These $70 Washington Cabins Come With The Beach Right Outside Your Door
The beach is always a good idea! 🏝️
There's a reason we all love beach towns. Whether you want to sunbathe the day away or sip-and-dip, the welcoming waters are probably just a couple of minutes away. But what if we told you that there are beach cabin rentals in Washington where the surf is literally outside your door? It's pure summer vacay goals.
Located on the southwest shore of the uber-popular Cama Beach Cabins is a waterfront resort of cedar bungalows strung together in picture-perfection., the
This getaway facing the blue,of Saratoga Passage in Puget Sound is available to rent year-round.
It'll only cost you $73 to $87 a night for four people to reserve a waterfront cabin from November to March or $102 per night during peak summer months.
If you have a big squad of eight people, you can rent the massive bungalow for less than $202 a night! You can check further details on pricing here.
Some of these homes are also pet-friendly so you can bring your pooch along for an additional fee of $15 a night.
Whether part of an annual family tradition or something that started up with friends, this now holds a priced place in many Washingtonians' summer ritual.
So, it's not surprising that these quaint cottages get booked out months in advance.
Reservations are open 18 months ahead of time though, so we recommend snagging yourself a spot ASAP.
Reminiscent of a 1930s-era Puget Sound waterfront fishing resort, each of the cozy, wooden cabins come with their own unique features like electric heating, microwaves, and refrigerators to keep those beers chilled.
But visitors need to bring their own bedding and cooking isn't allowed inside, meaning you'll have to grill up some grub outside.
Even if you may not have 5-star facilities, you'll have endless beach access and views of theall day long.
And who knows? You might even get to see some orca whales or harbor seals!
The beach is also home to The Center of Wooden Boats where you can rent out a sailboat or canoe for $35 to $40 per hour.
Whether you want to explore the shores, catch memorable sunsets with your boo, kayak to neighboring Whidbey Island or party the day away on pool floats, we can't help but start planning our summer getaways now.
Cama Beach Cabins
Price Per Night: $73 to $202 depending on the style
Address: 1880 W. Camano Dr., Camano Island
Why You Need To Go: You can wake up to the beach and amazing views of the Olympic Mountains at these cozy cabins.
We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.