Welcome to Beaver Creek Cabins .



All cabins have the following:
Queen beds: Cabin 1 and 4 have a queen bed and a queen fold out,  Cabins 2 and 3 have three queen beds
Full kitchens with dishes/flatware/cooking utensils, etc.
Complimentary  coffee/tea/hot chocolate
All linens provided
HD flat screen tv’s with Blue Ray (please note that we are not plugged in to cable or satellite so bring your own movies or chose from our large selection)
Free west end (spotty) WiFi
Full bathrooms with six foot bathtubs
Gas fireplaces
Private decks
Grill and firepit  (bring your own charcoal)
Low bank water front



The Cabins at Beaver Creek offers clean, comfortable cabins on the river., cozy comfortable cabins on the river

Come stay with us and explore all the Olympic Peninsula has to offer; beautiful beaches, world class fishing, hiking in the mountains and rainforest, or immerse yourself in a Twilight adventure. 
After your day of exploration, return to your comfortable cabin on the Sol Duc River.  You will find your accommodations clean and relaxing.  You can enjoy some evening fishing, a campfire, or a glass of wine on your deck or by the water. 
Our homestead and farm is shared with abundant wildlife and bordered by the Sol Duc River and Beaver Creek.  The property is also home to what has been called the “real” Cullen house and has been featured in the book “ Twilight Territories”.
Explore the woods, take a swim and sit back and count all the shades of green.


Reservations must be made in advance

For inquiries or to make reservations click button above or
call John or Michelle at (360) 327-3867 or e-mail .........



Summer: (May 1 - Sep 30) 

Cabin 1 & 4 (Queen bed with a queen fold out)  is $180/per night (4 person maximum occupancy)

Cabin 2 & 3 (Three queen beds) is $210/per night, up to 4 people.  Additional $10/per night for extra folks (6 person maximum occupancy)


Winter rates (Oct 1st- April 30)

Cabin 1 & 4 (Queen bed with a queen fold out)  is $120/per night (4 person maximum occupancy)

Cabin 2 & 3 (Three queen beds) is $150/per night, up to 4 people.  Additional $10/per night for extra folks (6 person maximum occupancy)


“We offer a 10% discount for a stay of five nights or more”

“ Please note:  All holiday weekends require a two night minimum stay “

All rates are subject to a 10.4% sales and lodging tax




A credit or debit card is required to secure your reservation.  We take Visa, MC or Discover.  This card will be charged the night before your departure and a receipt will be sent to your e-mail.  If you would like to pay with a check, cash or a different card, let us know!
Cancellations: Please give us as much notice as possible if a cancellation is necessary.  We understand that things come up, but summers are a busy time for us and we would like the opportunity to rebook your cabin!  If we do not have time to rebook, you may be charged for a night’s stay. 




Some of our policies:

  • We want you to have a happy and relaxing time with us.

    Parking is limited to one car per cabin.  We do have guest parking.  If you have a boat or trailer, etc, we have plenty of space for you, too.

    Please do not clean fish in your cabin!  We have an outdoor kitchen that you can use and freezer space if you need it. 

    If you enjoy smoking please limit it to outdoor spaces and put your butts in the fire pit or the mason jar provided on your porch.  Summer can be a dry time here. “Please, no fireworks (sparklers are okay); the noise scares our animals and wildlife!

    Regrettably, we are unable to accommodate pets.  We do have resident dogs that you can borrow for throwing sticks, talking walks, swimming, etc.  They may be checked out at the office.

    Please note that if you clean fish, smoke or have a stow away pet in your cabin we will charge you a minimum of $100.00 cleaning fee!

    Each cabin is carefully inventoried before your stay to make sure you have everything you need.  Let us know if you need anything!  A charge sheet is included in your cabin info binder if you like something and choose to try it out at home.  Also, we understand normal use, but please be responsible for any damages. 

    Children of all ages are welcome with some of the following thoughts:

    Our property has many opportunities for exploration, but parents need to exercise caution.  You will be staying close to the Sol duc River and Beaver Creek.  These both offer chances for safe swimming under close adult supervision but there can be fast moving and/or deep water.  Water safety should be observed at all times! 

    Feed meOur homestead is also home to livestock.  This offers some opportunity for some farm experience and interaction. The animals are friendly, but they are large.  Children should be kept out of pastures and small fingers should be kept out of our animals mouths.

    We are surrounded by wilderness areas.  There are some nice hikes/walks in the back woods. There are some trails and it is not easy to get lost, but we do not want children wandering away.  We do have resident deer, elk, coyotes, etc. and one can encounter wildlife.  One or all of our three dogs would be happy to accompany you on your walk if you choose.  Just let us know!!

    We try and observe quite time between 10:00pm and 7:00am.    Please be considerate of folks that have come here for the peaceful atmosphere!!  If you have rented the whole place, then you set your own quiet time.

  • Your hosts

    John and Michelle Simpson.

    We have been blessed to have lived, worked and played in this area for the last seventeen years.  Five years ago we found this beautiful property and fell in love with it.  We are excited to share it with you.  See you soon!

    Shopping and Eating

Thriftway is just 15 minutes away in Forks for all your shopping needs or if you are headed toward Clallam Bay visit the wonderful folks at Sunset’s West food co-op! Bear Creek Restaurant is a few minutes away and there are various other restaurants in Forks.  We supply salt/pepper and cooking oil.  Please bring your own charcoal for the grill, we will supply the wood for the fire pit.  Let us know if you need anything

Our property offers many places for solitude and gathering.  Please let us know what you are looking for and we will work to help you.



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Directions (or how to find us)

From Port Angeles:  West on 101, take the first right, after the 113 junction, just before the Sol Duc bridge onto Rixon Road.

From Aberdeen:  North on 101, turn left just after the third Sol Duc bridge, just before the turn off for 113, onto Rixon Road.

We are at the end of the road and you may check in at the office on the side of the big, yellow house.

The Big Yellow House

Click on photo above for tour

Property features:

Private 10.5 acres of pasture and beautiful trees
750 ft. of low bank Sol Duc river front
900 ft of  Beaver Creek frontage
A beautiful moss covered bridge
Fishing, hiking, swimming, tent camping for the kids
Four clean and comfortable cabins with full private baths and kitchens
Centrally located to Lake Crescent, Forks, Clallam Bay, La Push
A hobby farm


Check on the area weather


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Olympic Peninsula area web cams
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Beautiful Sunsets
Beautiful sunsets

Bridge over solduc


Solduc River 


Neah Bay