Adorable and spacious cabin in the woods - close to ski access!

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom


This funky Government Camp vacation rental is just the cutest little cabin in the woods; a perfect vacation spot for your next excursion to the Mt. Hood area. With its retro ski-lodge theme, you'll feel more like you've booked a stay in the Alps! Part of the Government Camp Loop, this home offers amazing access to the beautiful and wild outdoors, and brings you ample space for a large group of your loved ones. Your adorable Government Camp cabin rental is ready for you and your favorite people to kick back and relax, or prepare for an epic outdoor adventure. (Please note that the deck has been removed and will be replaced in the spring/summer of 2017. ) There's Wi-Fi to check snow reports and hiking trail conditions, and for the night time, a flat screen TV with a DVD player. Did we mention the wood-burning stove for extra coziness during the cold winter nights? The full-kitchen is snug, but will surprise you with all it has to offer: all the necessary appliances, and even a few extras like a blender and a coffee maker. Get the whole family involved by sitting them at the window-seats to chop and grate and stir. This is a three-level home, with three bedrooms plus a loft. There is a king and a queen bed and four twin beds - plenty of space for all nine of your guests (ten, if you don't mind a tight squeeze). Enjoy access to the shared laundry room with the nearby unit, for cleaning up after that mud fight you "accidentally" got into at Trillium Lake. Mt. Hood National Forest is ready for your exploration: skiing - both alpine and nordic; snowshoeing; hiking, biking, and cross-country running. Or take it a little slower and admire the wildflowers or watch for wildlife and birds. Enjoy Government Camp's local eateries and breweries. Any season, with your family or your friends, this little Mt. Hood chalet is a great spot to enjoy the mountains in all their splendor


  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Parking
  • TV/Cable/DVD


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