Lodging & Amenities
We have six 14x18' authentic log cabins, two Yurts, several RV sites, and a multitude of comfortable tent sites for you to choose from. Click on the tabs below to learn more about each.
Imagine yourself tucked away in one of our cozy cabins on a fall evening. The fog has settled in and the temperature is dropping. As you crank up the propane heater, you hear it...the sound of bull elk bugling just a few yards away from your cabin. You carefully open the cabin's back door a few inches, just enough to hear the sound of water sloshing as the elk wade across the pond behind the cabins.
A fairytale? Nope--pretty much a common occurrence every fall when it gets cold enough that the elk start traveling down valley. Of course, there's a chance you'll see or hear them in all seasons, but fall and winter are the best elk-viewing seasons.
In the summer, you can sit in the porch swing on the cabin back porch and watch the birds, deer and other critters that frequent the park. RV and tent folks can sit out and listen to the sound of the wind in the tress and the not-so-distant Toutle River flowing as they enjoy a delicious meal at their site's picnic table.
No matter which accommodations you choose, you'll enjoy a restful vacation as you unwind in the peaceful, pastoral setting of Eco Park. Make your reservations today!
Each cabin has its own path to our wilderness comfort station (that's a "bathroom" to you city dwellers) complete with hot showers. There is no cooking allowed in the cabins.
There is also a Journal located in each cabin so you can record your adventures and compare your experience with prior guests. Prices range from $125.00 for two, to $130.00 for four, plus tax. Use our Customized Tour Worksheet to plan your vacation.
We do not supply flashlights! Please remember to bring flashlights and batteries!
Better known as bathrooms, several Comfort Stations are situated around the park, each complete with hot water, shower, pedestal sink, toilet, heat and lights.
Yurt —A yurt is an incredibly efficient domed tent structure used by Genghis Kahn to conquer the world over 1,000 years ago.
You can use one today to conquer the Pacific Northwest weather. Be sure to bring your own bedding (sleeping bags) or you might still be left in the cold!
There are two bunks that will sleep up to six. Each bunk has full size on the bottom and twin on top. Our yurt is priced at $75.00 per night, plus tax.
Yurt — This is the structure
for those who want to be protected from the elements, but
who can tolerate humans.
The Dorma Yurt provides shelter for up to ten guests (whom you may or may NOT know) for only $150.00 (plus tax) per night.
You'll have shelter, a padded bunk bed and a path to the bathroom. Got a big group? Reserve the Dorma Yurt for your group.
RV units are welcome to stay in our rustic setting for a
maximum of three nights. We provide unimproved gravel pads
with no hook-up or electrical service.
Generators are NOT allowed from May to September to insure the serenity of the resort for all of our guests. RV Sites are available for $22.00 plus tax per site.
We have a variety of tent sites available just a short walk from our unimproved gravel parking pads. Don't forget to bring your flashlights!
All sites are spacious; many are separated by natural barriers that provide you with privacy.
Sites are $22.00 per night, plus tax.
Bring your family or a whole group...we've got room for you!
are horse-friendly with access to miles of trails and logging
roads right from the resort. We have high-tie camping, stalls
and corrals available.
Reservations are suggested because our space is limited. Horse fee for camper is $5.00 plus tax. A one-horse stall is available for $15.00 plus tax per night.
Click here for info on our Horseback Tours.
The 90-acre Eco Park Resort offers the closest full-service accommodations to the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument. We are located at milepost 24 along the Spirit Lake Memorial Highway (SR 504.)
The resort is environmentally designed to provide you with comfortable yet rustic accommodations, from cozy log cabins or a Pacific Northwest Yurt to RV spaces and tent sites. Running water and a complete bathroom facility with hot showers.
The resort is surrounded by lush forest and the world-famous North Fork Toutle River mudflow, created during the historic May 18, 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens. We share our location with the local wildlife, seen throughout the property.
Trails: Unimproved trails are available for hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking. They wind through a rich abundance of beaver ponds, meadows, deer and elk habitat. Traveling along these trails, you will see firsthand effects of the 1980 eruption. Marvel at the lush life that resulted from that devastating moment. This is nature's youngest landscape, reborn with new life.
Pond and Mudflow: The property has its own pond for wildlife viewing. We also have two streams you can hike along and cool your feet in. The mudflow is a short hike from the park and provides a unique opportunity for guests to see half-buried houses and logging camp remains.
Horses: Horses are allowed
in designated areas only and owners must pick up and dispose
of animal waste.
Community Fire: We provide one central fire pit for our camping community. No other open fires are allowed in the park. We supply all the wood and light it on nights that we are permitted by the weather conditions. All our guests are welcome to come down to the fire pit and share their adventures and learn about the area from one of our local hosts. On Saturday nights we add a little music and have an old-fashioned sing-along.
Covered Dining area: We have a covered dining area located in the park, near community fire and pond area.
Bathrooms: A number of restrooms are strategically located around the park for the convenience of our guests.
Flashlights: Bring your own; we do not provide flashlights for guests.
Dogs: Dogs are not allowed inside cabins, yurts or wall tents and must be on a leash at all times. Owners are responsible for all clean-up and damage caused by their animal. Dogs are allowed to stay at the resort unless they become a nuisance to other guests.
Security: Eco Park Resort is a privately owned and operated facility that is open from 7:00am to 9:00pm. Traffic is permitted in and out during these hours. The facility is gated at night for the safety and comfort of our guests.
Reservations: Check-in is at 3:00 pm and check-out time is 11:00 am. Guests must arrive before gates close at 8:00 pm. Cancellations must be made two weeks prior to your scheduled stay. Your credit card will be charged if cancelled under two weeks.
Group rates: We offer custom packages for large groups, schools and retreats. Contact us from 8am to 8pm, West Coast Time at 1-877-255-1980 for further information and reservations. Or e-mail us regarding your reservation needs and we will respond by e-mail within 24-hours. Please fill out our customer worksheet before you call or email us.
Private groups are welcome. Rates are available upon request. Contact us during office hours (9am to 8pm West Coast Time) at 1-877-255-1980 for further information and reservations. Or E-Mail us regarding your reservation needs and we will respond by e-mail within 24-hours. Please fill out our customer worksheet before you call or email us.
Location: Two hours from Portland, Oregon and three hours from Seattle, Washington. Take exit #49 (Castle Rock) from Interstate-5 and drive 24 miles up State Route 504. We are located at 14000 Spirit Lake Hwy and Eco Park Road. Click here to see the maps.
We would appreciate your cooperation in helping us to maintain our Park and ensure that everyone enjoys a wonderful experience during their stay. All guests are to abide by these Park rules; those who do not will find their stay cut short.
$125 per night
$130 per night
Yurt: $75 per night
Dorma Yurt: $150 per night
Tent Sites: $22.00 per night
RV Sites: $22.00 per night
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Dear Dawn and Mark
You and your Eco Park Resort made our Mount St. Helens – field work to one of our most memorable holidays. We felt at home from the first day on and enjoyed your marvelous kitchen, the ice cream dibbs and Mark’s volcano stories.