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We arrived around 8pm to be greeted by Mick (Dodge - he had a national geographic documentary about him and lives in a yurt on the property) who could not have been more welcoming. He showed us to our cabin and then left us to...More
I stayed for only one night but I wish we were here longer! My mother and I shared cabin #2 and were greeted by Mick as soon as we came in. There were free roaming chickens and a sweet goat. Everything was extraordinarily clean and...More
This was our fabulous "rest stop" during a weekend tour visiting 6 waterfalls in 2 days around the Olympic national park. We had the Eagles cabin which was a standalone cabin with bedroom, living room, bathroom, and regular kitchen (full size range and refrigerator), and...More
We stumbled on this place and so glad we were able to park our RV here
Wished we could stay longer - one of our most interesting nights we have had!
The RV park users there's only 3 spots and has laundry, sauna, hot tub...More
On the north side of town, Huckleberry Lodge is a quiet place to get away to the forest. Run by a friendly family who cares that guests have a great experience, our visit was both relaxing and educational. The owners and 'camp manager' have lived...More
They vary by season, and by what cabin you're looking at.
"Rates" is one of the main tabs from the homepage. They range from $70 - $132 as of August 2014.
If you google "Huckleberry Lodge Forks, WA" it will come right up
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"I don't think there is one room better than the other. All are so darn cute."