• Dog noses sticking out from under blanket

They deserve a vacay, too.

We welcome responsible dog owners and their responsible furry friends in all our cabins and suites. There are dozens of incredible, dog-friendly trails throughout the national forest, perfect for you and your four-legged companion. In the winter, they’ll love playing in the snow and going snowshoeing, and in spring, summer and fall, there are lots of stunning streams, lakes, rivers, and smells for your dog to enjoy.

Please note: we thoroughly sanitize and ionize rooms after a pet stay but cannot guarantee a room has not had a pet in it if you have severe allergy concerns. Please make sure to read our dog policy before reserving and note that advanced reservations are required for guests with pups.

Our Pet Policy

Please enjoy your stay while following our simple dog-friendly rules: 

  • Advance reservations for your dog are required as we have designated dog-friendly suites. If you haven’t reserved a dog-friendly suite, please leave your buddy at home.
  • Dogs may not be left unattended in rooms unless they are crated. If you plan to ski in the winter, or hike in Mt. Rainier National Park in the summer, you’ll want to think about whether this can work for you.
  • A one-time non-refundable $50 dog cleaning fee will be charged per stay to your room.
  • You will be asked to sign a pet waiver at check-in.
  • You are responsible for picking up after your dog.
  • Dogs may not be left overnight in cars in the parking lot.
  • You are responsible for charges for any excessive cleaning or damages caused by your dog.
  • You are responsible for any compensation given to other guests for disturbances or noise complaints caused by your dog.
Dog running through forest

Pet Rules in The National Forest and Mt. Rainier National Park.

Any of the trails in the National Forest are open to dogs. However, please note that Mt. Rainier National Park is not dog-friendly (dogs are only allowed on roads). The Mt. Rainier Gondola is pet-friendly in the summer, so you can bring your pups with you – they must always be on a leash and with you. And there is a dog section on the PAWTIO of the Summit House, so you can lunch with them there or get something to go.