Cabins near Yakima

Come for the wineries, but stay for the river rafting, fishing, and mountain hiking.

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98% (265 reviews)

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3 top cabins sites near Yakima

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Willow Barn Ranch

11 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents25 acres · Wapato, WA
This small 25-acre ranch is just in the early stages of development. We are repairing fences and watering. I just added solar power. The property has a 1200 foot grass runway with an airplane hangar, so you could fly it if you have a STOHL airplane. The irrigation pond/pond yard area is currently available for camping. Many wineries and outdoor activities available in the area. Children can help feed or water the pigs and perhaps the chickens. We offer 5 campsites as well as an in-ground greenhouse as listings. Guests love staying with us: "The pond at Willow Barn Ranch was picturesque. Show us around the property. It's very quiet and peaceful, and you can tell you take good care of your land. Wide open spaces, but each site seems to have its own privacy Just outside of Yakima,
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Mountain View Glamping Cabin

1 site · Lodging4 acres · Tieton, WA
Learn more about this land: Remodeled 1940's orchard workers’ cabin done in romantic cabin decor. The large deck has views to Mt. Clemen, a porch swing, table , chairs, umbrella, kitchenette, refrigerator, microwave, water kettle, toaster, and hot/cold drinking water. A new patio features fire pit/box. New Sanican is attached to cabin and includes outdoor hot/cold shower. Complex includes four view acres, surrounding gardens, and is nestled in a patch of forest. Close to many outdoor and cultural activities. The cabin is close to many trails, ATV trails, fishing, hiking, and rock climbing areas. The rural roads here are seldom traveled, mostly by farm and orchard tractors and vehicles, farmer's pickups and bicycles. Houses are widely spread, few are closer than a half block. There are many empty fields and parking can happen almost anywhere. There are several places to park next to the cabin, even for larger RV's. There is no public transportation out here. Ordinary road map directions for getting here are very simple and straightforward. When you arrive at the property, just pull into the curving drive. You will see the cabin by itself to the left. Just park in front. Tieton is a rare place. The once dying town was re-discovered in the first decade of the new century by a couple friends on a mountain biking exploration. They got a vicious Goat's Head thorn in a tire and had to stop. They looked around at empty warehouses and closed stores and asked about it. The many small orchardists had been selling off their orchards to larger orchards and retiring. They saw opportunities in the empty buildings and had a vision. Artists, writers, poets, thinkers from all over the northwest have been visiting and moving here over the last 14 years, making this a unique town, with two hispanic restaurants, a gourmet restaurant, two convenience stores and a bakery. The town is thriving from grants for the local central park and from the activities now of two art galleries and many seasonal events. Check out Mighty Tieton .com. Mt. View Cabin is less than a mile of country road to town. But watch your speed!!!
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Pine Springs Resort

2 sites · Lodging, RVs2 acres · Goldendale, WA
This is an old campground that is partially opened. Surrounded by Brooks Memorial State Park state park. About 1 mile from St. Johns Monastery. 15 minutes North of Goldendale. About 2 acers of Pine Springs is open, the rest is private. It is right on highway 97 about 2 1/2 miles South of Satus Pass.
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Overview

With its vineyards and rolling hills, Yakima is a Washington state wine country dream. Spend your days biking through orchards or fly-fishing the Yakima River. At night, return to your campsite to sip a local craft beer next to the fire. With 300 days of sunshine each year, it’s always a great time for camping.

Just 4 miles from downtown, you’ll find shaded campsites at Yakima Sportsman State Park. The RV park offers full hookups and sites for campers up to 60 feet long. Come for the fantastic wetland birdwatching or fish in the stocked pond. A short drive away, Cowiche Canyon offers 30 miles of mountain-biking trails.

As you head north toward Ellensburg, check out four campgrounds in the Yakima River Canyon. From your tent, you can take a kid-friendly raft trip or fish for trout. On land, hike along basalt cliffs or enjoy the view from the campgrounds’ picnic tables and fire pits.

If you’re dreaming of a wooded campsite, head west to the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. South Fork Tieton offers dispersed tent camping, and Windy Point puts you close to mountain hiking trails. Nearby, raft and fish the Tieton River as it runs into the Yakima Valley.

Have a few extra days? Leave central Washington and drive toward Seattle to reach Mount Rainier National Park. Or, book one of the Yakima RV parks and stay close to downtown breweries and galleries. Many offer free Wi-Fi and steamy showers for a truly relaxing trip.

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