Stone Creek Lodge at Mt. Rainier 360.569.2355
Mount Rainier

Same day reservations can only be made by phone. Please call 360-569-2355.

Area Activities & Day Trips

EZ Times Outfitters - Enjoy the beautiful mountain trails of the Nisqually Valley on horseback. EZ Times Outfitters offers guided horseback riding through the Elbe Hills or along the Nisqually River for 1 to 3 hour tours.
Ashford Creek Pottery – Visit this intimate gallery located on historic “Mountain Highway” just outside of Ashford on the way to the Nisqually entrance to Mt Rainier National Park. Gallery proprietor Rick Johnson loves to share his passion of the arts, local and regional history, stories and the occasional tall tale.
Recycled Spirits of Iron Sculpture Park – EX-NIHILO (X-Ne-High-Low) is Latin for “something made out of nothing”. Explore the sculpture park of artist Dan Klennert located on WA-706 approximately 3-miles east of Elbe, Washington. Here articles of scrap that once toiled in fields or churned in engines are rescued from the trash and reborn with dignity and new meaning as remarkable sculptures.
Mt Rainier Railroad & Logging Museum – Passengers enjoy steam train rides through the forest and across the glacier fed Upper Nisqually River to a museum located in Mineral, Washington. Museum exhibits offer a chance to explore a comprehensive collection of steam locomotives and discovers stories behind the pioneers of railroad logging camps in the early to mid 1900’s.
Mount Rainier Spa – Mount Rainier Spa can be the ideal conclusion to the physical challenges of the Mt. Rainier area. Whether climbing, biking, hiking, skiing or just coming to rest, treat yourself to a massage or spa treatment. Their teams of massage therapists are highly trained professionals, ready to do their best to provide a quality spa experience for you.
Northwest Trek Wildlife Park – Nature’s Calling! Enjoy a comfortable Discovery Tram Tour through 435 acres of stunning meadows and forests. For 50 minutes, you'll get an eye-to-eye view of fascinating animals like moose, Roosevelt elk, bison, and more as they explore their natural habitat.
Pioneer Farm Museum & OHOP Indian Village – Journey back to the 1880’s and experience homesteading in Washington State. Pioneer Farm is a “hands on” homestead built in 1887 with a multitude of activities for adults and children. Take a farm tour, dress up like pioneers and see how the pioneers lived. Pioneer Farm is located just north of Eatonville, Washington off Hwy 161.
Mount St. Helens – Consider a day trip to the Johnson Ridge Observatory and numerous viewpoints and mile of trails that have been created for exploration by car and foot. During the summer, Forest Service Interpreters lead a wide range of activities from short walks to amphitheater presentations.

Stone Creek Lodge at Mt. Rainier
38624 State Route 706
Ashford, WA 98304
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