Packwood, WA


Sleeps 8


2 Room /

1 Unit

Check-in: 4:00 PM


Check-out: 11:00 AM



Packwood / Randle


  • AC – split type ductless system
  • Internet access
  • kitchen
  • laundry
  • patio with propane grill
  • Guests can use nearby resort facilities with a small fee
  • fire pit

Pacman Inn is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom cabin in Packwood, WA

While you won’t find any arcade games at the Pacman Inn, you will find a quaint vacation rental in the High Valley Country Club Community. The Pacman Inn is just a 7-minute drive from the restaurants, shops, and breweries in downtown Packwood. It’s an ideal location for visitors who want to explore the Ohanapecosh area of Mount Rainier National Park, White Pass Ski Resort and Packwood.

The cabin features a primary bedroom with a queen size bed. The secondary bedroom has a twin and full size bed, each with comfy new mattresses. The kitchen has condiments, appliances, drip coffee maker, and a Keurig. Bring your own K-cups. The dining room seats 6 at the table. An additional 3 seats at the kitchen bar. There’s also a patio with a propane BBQ grill. The living room has a newer pull-out couch and a wood-burning fireplace. There are 3 mini split A/C units for hot summer days.

Seasonal Activities

Packwood is a great place to vacation in any season, peak times to visit are summer and winter. Summer is a great time to visit the farmer’s market, hike, fish, raft, golf, and go antiquing. Winter season offers a chance to ski, snowboard, and snowshoe. Feeling whimsical? Visit the popular gnome walking path within walking distance from the cabin. Adding gnomes is welcomed.

  • 45 minutes from the Steven’s Canyon Entrance of Mount Rainier National Park
  • 1 hour and 10 minutes from the Nisqually Entrance to Mount Rainier National Park via Skate Creek Road AKA Forest Road #52

Property Policies

Lewis County may enforce a burn ban during the summer season, which could result in the prohibition of campfires, burning, and the use of charcoal briquettes.

Packwood winters can be characterized by heavy snowfall, and guests are expected to equip themselves appropriately for driving under such conditions. Although the property managers make efforts to keep the cabin accessible during winter, it is still advisable for guests to have winter traction tires and 4-wheel drive.

Guests have access to the entire cabin, except for the outside staircase to the upper storage area and tree house.