings, cozy beds with goose-down pillows and blankets, fireplaces, TV/DVD, free Wi-Fi, washer/dryer, fire pits, private hot tubs, and more. Our two larger cabins feature game rooms with pool tables, and we even have four dog-friendly cabins! Visit our website for more details, cabin photos, rates, and availability.
Stormking Spa at Mt. Rainier. 37311 State Route 706, PO Box 126, Ashford, WA 98304. Phone: 360-569-2964. GPS: 46.752277, -121.940620.
Indulge in the sights and sounds of nature from your private hot tub at one of our romantic cabins tailor-made for couples as featured in "Best Places Northwest", and, "Best Places to Kiss in the Northwest". The Spa at Stormking is the perfect compliment to your Northwest retreat. This historic Mt. Rainier homestead, C.1890, converted to a slow-pace intimate spa in 2003 offering massage therapy, body wraps, aromatherapy, facial massage and more. We emphasize personal attention and our experienced licensed therapists are ready to customize any treatment to your needs. Let Stormking be YOUR Great Escape at Mt. Rainier!
Located 200 yards outside the entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park, Stone Creek Lodge offers natural cedar cabins with vaulted ceilings, picture windows, private baths, fireplaces and comfy queen-sized beds to mountain guests who are searching for a clean, quiet, cozy retreat in a garden setting tucked against towering cedar and fir trees. Garden cabins with kitchenettes accommodate small families with children. Mountain cabins with hot tubs sleep two adult guests.
Cedar Creek Treehouse. PO Box 204, Ashford, WA 98304. Phone: 360-789-6773.
Copper Creek Inn. 35707 State Route 706 E, Ashford, WA 98304. Phone: 360-569-2799; Toll-free: 1-877-325-5881.
Mount Tahoma Trails Association Huts. PO Box 206, Ashford, WA 98304. Phone: 360-569-2451.
Wellspring Spa At Mt. Rainier. 54922 Kernahan Road, Ashford, WA 98304. Phone: 360-569-2514; 360-569-2285.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Camping Washington: A Comprehensive Guide to Public Tent and RV Campgrounds, 3rd Edition (State Camping Series) by Steve Giordano and Lynn Rosen. Over 400 public campgrounds are listed by geographic area, with necessary information including GPS coordinates, fees and recreational activities. Site maps are included plus tips on wildlife and safety. Order now...
Adventure Guide to Mount Rainier: Hiking, Climbing and Skiing in Mt. Rainier National Park by Jeff Smoot. Includes descriptions of tourist trails, nature trails, off-trail hiking, bike routes, minor peak scrambling, skiing and snowshoeing areas, and of course, summit routes. Order now...
Day Hike! Mount Rainier: The Best Trails You Can Hike in a Day, 3rd Edition by Ron C. Judd. This guide features over 50 of the best trails for day hikes. Each trail is rated and range from easy-moderated to difficult-extreme. Also included are topographical maps, trail descriptions and photographs. Order now...
Day Hiking: Mount Rainier National Park Trails by Dan A. Nelson (Author), Alan L. Bauer(Photographer). This guide is compact and portable with extensive information on hiking in Mount Rainier National Park. Nearby camping options and an overview map are also included. Order now...
Mount Rainier: A Climbing Guide, 2nd Edtion by Mike Gauthier. by Mike Gauthier. Find all the neccessary information on climbing the Rainier's famed glaciers including logistics, regulations and permits. Nearby mountaineering training sites and tips on guide service selection are also included plus bonus routes on adjacent Little Tahoma, Washington's third highest peak. Order now...
Hiking Mount Rainier National Park: A Guide to the Park's Greatest Hiking Adventures (Regional Hiking Series), 3rd Edition by Mary Skjelset and Heidi Di Schneider. This guide describes 60 hikes to the well maintained trails of Mount Rainier NP between Seattle, WA and Portland, OR for hikers of all ages and skill levels. Order now...
Washington Off the Beaten Path, 9th Edition (Off the Beaten Path Series) by Chloe Ernst. This book features the unique things to see and do from quirky cultural tidbits to hidden attractions and unique finds to local dining. Travel off the beaten path for a one of a king experience. Order now...
Great Places: Washington: A Recreational Guide to Washington's Public Lands and Historic Places for Birding, Hiking, Photography, Fishing, Hunting and Camping by John Kruse. The geology, animal and plant life, and history of Washington's most-storied and scenic locales, including the best local lodging and amenities are explained in this full color guide. Order now...
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