Log Cabin Resort offers a variety of accommodations 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.
6 Lodge Rooms & A-frame Chalets
11 Rustic & Camper Cabins
Tent Sites (bicycle sites available)
2.5 hours from Victoria, B.C., 3 hours from Seattle, - 4.5 hours from Portland
Other onsite amenities include restaurant, deli, boat rentals (paddle boats, stand up paddle boards, canoes, kayak), coin operated washer/dryer, and general store (beer, wine, sandwiches, ice cream, candy, seasonal clothing items).
Originally built as the Log Cabin Hotel, it was erected in 1895 overlooking beautiful Lake Crescent by Mr. Saunders, a Collector of Customs from Port Townsend. It was a handsomely constructed two-story building of peeled cedar logs. The hotel was a ''far-famed'' vacation spot until it fell victim to fire in 1932.
Log Cabin Resort was constructed at the same location in the early fifties on Lake Crescent, located within what is now known as Olympic National Park, a World Heritage Park, designated a National Park by Congress in 1938.
The Resort is proud to be a family oriented resort. We continue to welcome third and fourth generations of families renewing their summer traditions in July and August to enjoy the trails, spectacular waterfalls, snow-capped mountains and deep blue waters.
3183 E. Beach Road, Port Angeles