The River Cabin in Forks, Washington was an unexpected pleasant stay!
I thought we had booked our stay in Ocean Shores for four nights but it was only three! The fourth day, we did not check out, we got a knock at the door. OOPS! We packed up quickly, headed to the beach, and booked a stay in Forks. Clynn had wanted to check out the Rain Forests there for a while!
We spent the afternoon at the beach, as planned, then headed to Forks! About a two hour drive from Ocean Shores.
We stayed at The River Cabin which is located on a camping resort property known as The Three Rivers Resort. I highly recommend this resort for a family stay! They have a little play ground and rent out rock painting supplies. The resort has a convenience store and on-site restaurant.
You can view the Airbnb listing for The River Cabin we stayed in HERE! It is very affordable and amazing how well the floor plan accommodates two bedrooms! That being said, I definitely wouldn’t have more than four people in here at a time! Upon check-in, we were given a welcome packet that included popcorn, hot cocoa, apple cider, and more. Ruby is very thoughtful in her touches throughout the property!
The wood work in the River Cabin was so beautiful and impressive! Each room has a headboard that doubles as a nightlight. The boys loved it. Check out the listing to see more of the woodwork in there. It’s nothing like we had ever seen!
La Push Beach was closed to the public due to the current state of the world, but there was plenty to enjoy at the Three Rivers Resort! If you’d like to take a winter camping trip with the family, this would be a great place!
THANK YOU for a great family friendly stay, Ruby! You and your staff are doing an epic job. We felt so welcome and will definitely be back for a longer camping trip some day. 🙂
River Cabin Forks, Washington