35707 SR 706 E
Ashford, WA 98304

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Two miles west
of the Nisqually Entrance to
Mt Rainier
National Park

The famous mural at Copper Creek Inn at Mount Rainier was painted in 1955 by Fred Oldfield, a neighbor and friend of Copper Creek's owner Roselea Triggs in the 50's. . . It adorns the back wall of the dining room.
The dining room is casual and comfortable. The front window table is a favorite in the afternoon. Whether it's a romantic evening out, a quick bite before a hike, or a family outing, you'll find your selves relaxed and well fed!
Following is an entry in one of the cabin journals dated July 1st., 2001 at the Cabinette near Copper Creek Inn submitted by John Sparrow, Cabinette owner

"This is at least my 6th visit and I am sure it will not be my last. I brought my friend Rhonda for a ‘decompression’ visit. The Cabinette's always live up to my expectations. We had bit of a scramble for dinner last night. We put off leaving till late and so we faced a line at Alexander's so we thought we would try the Longmire Inn – too late – they stopped serving at 8:30. Back down the mountain to Copper Creek. Eureka!! The name may be copper, but the experience was golden. Welcoming service even late on a Saturday. Excellent quality ingredients, rustic environment! Trout and mashed potatoes with really excellent pie for dessert. They have recently started up, so they are still tweaking the menu – they are definitely on the right track.

Pamela Cliston, guest at Cabinette at Mt Rainier"

To accompany your home style meal, homemade breads and pies, Copper Creek Inn offers a variety of domestic and imported wines and beers.
The Copper Creek Gift Shop sells signature whole bean French Roast coffee, jams, blackberry syrup (blackberry pie in a bottle), our award winning blackberry vinegarette and butters. A variety of handmade arts and crafts, pottery, baskets, copper kitchen ware, copper jewelry, rugs and postcards are among the items found for sale in the shop.
Copper Creek Inn, Gift Shop and Restaurant welcome visitors all year round.

In the winter months enjoy snow shoeing, cross country skiing, and snow play. See what Seattle Times has to say about off season visits!

Wildflowers in the National Park appear in the Spring and Summer hikes are abundant!

Call for Reservations:

Summer: 7 AM TO 9 PM

Sat, Sun, Mon 7 AM to 8 PM
Tuesday -Friday 11AM to 8 PM