Thanksgiving at the mountain offers a chance to work up an appetite and spend quality time with friends and family.
Looking for a relaxing Thanksgiving, a holiday that could be spent enjoying family and friends, not cooking and cleaning? Look no further than Mt. Rainier. Specials offered throughout the Mt. Rainier region translate into a fuss-free holiday.
Near the mountain hamlet of Greenwater in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Alta Crystal Resort is offering a pre-cooked traditional Thanksgiving dinner delivered to the cabin’s refrigerator, prior to arrival. Get Wednesday night for 1/2 off — and your Thanksgiving dinner FREE when you stay 4 nights at Alta Crystal Resort. Call (800) 277-6475 or click here for more details.
Surrounded by the spectacular scenery of Mount Rainier National Park, it’s easy to want to opt outside and stay a few nights at the National Park Inn. The dining room in this historic lodge is offering a bountiful Thanksgiving Dinner Buffet. View pricing and the full menu here. For overnight stays, rates start at $132, plus tax. For dinner and /or overnight reservations, please call the National Park Inn at (360) 569-2411 or visit mtrainierguestservices.com.
Just two miles from the Nisqually entrance to Mount Rainier National Park, the historic Copper Creek Inn will present a Thanksgiving turkey buffet with all the trimmings. The traditional T-Day menu will be served from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. For reservations, please call (360) 569-2326 or visit coppercreekinn.com.
With the singular 14,411-foot summit of Mt. Rainier as its focal point and miles of established hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoe trails, the Mt. Rainier region is the ideal place to work up a Thanksgiving appetite and burn off those extra helpings of stuffing or pumpkin pie.