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Log Cabin Resort
Published Date: Oct, 8, 2020 Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2020 Rating: 2
Dusty and no hot-water
We spent 1 night in a room in the Log Cabin Resort at Olympic National Park. It was the first week after their reopening for Covid (early summer). The room was dusty, which was really disgusting and unexpected given the situation. There wasn't hot water for the shower either, and it seemed the owners knew of it and didn't tell a word, because they asked us about it before we said anything when leaving. Then they suggested to refund us with $50, but it was not true: we have been following it up since then and we only receive excuses. It is not worth the money.
- Location: 5
- Cleanliness: 2
- Service: 2
MelissaLasVegas from: Las Vegas, Nevada
Published Date: Sep, 22, 2020 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2020 Rating: 4
Camper Cabin-Nice 1 Night Stay
My sister and I stayed just for 1 night here while visiting Olympic NP, the 2nd night we went on to stay at Sol Duc Resort. We stayed in a Camper Cabin, #28 which had a small view of the lake. When we arrived it was extremely busy as they allow folks to "day use" the area, when we checked in the girl said that after 5p.m. if we had trouble finding parking that we should find availability then....our cabin was comfortable for the night, no frills....no bathroom, no microwave or fridge, just electric and 2 queen beds, bring your own linens. The bathroom facility was a short walk away, was surprised that there was only 1 shower, not sure how that can accommodate a full campground, and that it was when we were there. The sites did look a bit tight but I guess you really can't beat the location and the lake was beautiful, would stay again if ever back in the area.....
- Rooms: 5
- Cleanliness: 5
- Service: 5
JohnS1026 from: Cold Brook, New York
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Aug, 9, 2020 Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2020 Rating: 3
Not as expected
Spent almost a week at end of July. First the positives:
- staff was great
- location excellent for day hikes up to two hours drive in multiple locations
- people. Everywhere. Day crowds. No privacy. Day people party
- no maid service. Had to go the desk for towels midway through. Maids tied up with turnover rooms
- food availability. Open only breakfast and dinner very limited hours and super limited selection. Did have a very good $17 cheeseburger. Other dinner items are really lunch items at $15 plus
- thin walls. Stayed in the lodge rooms. Comfy beds but you hear everyone
Overall not really happy but not super disappointed. Would stay in Port Angeles for half the price next time. Better privacy sleep services and food options. Beautiful location on the lake but definitely thrown right into the day crowds.
cindyminor from: Herrin
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Aug, 5, 2020 Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2020 Rating: 1
DO NOT RECOMMEND!
Worst National Park campground we've ever stayed in. Trash all over the site when we arrived. Loud! Too many people squeezed into too small a space. Campers on top of one another. Rude campers walking through our site to go to the shower (too lazy to walk around like they should). Jerk blocking the road when we were trying to leave in our camper. Sadly disappointed in the campground because the surrounding area is just gorgeous!
cgm309 from: East Peoria, Illinois
Published Date: Jul, 29, 2020 Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2020 Rating: 5
Great spot- less crowded than Lake Crescent Lodge and just as good.
Log Cabin Resort is much less crowded than Lake Crescent Lodge, and is just as nice.
Based on the very limited information provided on the website when I reserved our cabin, I had no idea what exactly to expect. It turned out to be a very nice place, and we were very happy with the accommodations. Check-in and check-out were both quick and easy, and staff members were very polite.
We stayed in a two-bedroom cabin with no kitchenette. It was a newer building with comfortable beds and furnishings. Besides the two bedrooms, there was a large sitting room with a pullout sofa sleeper, a closet with a shelf and hangers, and a table with four chairs. The bathroom had a shower, but no tub. There was no air conditioning, but it did have heat. We needed neither. With the windows open, the July temperature was perfect during the day and nice and cool for sleeping at night. Outside, there was a fire ring and a picnic table, as well as a covered porch with a bench seat.
Our cabin number was 8 C, and I highly recommend it. It was located a short walk from Lake Crescent and the lodge (which had a restaurant and kayak rental). One drawback was that the neighboring campsite was literally right outside the window of one of the bedrooms. Luckily for us on this visit, our neighbors were very conscientious and made next to no noise at all. Bad neighbors would be a problem due to the close proximity.
- Value: 4
- Location: 5
- Service: 5