Copper Creek Log Cabin @ Mt. Rainier
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyAsk
|Theme||Budget, Historic, Romantic, Resort, River, Rural|
Description from the owner
Copper Creek Log Cabin is an authentic hand built log cabin in the woods. It has been fully remodeled in the past two years.
Natuzzi Leather sofa
Gas log fire place
Luxury queen bed
Two person Hot tub on the back deck
Private bath with shower
Luxury Queen bed
Aerobed for additional guests
TV (poor reception) DVD player and handfull of movies
On cool evenings, cozy up to a gas fire. The fire place was built of rocks and petrified wood found in Copper Creek in the early 50s. It is the focal point of the cabin, positioned in the center, warming every corn...Read more
Copper Creek Log Cabin @ Mt. Rainier
(Property location is approximate)
Additional Location Information
Copper Creek Inn Cabins and Lodge Named 2012 #1 Best Cabins and #1 Great Getaways by vote of our guests in the King5TV/Evening Magazine Best in the NW competition. Thank you!
This hand built cabin was made of the finest douglas fir logs available in the 1950's, hand selected by Bab's Cote, whose log cabins are legend in the Mt. Rainier area. Cote was commissioned to build the cabin as her residence by Copper Creek Inn's owner, Roselea Triggs who moved from her room in the Inn which bears her name, Roselea's Suite. Copper Creek Log cabin was completely renovated with a new kitchen, bathroom, and private hot tub on the deck in 2006. The cabin is walking distance to Trip Advisor's # 1 Restaurant at Mt. Rainier, Copper Creek Inn.
The Log cabin is 2 miles from Mt. Rainier National Parks SW Nisqually entrance, 20 minutes from Paradise. Nearby attractions include Mt. Rainier Scenic Railway and EZ Times horse rentals in Elbe, Lake fishing with boat and gear provided at Mineral Lake, 15 minutes from the Cabin. Great Swimming is available at Sunshine Point on Alder Lake, 15 minutes from the cabin. NW Trek Wildlife park is 30 minutes. High Rock lookout, 12 minutes from the cabin, is a great hike outside the park with spectacular views of Mt. Rainer.
Location Type Resort, River, Rural
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$150 - $165||$150 - $165||$945 - $999||$0||2 nights|
|May. 17 2013 - Sep. 22 2013
|All Other Dates||$150||$150||$945||-||2 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- one night stay fee - $35 / stay - Other - We have a two night minimum. Occasionally we may offer a one night stay. This fee is to offset some of the additional housekeeping and maintenance expense necessary to accomodate a one night stay. We will apply the $35.00 to your second nights visit should you choose, subject to availability.
- Tax rate - 10.6% of rental - Tax
- Additional guests - $25 / person - Per-Person Adjustment - Fee applies to parties of more than 2 guest(s)
Additional notes from owner
One queen bedroom - Open floor plan. An aerobed or sleeping pad is available for children in living room.
Minimum Stay: 2 nights / 3 night Minimum on Memorial and Labor Day Weekends
Occassionally, a one night reservation is possible. Please inquire. An additional charge of $35 is added to a one night reservation.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 02, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Kelli and Don Shepard
Fox Island, Wa
A Cozy Little Nest
My husband and I celebrated our 22nd anniversary at the Copper Creek Log Cabin. We loved it! We have stayed at 16 cabins over the years at Mt Hood, and Mt Rainier. At the latter place we have stayed in 5 cabins. We would definitely come back to the log cabin. What I have found is that my husband and I like to be right near each other on our anniversary, away from all the many distractions at home. Some cabins are honestly too big, or are decorated to the point of feeling like we're at a display room at "The street of Dreams" for cabins. We were married on Mt Hood, and we want to remember what we love about the mountains: fresh air, natural beauty, simplicity, and the history of life on a mountain! Last weekend at the log cabin, we hiked Kautz(sp?)Creek Trail with Yak Tracks on our feet (usually we x-country ski, but my husband was recovering from shoulder surgery, so couldn't risk it)The sky was a stunning blue and the snow glittered around the creek. Going back to the cabin was very welcoming. We adore the history of the place and the craftsmanship of the log structure. The rustic fireplace was charming (hard to find cabins with real wood fireplaces unless it's a small wood stove which doesn't have the ambiance). The bed was outstanding in terms of comfort, and we loved the cozy down comforter. The hot tub was fabulous for sitting and reading to one another,and gazing at the stars and the large fir tree right inside our private fenced area. We had fun cooking simple meals in the decently equipped small kitchen. All the special little touches (such as the handcrafted bathroom accessories, the rainbow rug, and wooden ducks hanging from the curtain rod were well appreciated. We felt as if we were in a cozy little love nest just the right size for two! Although the cabin wasn't"secluded" (and you couldn't see the creek from the windows),it was a heavenly treat to have the Copper Creek Inn Restaurant right next door! (French toast was superb!)
Secluded and comfy
This was a great cabin, perfect for a weekend getaway. Its quiet, despite being fairly close to the hwy, the privat hot tub was very relaxing. Everything we needed for a great stay. Staff was very welcoming.
My husband and I reserved the Log Cabin for the 5 days following our wedding in Seattle. We're woodsy folk, so we were delighted to walk through the trees up to our fireplace heated one room cabin. It's full of old charm and wonderfully cozy. Quite perfect for honeymooners who want to be as close as possible to their spouse, since I could make breakfast in the kitchen without really being separated from my husband. Hot tub on the enclosed back deck was awesome. Lots of places in the area to get massages. Super close to the Mt. Rainier park entrance (5 mins?). There's a full kitchen so we brought food to cook, but half of the trip we ended up sneaking down to eat in the restaurant, because the food was that good. (The cabin is very close to the restaurant, but our privacy was never compromised.) We now stop at the Copper Creek Restaurant every time on our way up to Rainier. You won't regret trying the fresh baked bread with blackberry butter. We can't wait to come back to stay in the cabin.