Packwood, Washington sits in the northern part of Washington state, just south of Seattle. The town is best known as the home to Mt. Rainier National Park. Mt. Rainier is the tallest mountain in the state, at nearly 4,400 feet.
Packwood is an outdoorsman’s dream. With so much nature to explore, your days in town will be filled. Check out Mt. Rainier National Park, open from 12am-11:59pm every day. The park is home to campgrounds, trails, and visitors centers to get you immersed in the nature, and help you learn all about the mountain and its history. Head out on the open seas and go rafting or kayaking on the rivers around Packwood. Hungry? Find a nearby farm and pick your own huckleberries! With fishing, hiking, horseback riding, golfing, and more, there is plenty to do in Packwood.
The best time to visit Packwood, Washington is from July to September while the weather is warmest.
Located in the heart of Volcano Country, Packwood WA has truly unique surroundings. Located between three mountains, Mt Rainer, Helens, and Adams, visitors will struggle to find a Packwood cabin rental without a mountain view. The town also sits just minutes from Mr Rainer National Park, and provides easy access to the white Pass Ski Resort.
People come from all over the world to ski on the impressive White Pass Ski Area, which has great runs and amenities. Packwood Washington is also close to the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, boasting a range of recreation activities such as hiking, fishing, camping, and wildlife watching.
There is no place better to get a cabin rental surrounded by wilderness than in Packwood. Picture sitting outside your vacation home, sipping a drink in your private hot tub, and dining with family and friends in one of the many vacation rentals with a full kitchen. No matter what you are looking for, there are rentals in Packwood to suit your needs.