While we'd all like to vacation as often as we can, it may not always be possible. But lucky for us, there are plenty of affordable escapes right here in the Pacific Northwest. Whether it's with your bae, BFFs or by yourself, this unique getaway in Washington state will let you rent a whole village of caravan cabins and glamp in the Olympic Peninsula.
It'll cost you only $284 per night for 10 people to rent out three cabins — that's only $28.4 if you decide to split it with friends.
For somewhere so secluded, this spot comes with all the amenities you'll need during your stay.
Aside from the comfy queen mattress, there are two pairs of bunk beds and two twin beds for when you want to call it a night. There's also a compostable toilet, a shower with hot water and eco-friendly toiletries in the old-growth forests.
A stovetop with kitchen and cooking supplies is included in the listing, so you can whip up your own meals too. There's also a refrigerator to keep your beers (and tubs of ice cream) chilled.
The best part? Although this is a completely off-grid location, there's electricity!
You have the solar power system to thank for that. Either way, you can keep your devices charged and there'll always be light.
We'd doubt you'd want to leave this idyllic setting, but this adventure comes with plenty of areas to explore.
While there are plenty of trails nearby including the enchanting Hoh Rainforest, and the Twilight town of Forks is only a short drive away, there are also several sandy shores with rocks near these rustic dwellings.
If you're a marine-life nerd, you'll love it here. This area is known for its tide pools. Meaning, you'll spot everything from sea urchins and starfish in a rainbow of colors to crabs and octopuses.
Otters, whales, and dolphins sometimes play offshore too. Magical, right?
Caravan Cabins In Kalaloch
Price Per Night: $284 for 10 people
Neighborhood: Kalaloch, Washington
Why You Need To Go: This glamping experience in a rainforest with secluded beaches is perfect for a magical weekend escape.
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