Get out in nature without straying far from the city with a Seattle cabin rental.
Seattle makes a great base for exploring the Pacific Northwest, offering easy access to Mount Rainier National Park, North Cascades National Park, the Olympic Peninsula, and the San Juan Islands. While most campers who stay in the city opt for hotels or vacation rentals, tons of cabin rentals sit in the Seattle-Puget Sound area, further afield on Bainbridge Island, and in the Olympic National Forest. Staying in a cozy cabin can be a good alternative to camping, particularly if you’re visiting in spring or fall, when the chances of rain are high. A number of Seattle-area state parks offer cabins for rent, including Dash Point State Park and Wallace Falls State Park, but if you want a secluded nature stay, try a Hipcamp cabin rental with amenities such as queen beds, family-friendly spaces, free wifi, hot tubs, and pet-friendly options.