There are two inns located inside Mount Rainier National Park. Both are run by Mount Rainier Guest Services. In addition to the two inns, the park has three car campgrounds as well as numerous wilderness camping sites throughout the park.
Wood building with visitors sitting in chairs on the covered porch.
National Park Inn at Longmire, the only lodging in the park open year-round.

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National Park Inn
Located in the Longmire Historic District at an elevation of 2,700 feet, the National Park Inn is open year round. The Inn has 25 guest rooms, a full service dining room, and a general store. Reserve a room online at Mount Rainier Guest Services or call 360-569-2275 for more information.
Historic colored photo of a wood and stone building with 1940s-era cars parked in front.
Paradise Inn in 1941

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Paradise Inn
Built in 1916, the Historic Paradise Inn has retained its rustic style and is generally open mid-May through early October. Located at an elevation of 5,420 feet, the Paradise Inn has 121 guest rooms, a gift shop, post office, café, and full service dining room. Reserve a room online at Mount Rainier Guest Services or call 360-569-2275 for more information.

Lodging Outside the Park
Accomodations are available in communities outside of the park. Lodging information is available through the park partners listed below in communities near the park.

Destination Packwood
Lodging in communities outside the southeast corner of the park.

Discover Lewis County
Lodging, dining, and activities in Lewis County to the south of the park.

Mineral Lake
Lodging, dining and activities in the Mineral Lake area, near the southwest corner of the park.

Mount Rainier Visitor Association
Lodging in communities outside the southwest corner of the park.

Stay Rainier
Lodging, dining, and activities outside the northeast (Sunrise) corner of the park.

Visit Rainier
Lodging in all areas outside the park.


NOTE: Marijuana on Federal lands: Mount Rainier National Park would like provide clarification regarding the use and possession of marijuana on Federal lands. The recently passed Washington State law, which allows for limited recreational marijuana use under certain conditions, has no bearing on Federal laws which continue to identify marijuana as a Schedule I illegal drug, and prohibit its use. More information posted on Current Conditions page.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

55210 238th Avenue East
Ashford, WA 98304


(360) 569-2211
Callers to this general park line can choose from a menu that includes recorded information as well as opportunities to talk to a ranger at one of the park's administration or visitor centers. Rangers are only available to answer calls during business hours.

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