Properties in Illahee State Park average 4.6 out of 5 stars.
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Recent Illahee State Park Reviews

  • Cozy and quiet
    5 of 5

    This is a perfect experience if you are trying to get out of the busy city life but still want to be close enough to Seattle. The location is great, the drive to the Ferry is really short. The home itself is cute. We got there after dark but when we did there was a nice little card to greet us with some of Lizebeth's bay leave from her garden. The home had anything we could have needed. The beds we're comfortable and clean. The whole cabin was comfortable and clean. There are even great suggestion for local tourist activities. :) We enjoyed our stay and will be returning.

    Stayed: May 2019
  • Charming and very private. Best views on this side of Gig Habor.
    4 of 5

    This is a very unique cabin. The cabin itself is dated other reviews have shown. My wife appreciated the odd art, the custom art, and had stories for each piece. She enjoyed it from the start - it grew on my each day and by the end we were all sad to leave. The water gets very hot, both in the inside shower and the outside shower on deck - this is a nice change from some places we've stayed. The inside shower was probably my biggest concern - the tub surround adhesive has worn away after so many years so the floor sort of moves on you, it really constrained my movement in there - it's a small bathroom so will be hard to address, but better to do so before it cracks or something. There is plenty of seating and a nice sized deck that wraps around most of property. There is also plenty of wood in the garage for indoor or outdoor fire (fireplace and firepit). Now, the best part of this property. It does have neighbors on each side, but you'd never know it. The trees along both property lines seclude you and you feel like you own an island. The beach is long and is a great shape (not straight, a nice curve that adds an even more secluded feeling. Tide goes out 50' from the break wall at low tide, and all the way up to the wall at high tide - really drastic difference. Low tide is really fun to look for crabs and clams. A caution that I learned the hard way - watch little ones...and big ones too (like me). At low tide once you're off the rock part of the beach there is a sand section - you can sink deep into this, best to walk around, or test out your ability to move if you needed to move in a hurry. There are kayaks available as well. Overall this was probably our most unique cabin we've stayed at and one we'll remember the rest of our lives. Our children miss it already and those views and private beach are memories they'll cherish forever.

    Stayed: Mar 2019