Welcome to lone fir resort in cougar, washington
The Lone Fir Resort is nestled at the base of two majestic mountains in a small valley overflowing with natural evergreen splendor. The “near-by” Lewis River and its lakes host a variety of sporting and leisure activities.
Consider us as your base camp for recreation and relaxation. Whether you desire the rustic hotel room, a cabin, a place to hook-up your RV or simply pitch a tent, you will find it here.
The Cafe serves a variety of burgers, pizzas, breakfast, fish and chips, sandwiches, soups, drink, beer and wine from the rustic setting of its interior. On a cold day you will find the wood-burning fireplace a welcome and cozy environment. On a warm day you may choose to dine outside on the covered patio.
The resort has a Club House with a BBQ on deck for large gatherings of up to 40 people or more.
The Lone Fir Resort is a Destination in itself. With everything from a cafe to a swimming pool you will find your needs met while staying with us.
Cozy and Rustic Resort
The hotel at the Lone Fir Resort is a comfortable and peaceful getaway from the rigors of daily life. Stay a night, a week or more! Enjoy the quaint setting and rustic nature of the numerous rooms and cabins.The area offers day trip activities such as: hiking, biking, fishing, boating and much more! A drive to view the grandeur of Mount St. Helens is always a refreshing trip for visitors to the area. All rooms & cabins have a private bathroom, a coffee maker with coffee, a microwave and a small refrigerator for your added convenience. Several rooms feature full kitchens. The Resort also consists of restrooms with showers, a cafe, a gift shop and a swimming pool.
Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. PST Everyone must have a climbing permit to be above 4,800 feet elevation on Mount St. Helens. The permit system helps to protect the volcano’s physical and biological features and processes, reduces crowding, and provides climbers with information on climbing conditions, Leave No Trace principles, and safety. The permit system has been in effect since 1987. http://www.mshinstitute.org/explore/climbing-permits/purchasing-your-permits.html
After a long wait, Lava Canyon, Ape Canyon, and other hiking trails beyond the Marble Mountain Sno Park are finally available to hikers! Come stay at Lone Fir and check out these awesome hikes.
Did you know Mount Saint Helens has great snow shoeing trails? Check out the maps below and come out to Cougar and enjoy the snow. If you don’t have snow shoes or poles we rent them at Lone Fir Resort and its only a short drive away.Don’t have snow shoes? Lone Fir has you covered, we rent those to. Give us a call 360-238-5210