Scenic Washington state has many wonderful recreation areas. Why not explore them with a secluded cabin rental for your home base?
This page features 14 rustic & secluded cabins in scenic Washington state. These locations are in a perfect home base for many outdoor activities, from hiking to biking.
Be sure to click through on each secluded mountain cabin 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 accessible by car. Please contact the Ranger District at (509) 784-4700 prior to arrival for current restrictions or conditions, such as fire or road closures, weather or storms that may affect the quality of your visit. From north Seattle/Everett take US-2 to Wenatchee. From south Seattle/Tacoma take I-90 to exit 85 and then WA-970, US-97 and US-2 to Wenatchee. From Wenatchee, WA , at the junction of US Highway 2 and Washington State Route 97A, take State Route 97A and travel north 17 miles along the west bank of the Columbia River. Turn left 100 yards north of the Entiat
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 Louella Cabin is on the right. Access to the cabin by vehicle may require chains in the winter during periods of heavy snow; the last 1/8 mile of road is not plowed. Phone 360-765-2200 Activities CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, MOUNTAIN BIKING, BIRDING Keywords LOUE,OLYMPIC NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Washington State Road Conditions Washington State Tourism Overview Located in the northeast portion of Olympic National Forest, Louella Cabin offers guests a unique lodging experience. It was built in 1912 by Forest Service employee, E. M. Cheney, who dedicated the structure to his wife,
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 Road 33. Drive 6 miles to Taneum Cabin on the left. From Ellensburg: Take I-90 to Exit 101 – Thorp. From the exit turn left on Thorp Highway. Travel 3/4 mile and turn right on Thorp Cemetery Road, which becomes West Taneum Road-Forest Service Road 33 after about 4 miles. Taneum Cabin will be on left in another 5 miles. Phone 509-852-1100 Activities FISHING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, BIRDING Keywords TANE,OKANOGAN – WENATCHEE NF -FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Washington State Road Conditions Washington State Tourism Overview The Taneum Cabin is located in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, approximately 20
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 the cabin, walk the Living Legacy Nature Trail. Phone 360-765-2200 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, HISTORIC SITES Keywords HAMM,OLYMPIC NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Washington State Road Conditions Washington State Tourism Overview The Hamma Hamma Cabin is a historic cabin that offers guests a tranquil setting to relax and recreate. Formerly a guard station, the cabin was built from 1936-1937 by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The facility was used as an administrative site for Forest Service fire and trail crews. The site is nominated to the National Register of Historic Places for
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 road. From Quilcene, WA take Highway 101south for 15 miles to the Duckabush Recreation Area, turn west (right) the Duckabush River Road (Forest Road #2510). Follow the Duckabush Road for 4 miles to the end of the pavement. Interrorem Cabin is on the left side of the road Phone 360-765-2200 Activities HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING Keywords INTE,DUCKABUSH CABIN,OLYMPIC NF – FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Washington State Tourism Washington State Road Conditions Overview Interrorem Cabin is located beneath magnificent stands of Big Leaf Maple trees, offering guests an ideal location for relaxation
Directions From Portland take Interstate 84 east, take Cascade Locks Exit 44 and cross the Bridge of the Gods (toll bridge) to Highway 14 in Washington State. Turn east (right) on Highway 14 and drive 5 miles to the Carson junction with the Wind River Highway. Follow the Wind River Highway through Carson and northwest approximately 14 miles to the Carson National Fish Hatchery. Continue northwest for 1 mile on Forest Road 3065 to the entrance for Government Mineral Springs recreation site. From approximately April 15 to November 1, the cabin is usually accessible by vehicle. During the winter season, the cabin is a half-mile trek by skis, snowshoes or snowmobiles from the parking area. Sno-Park permits are required from December 1 through April 1 for each vehicle. Washington Sno-Park passes are required for Washington State vehicles. Phone 509-395-3400 Activities BIKING, BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING, WINTER SPORTS, WATER SPORTS,
