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Wander A Frame | Refresh | Explore | By Mt. Baker

Wander is a memorable, renovated, original 1969 A-frame cabin tucked away on a 1/3 acre of land filled with old-growth trees located 20 minutes from the edge of the Mt. Baker National Forest. The property backs up onto public land that connects to the wild Columbia Basin. Wander is a cozy getaway for couples, with a queen bed tucked into the upper story. For groups, there are two snug twin beds and a comfy full-sized sofa bed. Wander sleeps 4 comfortably with an expansive deck for tents.

$160 per night
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Elk Horn Cabin Nestled Near Mount Rainier

Thank you for your interest in our Elk Horn Cabin! Ours is a small rustic cabin located in a community of eclectic mountain homes. Newly remodeled using 100 year old cedar. Large windows bring in the sun and give an amazing view of the outdoors! A unique, raw cut staircase leads up to the bedroom loft. Enjoy lounging on both the front and back decks. Roast marshmallows, relax, and sing by the fire pit. Make Elk Horn your home away from home while exploring.

$96 per night
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Relaxing Riverfront Cabin

You'll fall in love the moment you set foot in this charming cabin overlooking the Snoqualmie River. Imagine waking up, lighting up the stove, reading while sipping tea on the deck. A perfect place for inspiration, quiet, romance, rejuvenation.

$145 per night

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Washington fishing cabin rentals

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Teague's Cabin on the River
$124 per night
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  2. Port Angeles
01 Codfish Cottage Cabin
$182 per night
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  2. Olympia
Waterfront Cabin on Puget Sound
$74 per night
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  2. Port Angeles
13 Moonlight Ridge
$120 per night
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  2. Gig Harbor
Beautiful Oasis Getaway
$168 per night
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Cedars Nest: Riverfront cottage in the trees
$113 per night
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South Fork Cabin RiverFront cozy cabin
$143 per night
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  2. Port Townsend
Secluded Beach Cabin on Historic Discovery Bay
$130 per night
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  2. Mount Vernon
Private remodeled home on Lake Cavanaugh
$177 per night
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  2. Concrete
Charming Cabin Getaway w/Hot Tub & River Mt. Views
$235 per night
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CABIN + 50ft DOCK + OUTDOOR BATH + SITS ON LAKE
$170 per night
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"By The Sea" Newer Cabin… Extra Clean by RN Owner
$141 per night

Waterfront cabin rentals in Washington

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Eagles' Bluff
$115 per night
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  2. Baring
Cozy Romantic Mountain River Hot Tub A-Frame Cabin
$182 per night
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02 Captains Quarters Cabin
$182 per night
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Cedar-Stone River House: Cozy & whimsical w/ hot tub under towering mountains
$208 per night
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  2. Tahuya
Dog-Friendly Lakefront Cabin with Free WiFi, Wood Stove, Firepit, Floating Dock
$180 per night
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03 Halibut Hole Cabin
$182 per night
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  2. Ashford
Lakefront & year-round hot tub! King size bed & Pet friendly!
$152 per night
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SKY-HI, Skykomish Riverfront Cabin, Pet Friendly
$114 per night
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  2. Index
SaghalieDehCho /Paradise @ the edge of the world.
$178 per night
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  2. Peshastin
* Hansel Creek Gust Tree House * On 150 Acres
$236 per night
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DaisyWander - Riverfront A-Frame w/ Cedar Hot Tub
$186 per night
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  2. Belfair
Serene, rustic, luxurious escape! Beach & Hot Tub
$190 per night

Lakefront cabin rentals in Washington

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Canyon Creek Cabins: #3
$314 per night
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Hebe's Hideout Wooded Paradise near Mount Rainier
$163 per night
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River Rock Cottage - Riverfront Cabin Retreat
$200 per night
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  2. Yacolt
River Cottage
$165 per night
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  2. Maple Falls
Unplug and Unwind
$230 per night
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Hülya - Time to unwind
$186 per night
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  2. Packwood
Cozy River Cabin at Mt. Rainier
$344 per night
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  2. Sequim
The Tree House
$168 per night
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Pillar Rock Cannery Escape. (Coho Cabin)
$188 per night
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Sol Duc Serenity- Riverfront +hot tub +Nat'l Park
$325 per night
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  2. Glacier
Mt. Baker Twin Tree House 1 Glacier 4 beds hot tub
$181 per night
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~Hansel Creek Loft Cabin! Creek Views on 150 Acres
$121 per night

Your guide to Washington

All About Washington

From its lush rainforests to its towering snow-capped mountains, breathtaking coastline, scenic islands, and vibrant cities, the state of Washington serves up spectacular views at every turn.

