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Steps to the Lake and Right in National Park
User: europeantravel-7 from: Goshen, New York
Published Date: Oct, 27, 2021
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2021
Rating: 5
On our trip to Olympic National Park we stayed at The Log Cabin Resort. My sister and I both had a chalet next to each other. The Chalets were not fancy but clean and roomy. Each had two double beds (One in the Loft), with comfortable mattresses and a nice shower and bathroom. There was a small table inside and a picnic table out the back. I liked that we had a front and back door. The Chalet was steps to the beautiful lake. It is nice staying right in the park. Sunset and sunrise were both breath taking. I highly recommend staying here.

Nice location but definitely a campground feel
User: familytraveler06904 from: Grand Rapids, Michigan
Published Date: Aug, 24, 2021
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2021
Rating: 2
We stayed in the A frame chalets that were right on the water. We had a great view of the lake right from our room and it was nice to open the door and be right on the water. The chalets have 8 rooms in one unit so it is not an individual cabin. Every time the person next to us opened and closed their door it shook the cabin a bit. The campgound was right behind us so there were always a lot of people around and many large groups who were quite noisy. It's definitely not a quiet and relaxing cabin on the lake if you're looking for that. It seems more like a place for families and large groups to go together. The cabin itself was very old and outdated. It was clean and it had a bed and futon on the main level and a double bed up the stairs in the loft. It had a mini fride and microwave and it was a good size. The main problem was that it was EXTREMELY hot! We walked in and could barely breathe. There is no AC and there was no wind at all coming in the direction of the doors and windows. Since the A frames are all in a line, you only have doors and windows on the east and west side, so even though we (and most everyone else) kept both doors and all windows open, no breeze ever came in. I had to go to the front desk and request fans which did help a little, but sleeping was extremely uncomfortable. The upstairs loft was like a furnace. I understand that we were there during an unusually hot week, but it was quite miserable. The lake itself is beautiful but very cold. But since it was so hot outside, we loved being in it. The first day of our stay it was beautiful, and then the winds changed and the second day was completely hazy with smoke. Crazy how much it changed overnight. We rented a kayak and paddle board for the day and it was a lot of fun.

Great Place to Stay on Lake Crescent
User: lindamF5446JQ from: Sequim, Washington
Published Date: Jul, 29, 2021
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2021
Rating: 4
On a warm summer day we found this spot as we were driving around Olympic National Park. We wanted to be on the lake, yet didn't want to stay in a lodge. When we found this place, it was perfect! It's not upscale accommodations, but it had all the amenities we needed. There's dining, albeit not fancy, but a place to get salads, pizza, and a glass of wine.

This is NOT a campground! It's a crowded RV park.
User: apcjr1 from:
Published Date: Jul, 23, 2021
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2021
Rating: 1
The reservations folks are in Phoenix and don't know the property. Our campsite ended up being a 15' RV space. The on-site management wouldn't even change us to a perimeter site so we could have a little privacy and get away from noise. Even the tent-only sites are just exposed pads, some not even level, in the RV park with side-to-side RV's. For 3 days one bathroom stall was out of toilet paper. Maintenance is shoddy at best. Power and water and sewer/dumps for RV's are provided (remember? RV park) but there is no sink where you can wash your dishes and cooking utensils so your only option is to crouch on the ground and use the spigot designed for an RV to hook up to. That leaves food scraps and odor on the ground, which is not recommended as it attracts animals. There is NO, repeat NO garbage/trash can ANYWHERE in the area except the bin in the restroom, which has only cold water at the sink and the element of the hand dryer is burned out so only cold air. Since our initial camp site reservation was screwed up, we ended up being charged $48/night. This was the only time we could get away for a little vacation and we left a day early. If you are camping, don't go. If someone from the Log Cabin reads this: Do a better job!

Great location
User: reise3 from:
Published Date: Jul, 17, 2021
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2021
Rating: 4
We only came for the day to rent kayaks and paddleboards. We couldn't take out any watercraft at the Lake Crescent Lodge due to windy conditions & it was suggested we try the Log Cabin Resort, which is sheltered from wind & waves. Great decision - The Log Cabin Resort is just a short paddle away from The Devil's Punchbowl, where we tied our boards & jumped from the bridge & cliff. Fun! We only spent time on the water, but the staff was helpful and the resort seemed relaxed and comfortable.

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