Cabins (Click Each Cabin for Photo Gallery)

Angeles

A cozy 1 bedroom cabin built in 1936. Angeles has a river rock fireplace and large windows overlooking the forest and lake. Double bed. Steep stair and path access. Two person maximum.

Mt. Angeles Facts
Mt. Angeles's peak is located in the Grey Wolf Hurricane Ridge group of Olympic Mountain Peaks. Elevation 6,545 ft.

Christie

A small 1 bedroom cabin built in 1932 on the edge of Onion Rock overlooking Lake Quinault. Spectacular lake and mountain views. Brick fireplace. Double bed. Steep stair and path access. Two person maximum.

Christie Facts
Christie is also named for a peak in the Olympic Mountains overlooking Lake Crescent.  Mt. Christie's peak is located in the Quinault group of the Olympic mountain peaks. Elevation 6,177 feet. Its first ascent was in 1907 by A. Curtis and party.

Colonel Bob

A large 3 bedroom cabin, overlooking the beach with beautiful lake and mountain views. Free-standing fireplace. Three double beds. Steep stair and path access. Six person maximum.

Colonel Bob Facts:
Bob was built more recently to replace an old cabin on the lakeshore that was squashed by a falling tree.

Col. Bob peak is located in the Wynoochee group of the Olympics on the ridge between the Quinault River and the West Fork Humptulips River approx. 4.5 miles east of Lake Quinault. It is visible from the cabin. Elevation 4,510 ft.

Ellinor

A rustic 1 bedroom cabin built in 1926. River rock fireplace, a large porch with lake and sunset views. Ellinor has a double bed and a twin bed. Three person maximum.

Mt. Ellinor Facts:
Mt. Ellinor is the southernmost high peak of the ridge overlooking Lake Cushman in the Skokomish-Duckabush group of the Olympic Mountains. Elevation 5,944 feet.

Olympus

A rustic 1 bedroom cabin built in 1926. River rock fireplace, forest and lake views. Double bed and bunk bed. Four person maximum.

Mt. Olympus Facts
Located between the Hoh and Queets rivers. In 1788, John Meares named Mt. Olympus after the home of the Greek gods. Elevation 7,979 ft.

Storm King

A large 2 bedroom cabin built in 1936. Storm King has a river rock fireplace, bedroom loft, large porch, lake, mountain, and sunset views. 2 double beds and 1 twin bed. Steep stair and path access. Five person maximum.

Storm King Facts:
Storm King is named after a peak in the Olympus-Bailey range group of the Olympic Mountain peaks overlooking Lake Crescent. Elevation 4,534 feet.

The cabin was used as a residence by a family in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s.

 

Lochaerie Resort
638 North Shore Road
Amanda Park, WA 98526
(360) 288-2215
638northshore@gmail.com