In the state’s western region along Puget Sound, you’ll find some of Washington’s most dynamic cities, including Seattle, Bellevue, Bellingham, Tacoma, and the state’s capital, Olympia. These metropolitan hubs provide some of the best opportunities to experience the area’s thriving arts and culture at places like The Washington State History Museum in Tacoma, Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture at the University of Washington, and Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle.

Discover the state’s diverse landscapes and watch for whales by exploring Olympic National Park, North Cascades National Park, or the San Juan Islands. Eastern Washington is also home to some of the state’s gems including Manito Park, Riverfront Park, and the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.

As the largest producer of apples in the country, Washington has flourishing apple orchards — grab some from local u-pick farms or just marvel at the varieties on display at grocery stores throughout the state.


How do I get around Washington?

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) and Spokane International Airport (GEG) are Washington’s main air transportation hubs. A comprehensive public transportation system with buses, ferries, and rail networks services the Puget Sound region, spanning Seattle, Tacoma, Bellevue, and many cities throughout the state. Ride-hailing services, taxis, and car rentals are also readily available. A car rental may be the best option for getting around, especially if you plan to explore any of the national parks located outside of the cities.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Washington?

The best time to visit Washington depends on what you’re looking to do here and where you plan to travel within the state. Summer is generally one of the best times to reserve a cabin for rent in Washington and explore the state’s natural sights and lively cities, although note that it can get really hot as you move from the western parts of the state to the eastern areas. During the summer months, you can expect blue skies, sunshine, and limited rainfall. The comfortable temperatures serve as an exceptional backdrop for any sightseeing and outdoor activities at popular spots like the Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest. Expect stretches of overcast and rainy weather throughout most of the year regardless of the season. Temperatures significantly dip during the winter and often bring blasts of arctic air and snowfall, with temperature extremes hitting the eastern part of the state the hardest. Winter offers optimal conditions for hitting the slopes of Mount Baker, The Summit at Snoqualmie, Mount Rainier, and Stevens Pass.


What are the top things to do in Washington?

Seattle

Seattle, Washington’s largest city, has some of the state’s most iconic sights. Make your way to Pike Place Market to watch the catch of the day being tossed by fishmongers, browse the Museum of Pop Culture, or make your way to Gas Works Park for a stunning view of the Seattle skyline and Lake Union. Browse vintage shops or check out a few of the many cafes serving specialty coffee. Fresh ingredients and seafood are a staple part of local dining and can be enjoyed at many of the restaurants sprinkled throughout the city. Make your way to the iconic Space Needle, built for the 1962 World’s Fair and now used as a restaurant and observation deck where you can take in sweeping views of the city and Mount Rainier.

Mount Rainier National Park

Mount Rainier National Park encompasses alpine meadows, valleys, waterfalls, dense forests, and some of the country’s largest glaciers. The park is home to many different wildlife, including black bears, mountain goats, elk, and bird life. Explore the hiking trails that meander throughout Mount Rainier for panoramic views of the verdant landscape. During the summer, vibrant wildflowers blanket the meadow tops.

Leavenworth

Nestled at the base of the Cascade Mountains lies Leavenworth — a Bavarian-style village that will make you feel as if you’ve been transported to Germany. The streets of this charming mountain town are adorned with colorful buildings resembling traditional Bavarian architecture, which house boutiques, shops selling hand-crafted goods, bakeries, and cafes. The winter holiday season is an especially popular time as snowfall blankets the mountains and transforms Leavenworth into a winter wonderland. Fun holiday traditions like the Village of Lights festival animates the town.