Experience the natural beauty of Washington state parks year round by spending the
night in a comfortable and affordable yurt, cabin or
rustic shelter. These accommodations are a perfect alternative to camping
and a great way to enjoy the beauty of nature without "roughing it." Yurts and cabins have
simple and comfortable furnishings and also have electricity and heat. Yurts, cabins and
rustic shelters are available for rent at several state parks.
Yurts and cabins
Renting a yurt or cabin is an affordable and convenient way to vacation at a Washington state park.
Yurts and cabins provide the basic comforts of heating, electricity and furnishings that allow visitors
to enjoy the beauty of nature year round without "roughing it." And the price per night for up to six
people is as low as $49.
These circular, domed tents are made of extra-heavy, durable canvas and have spacious interiors with
skylights, screened windows, hardwood floors and locking doors. Traditionally, yurts served as strong
shelters for nomadics in Asia. Yurts sleep up to six people.
These cozy, wooden cabins have spacious interiors, windows, hardwood floors, covered porches and
furnishings. Cabins sleep four to six people.
Unique rustic shelters
Quartz Mountain Fire Lookout
For an adventurous and memorable vacation, spend the night in the fire lookout that sits atop the
rocky summit in Mount Spokane State Park. Perched at an elevation of 5,129 feet, the
lookout provides stunning views of the Spokane valley, the north Idaho panhandle and the Selkirk Mountains.
The fire lookout sleeps four people.
Fields Spring state park is home to the only two teepees at a Washington state park.
With room to sleep eight, these teepees are a fun alternative to tent camping.
Dosewallips state park offers these modern, white-canvas platform tents which are situated in
a maple forest near the Dosewallips River. This tent design was traditionally used by early loggers,
miners and pioneers in the Hood Canal region. Each platform tent sleeps five people.
Please note: Washington State Parks pass discounts do no apply to yurts, cabins, vacation
houses or other shelters providing overnight accommodations.