Adventure awaits at this off-grid tiny cabin. Next to the Cedar River Trail with direct access for biking, walking and more. Access the primitive site by vehicle (All-wheel drive or 4x4 highly recommended). Plenty of extra space to pitch an additional tent for larger groups. Pack-in your own bedding for the queen x2 and twin x1 sized beds provided. Spend summer nights roast
Adventure awaits at this off-grid tiny cabin. Next to the Cedar River Trail with direct access for biking, walking and more. Access the primitive site by vehicle (All-wheel drive or 4x4 highly recommended). Plenty of extra space to pitch an additional tent for larger groups. Pack-in your own bedding for the queen x2 and twin x1 sized beds provided. Spend summer nights roasting mallows in the large fire pit or get away from the daily grind while creating memories that will last a lifetime.This site is the 2nd site that I offer. Above this site is my camping site-Cedar River Camping Retreat. The cabin is closer to the public trail, offers sleeping spaces and shelter. Book the camping retreat if you are trying to accommodate an RV or prefer tent camping!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Biking the Cedar River is so fun! Pack your bikes!
Fishing on the river is allowed but there is not easy access within a 30 min walking distance from camp site. Parks close by wi...Read more
The Cedar River Trail is an easy and flat path. We are close to Hwy 18 and plenty of other hiking and trails.
Horseback riding is very popular on the Cedar River Trail. You may see some riders pass by or let me know if you plan to bring ...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Cedar River Cabin in Washington.
River, stream, or creek
Although you can see the river from the trail very close by- there is no access to the river front directly. The safest and mo...Read more
The trail is next to the site, and you drive through a neighborhood to access the camping cabin.
Cedar River Trail which is a moderately busy trail is within eyesight of camp.
The vibe at Cedar River Cabin
Places to see near The Cedar River Retreat
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Great family get away!
Wow. It was our first time using Hipcamp and our first stay at the Cedar River Retreat and everything more than met our expectations. Brittany was a great host, super responsive before and during our trip, and it was really clear she wanted to make sure we had a great time. This is an excellent choice for families, especially during COVID times. We just went for an overnight as we wanted a break from the city and were pleasantly surprised that in a 35 minute drive from Seattle, we really felt like we were in the outdoors. We have two school aged children and went with another family who have two school aged children and everyone had a great time. We stayed in the cabin and the other family stayed in the tent right outside the cabin. There was more than plenty of room outside for everyone to socialize and sit by the fire pit, play ball, ride bikes, read, and very easy to practice social distancing. Had it not been COVID times, while small, both families could have stayed in the cabin with a kid or two on the floor. The cabin is rustic. It doesn't have electricity but there were a ton of solar and battery operated lamps. However, it was spotless and besides the beds it even has a little reading nook which we enjoyed when it was pouring rain. There were lot of little amenities on hand from extra camp chairs to a stove, mugs, a heater, and even bug spray which made it super easy to not have to pack up as much gear. There also is a little covered area outside. We set up Brittany's foldable table under the covered area and used it to eat and play board games. We were wondering about the toilet situation but it was much better than we anticipated. Brittany has built a little covered area for it with a curtain (much like an outhouse) and while it took the kids (and one or two adults) a moment or two to get used to, it was just fine and clean up was super easy--no worse than cleaning up after a pet. There was another party staying on the grounds as well but we never saw or heard them. It was quite quiet (you can see the Cedar River Trail from the site and every once and a while heard someone talking from the trail but compared to staying at a public campground which was our initial plan, this was SO much more private). It was super fast to walk to the trail from the campsite. We also felt super safe as there is a locked gate to the area. There also seems to be a lot to do in the area (Brittany had a book with suggestions) and we for sure would come back and do more exploring when the weather is nicer. We will certainly come back again.
We had a great time staying at this cabin. The Cedar River trail is really close and our dog really enjoyed getting to take his walk along it.
We stayed here July 2nd so there were several fireworks being set off which scared our dog, but the cabin was well insulated enough that when we closed the windows and curtains we barely heard them. The cabin itself is really cozy with plenty of lanterns to completely light it up at night. We slept great.
We really enjoyed relaxing around the fire pit in the two person camping chair, and we'd love to stay here again.