Dating back to the 1890s, this longstanding cabin complex on the north shore of Lake Crescent is much less formal than Lake Crescent Lodge on the opposite shore, making it a better pick for families. The out-of-the way location, off of the main park road is darn nice, and the ability to hike, boat, and eat without driving anywhere is another big plus. However, it is pretty rustic, and many of the 80-year-old cabins are showing their age. Some of the cabins have kitchens and bathrooms, and others share a communal bathhouse, and there are also lodge rooms and more upscale chalets, the nicest and largest units with waterfront locations and unobstructed mountain views. Onsite also: a small grocery store, laundry machines, and a campground with RV hookups.
Olympic National Park
Olympic National Park› Hotel
Log Cabin Resort
3183 E Beach Rd
Our Rating Neighborhood In The Park Phone 888/896-3818 or 360/928-3325 Prices $60–$80 cabin for 2 without bathroom; $95–$125 cabin for 2 with bathroom; $120–$140 double lodge unit; $160–$200 chalet. Pets accepted in cabins ($12 per pet) Amenities Restaurant; boat rentals Units 24 cabins, 8 with bathroom; 4 motel units; 2 chalet units Web site Log Cabin Resort Other Closed Nov–Mar
Map3183 E Beach Rd Olympic National Park
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