Mt. Rainier cabins located just outside of the national park.
All of our cabins (except for Three Bears Lodge) are still open and accessible, as is the town of Ashford. There is a mudslide on Hwy 706 east of Kernahan Rd currently blocking access to Mt Rainier National Park, however, access to the rest of the cabins is not affected. The Mt Tahoma Trails System and its North and South access points for cross country skiing and snow-shoeing are open and not affected by the slide. We will update this message as efforts to clear the slide continue.
All cabins feature hot tubs, fireplaces, and free Wi-Fi.
Our Rainier lodging options offer eight beautiful vacation rental homes nestled in the shadow of Mt. Rainier, just outside the year-round Paradise entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park in Ashford, WA. Located about two hours from both Seattle and Portland, our cabins comfortably accommodate groups of all sizes. We have four dog-friendly cabins, three creekside cabins, and one cabin ideal for large groups, family reunions, or company gatherings. In addition, all of our Mt. Rainier cabins have hot tubs! Whether you're seeking a romantic weekend, a quiet escape, a base camp for outdoor adventures like hiking, or a fun-filled family getaway, a Three Bears Cabins property is sure to become your new favorite mountain retreat!
Enjoy your Mt. Rainier getaway at one of our cabins.
Mount Rainier is one of the premier destinations in Washington state for outdoor enthusiasts and family vacations. The National Park offers an abundance of outdoor recreation, including bountiful fishing and incredible hiking opportunities. No matter how you plan to enjoy your stay at Mt. Rainier, there is a world of excitement at your fingertips. We strive to make sure your stay at one of our Mt. Rainier cabins is as perfect as possible, with large hot tubs, comfortable beds, and well stocked kitchens. Some of our cabins even have pool tables! Now it's your turn to find the perfect Mt. Rainier cabin rental for your visit.
Voted "Best Cabins in the Pacific Northwest" by Evening Magazine
Planning Your Stay
While you’re planning your stay at one of our Mt. Rainier cabins, we also recommend checking out our informative guides with the information you need for planning activities, such as hiking and viewing the wildflowers at Paradise.