Max occupancy: 8
2 Queen Bed,
1 Double Bed,
2 Twin Bed
2 dog max
4WD/traction may be required in winter
61 Shrum Rd, Carson, WA 98610
Waterfront, dog-friendly home w/ a covered deck, gazebo, & river access
Nestled in the woods on the Wind River, this charming, dog-friendly home is perfect for a laid-back getaway or adventure. Gather with your loved ones out on the large, covered deck where you can relax and unwind each evening. And enjoy unbeatable access to the Wind River!
What’s nearby: The Columbia River Gorge is a hiking mecca and if you plan your route correctly, you’ll be able to stop at some waterfalls! The Whistle Punk Trailhead is only two-and-a-half miles away and is an ideal nature walk. If you still have energy after that, you can access the Pacific Crest Trail right down the road. Tour vineyards and sample wines in the neighboring town of White Salmon, just 25 miles east, or explore the rest of the Columbia Gorge Wine Region. You can also take a journey through the Columbia River Gorge by horseback tour.
Things to know: WiFi is not currently offered at this home Full kitchen with a dishwasher Two dogs are welcome for a nightly fee
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Washer/dryer : Private
Gas grill : Private
D M.Aug 2019
We really loved how private this cabin is, which is exactly what we were looking for. We found everything we needed to cook and entertain our family with 3 little kids. One thing to note, the walk down to the river is quite steep, so we only attempted it once with the little ones. Besides that we loved everything about the place.
Thomas A M.Aug 2019
This is cute home with lots of room for a large family. We will try this again in the fall or winter.
Yvonne R.Aug 2019
This house was amazing! The house itself was large, clean, and comfortable. I loved the overall decor - both rustic and modern at the same time. The surrounding property was just gorgeous - you can hear the Wind River from the bedroom. You can even walk down to the river, although the path is a bit steep. We brought our twin toddlers and they loved running around the backyard, where there was a porch swing, a gazebo, and a hammock. There was also a good supply of children’s toys and books for the kids to play with.
The only downfall was there was ZERO cell service and ZERO wireless access. I literally had to drive 6-7 miles down the road just to use my phone. It would have been nice to have had the option to use the internet. There was also no cable (not a big deal since we were outside most of the time). There was a telephone land line for emergencies. In the end, the lack of internet and cell service did force our family to interact more with no devices! Overall, I loved this place and would stay again if given the opportunity.