Copper Creek Inn,
Cabins and Lodge
Resort at Mount Rainier
Copper Creek Inn at Mount Rainier provides a variety of both economical and secluded upscale lodging for Mt Rainier visitors. The 11 plus woodland acres, intersected by the Copper Creek, has unique cabins with private hot tubs, scattered throughout the property. Many are waterfront accommodations. One off site cabin, on 8 acres with a pond is pet friendly. All are family friendly.
Copper Creek Inn, Cabins and Lodge, located 2 miles west of the the Nisqually (southwest) entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park, is a small resort with two suites and one sleeping room upstairs from historic Copper Creek Restaurant. Nine cabins are scattered throughout the pristine 10+ acres that is surrounded by Nisqually Land Trust and Forest Service land.
Beautiful Cabins scattered throughout the 11 acres provide plenty of spaces to explore, solitude, spots for games and privacy for all.
Enjoy the beautiful acreage, wooded areas, the creek, fire pits and big open grassy areas for games and gathering.
The roaring, rocky Copper Creek intersects the property with plenty of spots to steal away and enjoy the solitude. One off site cabin on 8 acres is also offered by Copper Creek Inn Cabins and Lodge. Enjoy the beautiful acreage, wooded areas, the creek, fire pits and big open grassy areas for games and gathering.
Ten+ acres include forested areas, open fields, Copper Creek and a variety of unique cabins. Historic Copper Creek Lodge (below) was built in 1919 and has been fully restored.
A few cabins have hot tubs along the creek, others have tubs in woodland settings.
Copper Creek intersects the 11 acre property. Find a spot to call your own and enjoy.
The Copper Creek Inn property is lush.
Mt Rainier National Park offers opportunities for scenic drives, hikes and exploring, museums and visitor centers. Spend more than a day. There is so much to see. The park is a complex ecosystem with diverse vegetation. Wildlife, glaciers, wildflowers, forests, rivers, lakes can all be explored.
Wildflowers are abundant in early summer.
Mt Rainier National Park is open year round. In the summer, hike the extensive network of trails, picnic, sight see, take photos. Winter activities include snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and tubing. Check the current road status before going in the winter.
Tatoosh range at Mt Rainier as viewed from near Paradise.
Copper Creek intersects the property, providing privacy along the creek for guests, a picnic area for take out restaurant customers. The sound of the creek lulls the overnight guests to sleep.
The most unique lodging on the "Mountains to the Sound" tour of Washington State
Mile for mile, the best, most interesting and affordable way to see the state!
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