Mount Rainier National Park is situated in the Pierce and Lewis counties of Washington. Spanning across a land mass area of 236,381-acres, it is one of the largest national parks among the state. During the spring, glampers can enjoy a crisp clear view of the Cascade Range along the hills of this park. Some of the largest glacier of the US can be found at this park including, Emmons Glacier and Carbon Glacier. The real beauty of the Mount Rainier National Park is the glorious view of the stratovolcano, Mount Rainier. Due to the subarctic climate, this park is susceptible to having snow showers during the spring months, which can lead to stunning snow-capped mountain views. A romantic spring getaway near Mt. Rainier National Park would not be complete without a sunrise view of the Burroughs Mountain.