Mt. Fremont Lookout Trail, Mount Rainier National Park

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Where to stay in Mount Rainier National Park

You could visit Mount Rainier National Park on a day trip from Seattle, but you'll probably want to stay in or closer to the park to maximize your time there. The park provides three developed campgrounds and one primitive one with nearly 500 individual sites between them. For extra creature comforts, book a room at either the National Park Inn or the larger Paradise Inn. Many park visitors lay their heads in the villages west of the park along National Park Highway. Places such as Jasper, Mineral Lake, and Alder Lake offer a mix of lodges, inns, and bed and breakfasts, almost all of which deliver full views of towering Mount Rainier. You might also find reasonable summer deals on hotels at Crystal Mountain Ski Resort just north of the park, though this is a less convenient option.
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  • Amazing mountain, beautiful view. Wish I knew there was lodging there. It looked so pretty and nice. Little cafe with light food. Sandwiches, soup, ice cream chips, coffee, Sosa. Beautiful views every...  more »
  • I LOVED hiking walking in Mt. Rainier. We started with the "dead horse creek trail" and ended up doing the the skyline/ glacier. My 5yr old loved it and she did awesome (the last mile was hard). It wa...  more »
  • Although I had hiked up to Burroughs Mountain (Second Burroughs) several times, this past week a friend and I hiked to the Fremont Lookout, side of the old fire lookout tower. The hike is not difficul...  more »

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