Weekend Getaway: Rent an Olympic National Forest cabin

craig.hill@thenewstribune.comApril 26, 2013 

Rent an Olympic National Forest cabin

What: Olympic National Forest has three cabins available to rent. The cabins make ideal base camps for various adventures on the Olympic Peninsula.

Where: The Hamma Hamma and Interrorem cabins are near Hoodsport, and the Louella Cabin is near Sequim.

History: During the Great Depression, the Hamma Hamma Cabin was constructed as an administration building for Forest Service fire and trail crews. Interrorem Cabin was built in 1907 as the forest’s first administration building. The Louella Cabin was built as a guard station in 1912.

Capacity: The Hamma Hamma and Louella cabins have room for six people and the Interrorem Cabin sleeps four.

Activities: There are a variety of activities in Olympic National Forest and nearby Olympic National Park. All three cabins are available to rent year round.

Cost: Cabins range from $50-$60 per night.

Information: Go to recreation.gov or call 877-444-6777 for cabin reservations.


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