Holiday Adventures at Mount Rainier

Three days of memory-making experiences at The Mountain

Is there anything more quintessentially Northwest than mountains and pine trees? Take some time to get out of the city and into nature with your family this season. Grab your flannel, load the kids into the Subaru, and enjoy the perfect holiday escape in the Mount Rainier foothills.

Lodging at Mt. Rainier

Cozy cabins and cottages are the perfect home base for family adventures. Find your own personal paradise with our ultimate list of Mount Rainier cabins. A cabin gives your family privacy and a sense of cozy isolation. Some even provide special amenities such as board games, fireplaces and firewood, and hot tubs.

Have you ever stayed in a National Park before? Both the Paradise Inn and National Park Inn are located inside the park boundaries. Paradise Inn closes for the winter season, so we recommend the National Park Inn at Longmire. This historic lodge offers the opportunity to step outside your room into a snowy wonderland, then retreat back to a cup of cocoa after a snowball fight. Embrace your winter getaway sans electronics - there are no televisions, cell service, or internet at the National Park Inn.

Whatever lodging option is best for your family, you'll create memorable holiday experiences nestled in the snow and pines at Mount Rainier.