Hidden away in the Cascade Mountains, Canyon Creek Cabins offer a secluded and peaceful getaway for travelers looking to experience the rugged beauty of the mountains without sacrificing comfort. With its private cabins, scenic hiking trails, and beautiful views of the surrounding mountains, these cabins are the perfect place to get acquainted with the Cascades.
Just an hour’s drive from Seattle, these cabins are filled with personality. Cabins #1 and #3 were originally built in the 1970s as fishing cabins, and have since been remodeled to include two bedrooms, a bathroom, open kitchen, and fireplaces. Cabin #2, located right between the two others, consists of two buildings connected by a covered deck. The first building is a converted shipping container with a bathroom, kitchen, dining room, and outdoor patio, while the second is a sleeping cabin with glass sunroom and stone fireplace. All cabins have outdoor seating and a hot tub facing the river.
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When you stay in one of these cabins, there are no shortage of things to do. If you’re looking to explore, there are hiking and biking trails that wind through the Cascade Mountains, while those who prefer to relax can take advantage of a variety of outdoor games like horseshoes and cornhole. In the evening, you can sit around the fire pit and roast marshmallows while enjoying the company of your fellow guests. It’s basically camping, but with a luxurious spin.
The area is perfect for those who enjoy hiking, with several nearby hiking areas like Gothic Basin, Big Four Ice Caves, Mt. Pilchuck Fire Lookout, Lake Twenty-Two, and Heather Lake. There are a wide range of trails on the Cascade Loop Highway for all skill levels, from beginner to advanced.
And you certainly can’t visit Canyon Creek without seeing its waterfalls. There are three main waterfalls located within the canyon — the first is known as “Little Falls,” cascading down into a small pool at the bottom. The second is called “Big Falls,” and drops over two tiers into a deep pool below. The third waterfall is “Middle Falls,” which tumbles down over an exposed rock face before crashing into a deep pool at the bottom.