Cedar Springs Cabin
Sleeps 4: 2 Queen bedrooms
- 2 Queen bedrooms
- Room for aerobed in the living room for an additional 2
Newly remodeled spacious kitchen
- Gas range
- Full sized refrigerator
- Dish Washer
- Coffee maker, grinder and fresh whole bean French roast coffee
- Dishes, silverware, cooking utensils, pots and pans
- Small dining table and chairs
- Antique bread table
Spacious Living room
- Two Sofas, Rocking Chair
- Beautiful gas fireplace with stone hearth – Thermostat controlled
- Dining area with chairs for 6
- Flat screen TV for movies (no television reception)
Recently remodeled bathroom
- Bowl sink on beefy hand built cabinet
- Beautiful Tile work above tub and on floor
- Shower over tub
- Pond stocked with rainbow trout
- Propane BBQ grill
- Picnic table
- Hot tub in log gazebo, surrounded by a grove of huge old cedars
3 miles to Mt Rainier National Park
The kitchen was newly remodeled in 2019 with brand new cabinets, open shelving, a new floor, and paint. It retains the vintage charm of the 1950s kitchen enhanced by modern convenience like a dishwasher.
The bathroom of Cedar Springs Cabin was completely remodeled in 2017. It has a cedar slab vanity with a glass bowl sink, a new bathtub with shower overhead, and a beautiful tile surround.
The two vacation homes are some distance apart. You can’t see one from the other. The property is gorgeous. It is frequented by elk in the early mornings and at dusk. You’ll occasionally see coyote, deep, wild rabbits, bald eagle, egrets, ducks, Canadian geese, and blue heron. Walk up to the pond with your fishing pole to catch dinner. The pond is stocked annually and the trout are abundant.
Cedar Springs Cabin near the entrance to Mt Rainier National Park.
Cedar Springs Cabin, a vertical log cabin built about 1920, was once a working farm in the Ashford Valley. It is three miles west of the entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park. The 11-acre property includes a grove of old cedars, with hot tub tucked under them, open pasture and a pond that is stocked annually with rainbow trout. Guests are invited to fish for their dinner but asked to limit their catch to one per person. Located 1-mile from Copper Creek Inn and 3 miles from the National Park entrance, it shares the eleven-acre property with Tahoma Canyon Home. There is no line of sight from one to the other.
Visit Mt Rainier National Park
Continue east three miles to the entrance of Mt Rainier National Park. There is an endless number of trails to explore, unsurpassed scenery, a visitor center, and several museums inside the Park. Hike, take photos, tour by car. Whatever you do, don’t miss seeing this incredible park.