Welcome to Mount Rainier National Park! Please take a moment to review our guest directory of frequently asked questions about our park. If you need further assistance, please don’t hesitate to call us at 1-855-755-2275.
As of January 1, 2020, National Park Inn and Paradise Inn will require a one night room and tax deposit on all reservations. Our cancellation policy is $15 charge up to 7 days prior to arrival. One night room and tax within 7 days of arrival. If you have any questions please contact the reservations department at 855-755-2275 M-F 10 am-3 pm
Our properties are no pet properties with the exception of service animals.
Pets are welcome at Mount Rainier, but they and their owners must practice the following (not in lodging):
•At all times, pets must be on a leash not more than six feet in length or in a crate.
•At all times, pets must be with and under the control of their owners.
•Owners must pick up and dispose of all fecal matter.
Pets are permitted at Mount Rainier in the following areas:
•In parking lots
•On paved roads open to public vehicles, and no more than 25 feet from paved roads
At Mount Rainier, pets are NOT allowed in the following areas (service animals excepted):
•In the wilderness and/or off-trail areas
•On roads closed for winter
**The Pacific Crest Trail is the one exception to this rule. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are permitted on the Pacific Crest Trail.
All vehicles are required to carry tire chains when traveling in the park during the winter season (November 1 – May 1). This requirement applies to all vehicles (including four-wheel-drive), regardless of tire type or weather conditions.
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