Dog-Friendly Log Cabin on a Christmas Tree Farm near Mount Hood, OregonParkdale, Oregon (United States)
- ID authenticated
- Phone, email and address confirmed
- Hosted a verified guest
· Kid-friendly · Pets allowed · Barbecue
This cozy, dog-friendly log cabin is situated on a lovely Christmas tree farm near Mount Hood, Oregon, and accommodates up to eight guests. With two bedrooms, a loft, and two full bathrooms, this cabin rental offers plenty of space for the whole family. The master suite boasts a queen-size bed and a futon, as well as an ensuite bathroom with a double sink vanity and a standing shower. The second bedroom features a twin-over-queen bunk bed, while the loft area has another queen-size bed. A second futon is also located in the laundry room, providing extra sleeping space if needed.
When glampers are ready to unwind after a fun day exploring the mountainside, the living area is the perfect place to kick back and relax with its plush sofas, wood burning stove, and flat screen television. Adjacent to the living room, there is a fully equipped and fully stocked kitchen with a large, log picnic table to be used as a dining table. The cabin’s unique natural accents like the timber paneling, log stair rail, bright bay windows, log-poster beds, and slate flooring really reflect the beautiful surroundings. Read More
- Outdoor furniture
- Kitchen equipment
- Shared Barbecue
With Wi-Fi access and Netflix streaming, glampers can stay connected and keep up with their favorite shows during their vacation. However, glampers will likely only want to stay inside on rainy days because the surroundings have so much to offer. Even the cabin’s deck is equipped with a gas grill and a picnic table so that guests can admire the tranquil forest views.Read More
Location + Surroundings
Situated in the rolling hills on the edge of Oregon’s Mt. Hood National Forest, about 80 miles east of Portland, this glamping site is surrounded by natural beauty and a lovely Christmas tree farm. The property is situated right in the valley and has a quiet feel to it thanks to the lush, green surroundings. Just up the road, the cozy towns of Mt Hood and Parkdale offer some dining options, while Hood River, a small city on the Columbia River only 20 minutes away, provides even more conveniences. This area also has several ski resorts, plenty of hiking trails, nearby lakes, and swimming holes, and the famous Mount Hood, which is Oregon’s highest mountain. Wineries and breweries are also within easy driving distance, allowing guests to unwind and try local flavors after a fun day of adventure in this outdoor lover’s paradise. Read More
- Bird watching
- Wine tasting
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Stand-up paddleboarding
Bursting with outdoor adventures just waiting to be had, this part of northern Oregon is known for its breathtaking natural splendor. For winter sports lovers, there is top-notch skiing and snowboarding on Mount Hood at Timberline Lodge, Skibowl, and Mt. Hood Meadows. The Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge canyon are also must-sees, as well as great locations for hiking and biking. The Columbia River provides paddle boarding, white water rafting, and more with jaw-dropping views of snowcapped Mount Hood, and for even more water fun, Lost Lake and Trillium Lake are both scenic spots to kayak, canoe, and swim. When guests are ready to slow it down, the area is filled with cozy towns like Parkdale and small cities like Hood River that boast shopping, delicious eateries, local breweries, and unique wineries. No matter the type of vacation that guests are seeking, Mt. Hood, Oregon is sure to have something for everyone.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Pets allowed
- No smoking
- Some spaces are shared
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
There is a minimum renting age of 21.
Glampers are welcome to bring their dogs to this pet-friendly accommodation for a small additional daily fee.
Four-wheel drive will likely be required to access the cabin in the winter months.