by Joanna Nesbit
Copper Creek Inn offers nine individual cabins of varying sizes and configurations to accommodate families of all sizes. The cabins are tucked around the 10-acre wooded property, which is surrounded by national forest to supplement the forest ambiance. Two cabins sleep up to four, but many accommodate families of four or more. The cabins are outfitted with full or compact kitchens, queen beds, murphy beds or day beds in the living rooms, flat-screen TVs for movies (no cable reception here), and some private hot tubs. The Muir Cabin has two bedrooms (king and queen), a wrap-around deck, and a private hot tub. Besides the woodland areas, there’s a large grassy area for games and the Copper Creek Inn restaurant for convenient onsite dining. The inn is located a short drive from the Nisqually entrance to the national park.
Our Editor Loves
- Close to national park entrance
- Individual cabins
- Park-like setting
- Family Room 5+
- Onsite Dining
This is location is outside of Mount Rainier Park. It is a busy place because the food is amazing! We sat at the bar because all the tables were taken. You can walk in with no steps. The inside is decorated with lots to look at. Numerous old antiques here...I loved this place and highly recommend it! Don't miss the pie!!!! Home made including the crust....don't find much of that now.
by stephen g
My fiancé and I stayed in the Log Cabin for 5 days as our base camp for a Mount Rainier trip. The Log Cabin was perfect! The room was nice and cozy, with the perfect amount of space to relax and spread stuff out and not have to worry about our suitcases and hiking gear.
The kitchen was adequately stocked, it's nice to be able to cook our own food. The BBQ out back (covered by a lean-too) was also very useful. We cooked food for our lunches on the whole trip and made dinner and breakfast a few nights.
Even though the Cabin is a stone's throw from the Restaurant and the road, noise from both is drowned out by the thick log walls.