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The Copper Creek Inn has a range of housing options to choose from; it can accomodate single travelers only needing minimal space, and it is also a great option for a large gathering of up to 20 people. The large cabins come stocked with wood for the fireplaces along with access to the hot tubs and Adirondack chairs along the creek running through the property. The small cabins are more rustic, but they still make for a pleasant stay. Being a short walk away from the restaurant is a great benefit because you're never too far away from a cold beer or freshly made pie. Overall, Copper Creek Inn is a great destination to stay just outside of Mount Rainier National Park. From here, you're less than an hour away from Paradise Park, and it's very simple to make there-and-back trips into the park each day if necessary. Since Mount Rainier National Park lodging options are often booked far in advance, this is a great backup plan (even though it would make for a solid initial plan).

Logistics + Planning

Congestion

Frequently full

Parking Pass

None

Open Year-round

No

Open from

July 01 to September 04

Price per night

$161+/night

Pros

Numerous reservation options. Great access to Mount Rainier. Good restaurant next door.

Cons

Often booked in the summer.

Pets allowed

Allowed with Restrictions

Reservations possible

Yes

Reservation phone number

1 (360) 569-2799

Features

ADA accessible
Heating (forced air or radient)
Firewood for sale
Near lake or river
Wildlife
Old-growth forest
Firewood provided
Flushing toilets
Family friendly
Potable water
Kitchen
Electricity
Outdoor fire pit/BBQ
Wi-Fi
Wildflowers

Access

Vehicle

Location

Field Guide

Nearby Lodging + Camping

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