Private cabin on a bluff overlooking the Hoh River *No river access*, 20 miles S of Forks. Shared port-a-potty on site. Good for groups. Fire pit out front, wood stove inside (it is still an open cabin). No beds, power or running water. Cabin is 12'x16'. Can fit a tent inside and more tent areas near cabin. Parking next to cabin. Bring water. Picnic table included. Right off of HWY 101, traffic is audible. Pets ok, clean up after them. Hammock hooks inside! 3rd party $5 firewood bundles on site.
“We rented the river view cabin and hooked up a hammock, set up some tents and have a fire pit/wood stove to cook with. I liked that there were porta potties and wood on site. We were only 9 min from ruby beach which is now our favorite beach and 30 min from the hall of moss trail. It was the perfect spot for our family and the kids got to run around safely. We had a lot of fun and will be back again.”
Secluded cabin in pristine wooded setting on the banks of the Bogachiel River, located midway between Forks and the Hoh Rain Forest, half-hour from beaches and trails of Olympic National Park. Double bed/ queen futon/ airbeds. Riverbank fire pit.
“We love this place so much, lovely cabin on the river surrounded in the woods with skylights. Stephanie is a super host. We really appreciate all the extra little thoughtful things she provided to make our stay as pleasant and easy as possible. Disposable plates, utensils, fire starters, snacks, sandwich ziplock bags, floats for the river, and tons of puzzles and even children's books to entertain my little one. We will definitely come back to this lovely hidden gems.”
“Jason's apartment was perfect for our overnight stop in Forks. The apartment itself is over a garage next door to a house in a very quiet area. The apartment was clean and very spacious. The location was perfect for our halfway stop while exploring the Olympic Peninsula. Forks is small but there were a handful of restaurants to choose from to get dinner. Jason was kind enough to provide a list of recommended things to do and places to eat. We appreciate that Jason's place is dog-friendly.”