The majestic mountain areas of Washington state are inspiring to behold. These 12 mountain cabin rentals make a great home base from which to do so.
During the summer months, horseback riding or hiking in the wilderness are popular pastimes. In winter, enjoy snowmobiling on groomed trails, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.
Be sure to click through on each Washington mountain cabin rental below to read the full description before you reserve your spot. Access & amenities vary widely.
Directions There is a combination lock on the shower unit. This will give you access to the Cabin’s key. To obtain the current lock combination, call the Ranger Station (Monday-Friday) 48 hours prior to your arrival at (509) 784-4700. Have your reservation number available when you call. Cottonwood Cabin is
Directions From Sequim east, for approximately 3 miles. Just past John Wayne Marina Road, turn right onto the Palo Alto Road and travel approximately 8 miles. The access drive to Louella Cabin is by an information kiosk on the right. Turn into the driveway, go past the first building, and
Directions From Seattle: Take I-90 to Exit 93. Turn left on Elk Heights Road and travel 1/4 mile north to Thorp Prairie Road. Turn right and go about 3.5 miles to East Taneum Road. Turn right, cross over I-90 and turn right on West Taneum Road, which becomes Forest Service
Directions From Hoodsport, WA take Highway 101 north for 14 miles to Hamma Hamma River Road Take a left onto Hamma Hamma River Road/Forest Service Road 25 and travel 5.7 miles to the access road to the cabin. The access road is gated; please respect the renters privacy. To view
Directions Travel approximately 22 miles north of Hoodsport on Highway 101 to the Duckabush Recreation Area, turn west (left) onto the Duckabush River Road (Forest Service Road #2510). Follow the Duckabush Road for 4 miles to the end of the pavement. Interrorem Cabin is on the left side of the
Directions From I-90, take exit 85 (Highway 970) and go north approximately 6.5 miles to Teanaway Road. Turn left and drive 13 miles to end of pavement. Veer right onto Forest Service Road (FSR) 9737. Continue 2.2 miles, and then turn right to the Guard Station. From US Highway 2
Directions From Pomeroy, WA, take 15th Street south (which becomes Peola Road at the city limits) for approximately 15 miles to the forest boundary. The paved road will end here. Continue on Forest Road (FR) 40 for 17 miles to Misery Junction. Take FR 44 east for 3 miles, then
Directions From Dayton, take 4th street south for 6 blocks, and turn east on Eckler Mountain Road for about 15 miles. Turn right at the Y intersection. Continue on Forest Road 46 for 12 miles to Godman. The guard station will be on the left. The site is accessible to
Directions From Pomeroy, take 15th Street south which turns into Peola Rd and follow for 8 miles. The road then turns into Mountain Road, follow for 7.5 miles on pavement to the forest boundary. Continue on Forest Service Road 40 for about 9 miles to Clearwater Junction. The cabin is
Directions For security purposes, access to the cabin is through a locked gate; Doors to the cabin are also locked. The combination to the gate lock will be included in your confirmation letter. This same combination will open a security box by the main cabin door, which contains the cabin
Directions Winter access: From Seattle take Highway 2 east to Wenatchee, Highway 97 north to Tonasket, and Highway 20 east to Republic. From Republic, travel east on State Highway 20 to the Kettle Crest Trailhead located on top of Sherman Pass. Follow the Kettle Crest Trail No. 13 south for
Directions From Pomeroy, take Highway 12 west for about 4 miles. Turn left on Tatman Mt. Road and continue (road changes to Linville Gulch after a couple of miles) for about 6.5 miles (sharp right turn at top of hill) where pavement ends at Blind Grade. Continue on gravel road
Mountain cabin rentals are a form of glamping. This is a relatively new term that combines the words glamorous and camping. It is for folks that want the outdoor experience that comes with camping, but with more comfort. Learn about other forms of glamping here.