Log Cabin Resort. Photos and info about the Log Cabin Lodge Resort at Lake Crescent in the Olympic National Park, including lodging and dining options.
Nestled between trees and water, the Log Cabin Resort may not be called fancy, but the rustic accommodations are buoyed by location, location, location.
This beautiful and peaceful spot on the sunny north shore of pristine Lake Crescent is a perfect family vacation spot. Large green lawns sweep from the resort down to the lake making the ideal spot for lazing by the sunny shore while the kids run and play.
There's enough to do on Lake Crescent to keep a busy family occupied. Choose from boating, paddle boarding, kayaking, hiking, biking and more. And it's close enough for day trips to nearby attractions, like Hurricane Ridge, Hoh Rainforest, Marymere Falls, Sol Duc River Valley, Port Angeles, Forks and many coastal beaches.
3183 East Beach Road, Olympic National Park, WA 98363
+1 (855) 289-2638
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In the evenings, after the kids quiet down, relax in the main lobby with a glass of wine and the spectacular view. Or roast marshmallows over the fire outside and watch the sun dip below the mountains.
Along with RV sites and tent camping sites, there are five types of lodging to choose from. All are non-smoking:
Amenities: Waterfront, mountain views, private bath, double bed and double futon downstairs with double bed in loft. Mini fridge, microwave, and coffee pot but no cooking utensils. Close walk to restaurant. Max of 6 people. No pets allowed.
Waterfront, mountain views, 2 queen beds, private bath, mini fridge, microwave, coffee pot; no cooking utensils. Max of 4 people. No pets allowed.
2 double beds, electricity, picnic table, fire ring. No plumbing; communal restrooms with showers are available nearby. Max 4 people. Pets allowed.
Original 1920s cabins with 2 double beds, private bath, kitchenette with appliances but no cooking or eating utensils. Max 4 people. Pets allowed.
Primitive cabins built in 1928, lake and mountain views, electricity, private baths, with a variety of sleeping options for 3-4 people. Pets allowed.
Other amenities at the Log Cabin Resort include laundry facilities and general store. Internet access is limited.
Rates range from $85-$200 per night. The resort is open during summer only (mid-May to early October) so check the website for details on rates and dates.
The Sunnyside Cafe, casual and comfortable, is situated in the main lodge with its wide open view of Lake Crescent. Enjoy the breakfast buffet between 8-11AM, children under 4 eat free. Lunch and dinner menus feature soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers, pizza, pasta and desserts. Reservations are not required but are recommended.
The Lakeside Deli is a convenient spot for a quick take-out to enjoy on the lawn by the lake or in the boat on the lake.
Olympic National Park Restaurant: Lakeside Deli
The Resort began as the Log Hotel, originally a two story log cabin built in 1895 by Mr. Saunders of Port Townsend, WA. The Log Hotel was the first hotel built on the shores of Lake Crescent. It was built entirely of peeled cedar logs, with an observation tower, main lounge with large fireplace and dining room with bedrooms on the upper level.
After it burned down in 1932, the current Log Cabin Lodge was built on the site in the early 1950s, which by then had become part of the Olympic National Park.
More on the history of Lake Crescent
More on the history of the Olympic National Park
Across Lake Crescent on its south shore and out of view of the Log Cabin Lodge sits Lake Crescent Lodge, which is another Olympic National Park facility. Follow these links for more info on Lake Crescent, Lake Crescent Lodge, and associated food and lodging options.
Overview of all Olympic National Park Lodging Here.
More about Lake Crescent here.
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