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I was a little nervous about staying in Forks b/c people are not too kind about it but on the map it seemed fairly central for what we wanted to do on that side of Olympic Natl Park. I was about to give up and...More
I was struggling to find accommodation in Forks when I booked this on the internet, so wasn't expecting much. However, we were very pleasantly surprised. We rented the trapper cabin for one night, which is basically a bedroom which shares the nearby bathroom block with...More
We just needed a place to stay as we drove through the Olympic Forest. This was a great surprise. Even though it was right off the highway, it felt like we were camping in the woods. Definitely the best place to stay in Forks.
Stayed here Aug 19th 2012 in cabin 1. Cute little clean cabin. I was nervous about this "self check in". Sooo not a problem. There was a receipt and key on the table. I would get there in the daytime to make it easier though....More
smallest cabin (trappers), but king size bed and very private. If you love your privacy, well, you won't even see your hosts for one...just the woods from your swing on the covered porch. Even though there was no hot water and the bathroom (sauna/shower/laundry) was...More
US$76 - US$139 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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"Ask that Beebee come back and serve as campground host again. She was wonderful."