Welcome to the Eagle Rock Resort. Conveniently located between Seattle/Tacoma area and Yakima, sits a wonderfully majestic area on the East Side of Mount Ranier National Park. The area is known for hunting, fishing, hiking, snow mobiling and fresh air. The resort has everything you need, from a camp ground and rental cabins to a gas station, convenience/grocery store, restau
Welcome to the Eagle Rock Resort. Conveniently located between Seattle/Tacoma area and Yakima, sits a wonderfully majestic area on the East Side of Mount Ranier National Park. The area is known for hunting, fishing, hiking, snow mobiling and fresh air. The resort has everything you need, from a camp ground and rental cabins to a gas station, convenience/grocery store, restaurant and bar. Whether we are the destination, or just traveling through, stop in and say hello This unit is a dry cabin that has 2 bunk beds totalling 4 twin beds, small refrigerator and microwave, small indoor dining table for 4 people, and an outdoor patio with a small bistro set for two people. Just a very short walk to the newly redone bathrooms. - ADDED BONUS, ANY RENTER WHO WANTS TO EAT AT OUR RESTAURANT GET'S 10% DISCOUNT AT THE WOOD SHED @ EAGLE ROCK RESORT
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 8% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Eagle Rock Resort/Cabin#3 - 4 Twins in Washington.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
The cabin is a duplex cabin. I didn’t really see that in the listing of this cabin. Thought it was its own unit. Also a crying baby in the next wall with thin walls = zero sleep.
Not a $100+ experience in my mind.
Cold and you can hear every word the neighbor is saying.
Eagle Rock Resort cabins have newly refurbished interiors, which are pretty basic but still nice. They sleep 4 with bunk beds and have a lovely porch to sit on. The bathrooms are shared but close by and fairly clean.
Eagle Rock Resort is pretty remote, having to drive over 50 miles through a National Forest from Mount Rainier, meaning the only things around are the grocery store and restaurant/bar attached to the resort. Luckily, they also have gas. I was told that I would be left a key outside the cabin. When I arrived around 6:30pm, I found my welcome packet with no key to be found. The grocery store (which also handles rentals) closes at 7pm, so by the time I realized my key was missing, I just barely caught them after closing. However, they were super friendly and I was able to eventually get a key for my cabin.
Overall, it was a fairly pleasant experience, just know going in that this cabin really is in the middle of nowhere.