Little Fir Cabin is nestled in a cozy community minutes from the entrance to Mount Rainier National Park (Nisqually Entrance). As you enter the cabin, you begin to feel a warm welcome that will create memories for a lifetime. Rain, snow, or shine you can enjoy the tranquility of Mother Nature at the tips of your fingers with a campfire or relax in the hot tub among the stars. You can also snuggle up to watch your favorite movies or enjoy a nice book with peace surrounding you.
“This little place was great! I appreciated the bird watching, including some chickens that came by. The grill was easy to use and it was fun eating on the screened porch. It's a great location too, you can walk to the river. There are also good places to eat nearby, I recommend the Paradise Village restaurant, especially their cannolis at their bakery! Lori had everything we needed. No complaints from our stay!”
Get away from it all, and enjoy what the forest has to offer. This cozy cabin is the perfect place to unwind, or if you prefer, use it as your home base while you hike, xcountry ski, or snowshoe, or visit Mount Rainier and the surrounding area.
“This is an amazing place! It is very nice, clean and very well kept. In addition to cozy and stylish decor it also has quality appliances and flooring. The carpet looks brand new. We also appreciated the front and back decks/patios and outdoor dinning table and jacuzzi! I would totally recommend Robert's place and would love to stay there again!”
Cozy Little Blu A-frame cabin just up the road from the Mt. Rainier National Park Nisqually entrance. Perfect place to come home to with a full kitchen, bathroom, and modern living room after a day hiking in the park, or curl up and stay in for the day with a movie and fire in the wood stove. Restaurants nearby make for a quiet mountain getaway with convenient amenities. WiFi included. Note: Must be able to use the pull down ladder to access the bedroom loft upstairs
“The cabin is very cozy and modern. We really enjoyed using the wood burning stove. It really heated up the place on the colder nights. The kitchen has lots of appliances if you want to cook. There is also a coffee maker and filters. We cooked most of the meals there and didn’t have any trouble finding the right tools. The location is also great because it’s only 5 miles from Rainer parking entrance. So we didn’t have to drive far after coming back from a tiring hike. The only downsides are getting up and down the ladder to the cute bedroom and sometimes there are little spiders around. But that’s sort of expected in the woods!”