normal cleaning practices have always included disinfecting door handles, light switches etc.
We will be extra vigilant
during this time to make sure that guests and staff are safe from virus germs and other bacteria.
All bedding, including
toppers are sanitized between cleanings.
This means no throw pillows, decorative pillows, or large comforters will be used.
are welcome to bring extra blankets from home if you like more blankets on the bed.
We will have extra blankets
that have been sanitized and bagged, if you use them you must leave them out so we know they need to be cleaned.
We will provide
bed sheets, pillowcases, a blanket and a thin bed topper.
We apologize that they will be white and rather boring in design,
not the usual cabin décor we are used to providing, but this is what we need to do in order to stop the spread of COVID
19. Seems like a fair trade off at this time.
All surfaces of the cabin will be sprayed with a sanitizer. This includes sofas and
We will also be leaving extra sanitizer under the sink in case you want to use it. We want you to fee safe and comfortable,
and if extra cleaning helps you then we want to make that easy for you.
The mountains are a great place to visit during this
time. We hope these extra measures we will be taking allow you to enjoy your vacation worry free.
Cancellation policy changes:
Please note that any bookings made after March 23rd, 2020 will have our normal cancelation policy of 30
days. You now know that COVID is happening, so if you book, please plan to keep your reservation. We will expect you to cancel
30 days prior in order to get a refund, munus the $50 cancellation fee.
Please contact us via email to request changes if you booked prior to March 23rd. We will do our
best to work with you, especially if you need to fly in from out of town during the month of April. We can issue gift certificates
or change your dates for you when possible. If you are driving up to the moutains and are healthy please try to keep your
Here is a
list of Mount Rainier Recreations areas that are open and a list of those that are currenty closed. More areas are opening
Mount Rainier National Park is open in the followng areas: HW
123 Cayuse Pass is open. Ohanapacosh is open for hiking. You can also park near that entrance and hike to the grove of the
Patriarchs. In stage 2 Mount Rainier Should be open at our Entrance, The Nisqually Entrance.
Northwest Trek is now open!
OPEN FOR DAY USE ONLY
* Ashford County park walking trail * Boat launches for fishing at Alder and Mineral Lakes * Federation Forest State Park
Mount Tahoma Trails open for day use, huts remain closed.
* Pack Forest trails
TEMPORARILY CLOSED * Crystal Mountain Resort
* Mt. Rainier Railroad & Logging Museum * Mud Mountain Recreation Area *
Restaurants open in our Area, all to go:
Whitteker Cafe and Espresso
Rainier Cottages at Mt. Rainier