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Rain Forest Resort Village
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No internet in RV section
User: catherder1 from: Windham, New Hampshire
Published Date: Oct, 8, 2020
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2020
Rating: 3
When we arrived at The Rain forest Resort we found the setting to be very beautiful. However, the RV section was lacking amenities that most parks offer, no picnic tables, no fire pits. We were also disappointed with the non existence of internet as advertised. It appeared that the cabin area had internet, but not the RV section so my husband had to take the computer up to that area of the resort to use the internet. This certainly could easily be corrected by installing a booster. With a nightly fee of $42 I would expect more.
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Nice break
User: J1809PRandrewb from: Olalla
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 24, 2020
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2020
Rating: 4
My wife an I rented a jetted tub cabin and spent two days there. Overall it was a good experience. It was not crowded, but when it is traffic will be an issue. The room was clean, and well kept. The view we had was excellent (looking out over the lake) but sitting on the couch in the room it could be difficult to see. I can see some cabins not having a view at all. The only negative is the slow to nonexistant cell phone coverage, and internet access. Not a big deal nor a deal breaker, just a bit inconvenient. Staff was friendly. Would recommend and will go back.

Great stay in the Quinault Valley.
User: barryandpat from: Sugarloaf Township, Pennsylvania
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Aug, 14, 2020
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
Great hiking near by. Restaurant on site. Only take out available right now, but great meal with large portions. We had the second floor in the gray building. Wonderful!...there was a fireplace in the living room. Great balcony to look out at the lake. Jetted tub to relax after hiking all day. Beautiful lake to walk around or even swim if you like. They also have camping available. Also has the worlds largest Sitka Spruce tree just a short walk from the resort.

RV Park only
User: reds4me from: Chehalis, Washington
Published Date: Jul, 12, 2020
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2020
Rating: 3
I always hesitate to give a negative review, and this is just about the RV park, not rooms or cabins. They assigned us to a spot RIGHT in front of the only shower/toilet in the park, and there were definitely other open spots. Most spots are barely wide enough for a small slide out on one side and awning on the other. The restroom was shabby, old, with worn cement flooring, so it was hard to tell if it was clean. One coin operated shower, two toilets, and there was traffic all day to the shower from the 3 or so National Park campgrounds in the area that do not have showers. With no picnic table or fire pit, I did not think it worth the $42. per night for water and electric hook-up. Just glad I had my own bathroom in my trailer. ON THE GOOD SIDE: This location is just beautiful, and the RV park is located a short walk to a sandy beach owned by the Resort. Our dogs went swimming daily. The resort has a large grassy area, perfect for a family baseball game, frisbee, even soccer. There is a big loop around this grassy area that kids were safely riding their bikes. There was a central covered picnic area available for use, with four picnic tables. I would stay again, but totally avoid sites 4 to 8 because of the proximity to the small bathroom/shower house. We were there over July 4th weekend, and it was quiet except for a few fireworks distant on the Quinalt reservation.
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Adorable Cabin and Great Service
User: WaitForIttttt from: Hazlet, New Jersey
Published Date: Dec, 27, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
My husband and I stayed at Rain Forest Resort Village while visiting Olympic National Park on a trip down the West Coast. We had a nice stay in our cabin! Our cabin was located right beside Lake Quinault, which was perfect to take in the beautiful view of the lake. The cabin had a cute little porch with pretty hanging flowers. The cabin was the perfect size for the two of us. There was a couch and a table with a few seats near the front door. The bathroom had a toilet and shower/tub with sinks just outside of the bathroom door. There was a lovely fireplace that our kept our room comfortably toasty. The room was clean and the bed was comfortable. The only issue we had was that one blade was missing from the front blinds, leaving a small space to see in, but we only stayed a night so it wasn't a big deal. We had great service during our short stay. Because we were running a bit late on our drive from Snoqualmie, we called to let the staff know we were going to arrive after check-in hours. They were nice enough to prepare our check-in materials and left it at the office for us so we could grab them and check ourselves into our cabin. When we stopped by to check out in the morning, the staff was very helpful and friendly, giving us some information about the drive around the lake. We thought the room rate ($189 + $22 in taxes and fees) was very reasonable. We were able to park our rental car directly in front of our cabin at no extra charge. Overall, we had a very pleasant stay and would definitely recommend the cabins at Rain Forest Resort Village!
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