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State park cabin rentals prove popular -- and cheap

If you don't have an RV and haven't tent-camped since you were a teenager, there's another way to enjoy an overnight stay at a Washington State Park -- in one of their cabins or yurts.

In recent years our Washington state parks have become more than great camping spots. The Washington State Park system now has dozens of parks that offer cabins or yurts, not just camp spots. They're economically priced with families in mind.

The state park system is really a big plus for Northwest residents and the parks are spread to all corners of the state. They're each located in spots that are filled with recreational opportunities from hiking and biking to boating and other activities.

The state park reservation system allows you to choose just what cabin you want to reserve and all the pricing is available online. What's even better is that you often can find a great place to stay at a state park for considerably less than a major hotel or condo rental.

These cabins are especially great for families. Generally there is plenty of room and the state parks always have fun activities for the kids. Here are some sample offerings at Washington State Parks:

The newes cabins in the system were just built at Lincoln Rock State Park, located just four miles north of Wenatchee on the Columbia River. This is an 80-acre camping park on the east side of the river and it's a popular place for swimming and water-skiing and relaxation in a scenic location.

New cabins were added for the 2016 camping season and there are a couple of different types of cabins. They each accommodate up to five guests. The larger cabins have covered porches and are furnished with queen-size futons, bunk beds, dining tables and chairs and a kitchenette with a mini-refrigerator and microwave.
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