My family spent two nights here while visiting Mt. St. Helens. The cabin was very clean and comfortable, with solar-powered overhead light and propane heat. We had a porch swing and view into the woods. The bathroom was close by, also clean, and lots of hot water. We ate breakfast and dinner there, both very good, and the home-made pie was outstanding. Best of all, Mark had lot to tell us about the history of the mountain and the local politics surrounding restoration. A wonderful visit.
My husband was skeptical at first prior to checking in. Daughter was protesting about not having electricity. However, after settling in our roomy cabin and having warm showers, everyone was appreciative of the quiet, relaxing place to stay in after an all-day hike. There's plenty of rooms between cabins so there's a lot of privacy. Toilets were clean and the water pressure was great. Surprisingly, hardly noticed any bugs. I have never met anyone as hardworking as Mark and James. They run the place so smoothly and they were such warm and accommodating hosts. And they can cook! Don't be discouraged if you're call is not answered or returned immediately. These guys are hard at work tending to their guests. They are great with answering emails though. The price is worth it. My husband left with great respect for these guys. Highly recommended!…
We camped here 2 years ago because it is the closest campground to Mt. St. Helens on Hwy. 505. It was a very nice campground. They had a small restaurant that had pretty good food, if you preferred not to cook at your campsite. There are no individual fire rings, which we really like to have; but, there is a community campfire. Also, the bathrooms are not plentiful. We tried again this fall to camp there but never got a return phone call or email. So, we looked elsewhere.
Mark and Dawn put every ounce of energy into their business and making sure their guests are happy. Love these folks ! They put up with me and my group of 20 high school students for many years. The kids were thrilled by the stories of life before, during and after the eruption. The hole down to the river was enthralling. We will be back some day. You can count on it!
A resort were the Yurts are about $82.00 a night and cabins are close to $100.00 for one night. Quite expensive for no electricity, no private camp fire, and other comforts that are missing. Eco Park Resort rates are high and you don't get what you pay for.