The Best Cabins Near Hood River & Mount St. Helens

Our romantic and luxurious Cabins near Hood River offer a stunning, tranquil four-season getaway in the Columbia River Gorge. Our cabins are just across the river and west of Hood River in the charming Washington town of Carson. Our romantic getaway cabins near Hood River are well-situated in the Gorge, affording our guests access to Hood River, White Salmon, and the Columbia River Gorge, the expansive Gifford Pinchot National Forest, and the south side of Mount St. Helens.

The Gifford Pinchot National Forest is a true gem in Washington. It covers over one million acres in southern Washington, extending from Mount Rainier National Park in the north to the Columbia River Gorge in the south. The Gifford Pinchot National Forest includes access to the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument. Though there are several access points to the Mount St. Helens area, the closest to us, and also one of the least crowded areas, is the southern entrance.

With easy access to some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the state of Washington, it’s easy to see why guests return to our cabins near Hood River year after year. However, they keep returning for more reasons than just our great locations. Our cabins offer our guests a sanctuary perfect for romantic escapes and getaways filled with adventure. In a world filled with so many distractions, there’s nothing better than unplugging and relaxing in a way you simply can’t do at home.

Whether you spend your getaway hiking and biking throughout the Gorge or simply relaxing and marveling at our breathtaking natural surroundings, you’ll soon see why our cabins near Hood River are so popular. Embrace the quiet solitude of Mother Nature and book your stay at our luxury cabins in Washington today!

Relax in these beautiful hammocks at sunset at our top-rated Hood River cabins

The Best Cabins Near Hood River

Whether your goal is to hike through the spectacular old growth of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest or to explore the waterfall corridor along the Columbia River Gorge, there’s no better place to serve as your home base than our luxury Cabins near Hood River. We’re located just across the Bridge of the Gods from downtown Hood River and offer easy access to all the best things to do in the Columbia River Gorge. From hikes in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest to skiing at Mt. Hood, the Columbia River Gorge offers fantastic year-round recreation. Summers are adventure-filled and delightful, but perhaps no season is more majestic than fall in the gorge. 

It’s the fall, after all, when the traditional greens of the deep evergreen forests get speckled with various shades of yellows and oranges – and even a few crimson-hued touches here and there. It takes the already jaw-dropping scenery to an entirely new level. Add to that a quieter season when the busy summer crowds have gone home and back to work, and you have the makings of a truly relaxing getaway. Add to the scenery the friendly chirp of birds and the occasional visit from native wildlife, and you can start to see why our Cabins near Hood River are such a restful place to retreat. 

Our cabins near Hood River are comprised of ten distinct units, each of them unique, but all with the same high-end amenities and creature comforts from home. Each cabin features gas fireplaces, jetted tubs with dead sea bath salts for generous soaks, covered porches with private seating and swings, and exceptional concierge service. Some of our cabins are even dog-friendly, so you can enjoy the area with your four-legged best friend!

In the mornings, we also offer an optional breakfast that can be enjoyed in the lodge or privately in your cabin. Our multi-course breakfasts are different every day but always feature a delicious main course that gives you just the right amount of fuel for the adventure ahead. After breakfast, take the time to enjoy our nine gorgeous acres with seating areas and gardens placed all around. From natural meadows and manicured gardens to towering forests and mountain views, our gardens and grounds offer a delightful setting to kick back and relax.

When you need a break from everything outdoors, don’t forget to take advantage of our on-site massage services – just make sure you schedule with us in advance to ensure an appointment is available during your stay. Make your stay at our Cabins near Hood River even more memorable by taking advantage of our romantic packages and action-packed adventure excursions. It won’t take you long to see why our cabins near Hood River are the perfect destination for your romantic and adventure-laden escapes. 

Two women hikers in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest near our Hood River Cabins

Explore the Gifford Pinchot National Forest This Fall

There’s plenty of recreation along the Columbia River – but just to the north of us is one of our most treasured places, the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. This incredible area protects an impressive 1.3 million acres, including old-growth forests, watersheds, diverse wildlife habitats, and two of the most prominent peaks in Washington, Mount Adams, and Mount St. Helens. 

We have several favorite destinations within the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. One of our favorites is the Mount St. Helens Area, particularly the southern part of the National Volcanic Monument. 

Mount St. Helens South, which is accessed by Gifford Pinchot National Forest Service Roads 81 & 83, is characterized by vast lava flows, stunning waterfalls, some of the best caves in Washington, and lush forests perfect for hiking, mountain biking, and more. There’s an incredible diversity of things to do in this portion of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, but a few of our favorite highlights include the following: 

  1. Go hiking at the Ape Cave Interpretive Site. This two-mile lava tube is one of the most popular caves in Washington.
  2. Hiking the Lava Canyon Trail and the Lava Canyon Interpretive Site
  3. The Lahar Viewpoint Interpretive Site offers outstanding views of Mount St. Helen’s south side – the part relatively untouched by the blast of 1980.
  4. Explore the Trail of Two Forests, an area that tells the story of a 2,000-year-old lava flow from Mount St. Helens.
  5. For unforgettable waterfall views, hike to one of our favorites, Lower Lewis Falls

When you’re done exploring this portion of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, return to our cabins near Hood River to put your feet up, soak the sore muscles away with our dead sea bath salts, and enjoy the most restful night of sleep you’ll ever have away from home. Book your cabin today! 

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