If you're looking for a place to unplug from technology and experience the beauty of the Olympic National Forest, this cabin is the place for you.
This classic 1950’s lake cabin is nestled in the woods with the Olympic National Park behind it and Lake Sutherland only a few steps out the door. The cabin has all original cedar with huge windows facing the lake, wood beamed ceilings and a cozy wood burning stove. This lakefront property has a sense of privacy, nestled in a cove, with an impressive deck and dock area.
There are two bedrooms with queen size beds in the main cabin, a bathroom with a shower, and two sofa beds in the living room (a full size bed and a twin bed). There is also a second, private cabin with a queen bed, half bath and deck, that has a tree house feel.
If you like adventures, you will not run out of things to do. The location is a perfect base for so many short trips to Lake Crescent, Hurricane Ridge, SolDuc hot springs, ocean beaches, the ferry to Victoria, hundreds of hiking trails, and the state's best fly fishing rivers. In the summer, you can waterski, inner tube or kayak on the lake. In the winter, you can ski or inner tube at Hurricane Ridge.
If you like relaxing, you will not want to go anywhere else. The deck is as big as the cabin and has steps into the lake. In the summer, you can swim, kayak or have a campfire. In the fall, you will see gorgeous colors all around. In the winter, you feel like you’re on the lake even when you’re on the couch next to the wood burning stove with a good book or playing games at the table. There is no wi-fi or cable to distract you from being present. Running next to the property is a creek that flows year around.
“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home…” John Muir