Directions From Vancouver take Highway 14 East to Highway 141, then go North to Trout Lake WA. Peterson Prairie Cabin is located 7 miles from Trout Lake, Washington, along Forest Road 24. At Trout Lake go 4 Miles past the Mt. Adams Ranger Station at the end of Highway 141. Continue West on Forest Road 24 for 2.5 miles, the site will be on your left. During the snow-free months (typically June-October), guest can drive directly to the cabin. The road to the cabin is closed to wheeled vehicles December through April. Cabin renters park their vehicles at the Atkisson Sno-Park and ski, snowshoe or snowmobile an 2.5 miles to the cabin. A Washington Sno-Park permit is required December 1 through April 1 for each parked vehicle. Guests may call the Mt. Adams Ranger District at (509) 395- 3400 to obtain current conditions close to their reservation date. Refunds will
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 (Leavenworth or Wenatchee area), follow Highway 97 South from its junction with Highway 2 for 38.5 miles to Teanaway Road. Turn right and drive 13 miles to the end of the pavement. Veer right onto FSR 9737. Continue 2.2 miles and turn right to the Guard Station. From May to mid-November, most passenger vehicles can access the cabin. From mid-December to April, access to cabin is by snowshoe, ski, or snowmobile only. Parking is at Teanaway Sno-Park , 2.2 miles from the cabin. It is an easy ski or snowshoe trip over a groomed snowmobile route. The road and parking
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 FR 43 east for approximately 3 miles. The guard station will be on the left. The site is accessible by automobile June 1 to November 1. Winter access requires skis, snowshoes or snowmobiles. For winter use from Pomeroy, travel east on Highway 12 to Clarkston, Washington. From Clarkston, travel south on Highway 129 to Asotin, Washington. Just before entering Asotin, turn right at the bridge onto County Road 105 to Cloverland. Continue past Cloverland to the Sno-Park. Park here, then travel by snowmobile or cross country ski (beginning to intermediate level skiing) southwest on FR 43 to the junction with
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 vehicles from mid to late-June through mid-October to early-November. Call the Pomeroy Ranger District for road and weather conditions at (509)843-1891 Mon-Fri 7:30-4:30 Closed Weekends & Holidays. Winter use requires skis, snowshoes or snowmobiles. From Dayton, Washington, take 4th Street south. Follow road directions to Bluewood Ski Area. Before the entrance to the ski area, park in the available snowmobile parking at Touchet Corral. Travel the groomed snowmobile route, taking all lefts to Godman, approximately 13 miles. Directional signs lie along the route, put up by the local snowmobile club. Although guests may ski to the cabin, the route is
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 located to the right at the base of Clearwater Lookout Tower. Guests may park right beside the cabin, but not on the concrete helipad. Automobile access to the site is from June 1 to November 1. In winter, visitors must park at the Rose Springs Sno-Park, about 1.5 miles inside the forest boundary. From this point, guests can either snowmobile or cross country ski about 6.5 miles on a beginner to intermediate-level trail. Know the weather forecast before leaving as winter weather can change quickly. A Washington State Sno-Park permit is required to park at the Sno-Park. Permits can be
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 key. Please contact the Ranger District at 509-653-1401 prior to your arrival at the cabin for current restrictions or conditions, such as fire or road closures, or weather that may affect the quality of your visit. Located off State Route (SR) 410 near milepost 88. From Naches, WA travel west on US Highway 12 for 4.4 miles. Continue straight onto SR 410 W for 27.5 miles. Turn left onto Bumping River Rd / Forest Road 1800. Cross the bridge over American River, then turn left onto the American Forks Campground Road¦ From Enumclaw, WA depart SR 164/Griffin Ave toward Wells
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 one mile, to the junction of the Sherman Loop Trail No. 72. Continue around the west side of Sherman Peak, to Kettle Crest Trail No. 13. Continue south on the trail to the cabin. Approximate distance for one-way travel is five miles. Summer and fall access: In addition to the above route, the cabin may be reached via County Road 99 (Hall Creek Road). From State Highway 20, turn south on County Road 99 (turn left if traveling from Kettle Falls/turn right from Republic). Travel south for approximately three miles and then turn left onto Forest Road 2050100. Continue east
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 (Blind Grade) with hairpin turns to stop sign. Turn left onto Tucannon Road and continue for about 8.5 miles. Guard station is on the right. From Dayton, take Highway 12 east about 11.5 miles, and turn right on Tucannon Road. Continue about 24 miles. The guard station is on the right. This route is best for large RVs and is the best route in winter, especially for those with two-wheel drive vehicles. Please contact the Columbia County Road Department in Dayton for winter road condition reports. Phone 509-843-1891 MONDAY-FRIDAY 7:30-4:30 CLOSED WEEKENDS & HOLIDAYS Activities CAMPING, FISHING Keywords TUCANNON GUARD
Rustic & secluded 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.