Log Cabin Resort

Port Angeles, Washington

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On the north end of the stunning Olympic National Park lies Log Cabin Resort, a rustic retreat for seekers of incredible views, fun beach days, and the immersion in the natural world. These cabins hark back to the days of summer camp, with lakeside cabins nestled in old growth cedars and firs. Each accommodation has great views, allowing you to peacefully wake up with the sun as it rises over the calm waters of Lake Crescent. A variety of accommodations are available, including Lakeside Chalets, Comfortable Lodge Rooms, Camper Cabins, Rustic Cabins, Camping Log Cabins, as well as Full hook-up RV sites, and tent camping sites.

The resort is also home to a great restaurant, should you get hungry, a general store (beer, wine, sandwiches, ice cream, candy, seasonal clothing items)., and boat rentals (paddle boats, stand up paddleboards, canoes, kayak) for exploring the clear, glassy waters of Lake Crescent.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Kayak Lake Crescent

    From the Log Cabin Resort located on the east shore of Lake Crescent, rent a kayak and spend the day on the water! My husband and I rented a kayak on our honeymoon for a day and explored half of the lake staying close to the east shore.You can se...

  • Hike the Spruce Railroad Trail

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    8 miles 250 ft gain

  • Hike Mount Storm King in Olympic NP

    The trailhead is located right next to the Storm King ranger station adjacent to Lake Crescent right off Hwy 101 just past Port Angeles if heading West.It shares the same trail as, and breaks off left from the Marymere Falls trail (also worth seei...

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