The Explorers Inn was inspired by the intrepid who come from all over the world to venture into the wild unknown here. Ideas abound for local activities: sights to see, trails to hike, mountains to climb, and more.
Water, coffee, and tea available in lobby when open.
Free WiFi in every cabin. (Password given at check-in.)
A spacious front porch features rustic seating with ottoman and table, and a free private parking spot is conveniently located right next to each cabin.
A cozy gas-powered fireplace surrounded in serene river rock serves as a focal point for quiet evenings in. A sleek modern kitchen features a granite or quartz countertop, large farmhouse sink, and luxury soft-close cabinets stocked with dishes, glassware, utensils, silverware, and kitchen linens. An apartment-sized fridge, small coffee pot, toaster, and microwave, as well as an induction cooktop (works with provided induction cookware only), make cooking a breeze, whether your stay is just for the night or for an extended time. (Limited availability upon request: blender, smoothie maker, crock pot, French press, 12-cup coffee maker.)
Each cabin has a roomy closet and an iron and ironing board on hand. (A separate coin-op laundromat is conveniently located right next door to the Inns.) Premium bed linens and towels are provided, as well as eco-friendly cruelty-free toiletries, and an in-room safe with your personal code. Extra blankets and pillows are available upon request. (Limited availability upon request: portable crib, roll-away bed, portable high chair.)
Alarm clock, hair dryer, telephone, standard outlets, and 3-port USB charger are provided. A flat-screen television with Direct TV package is standard, and a curated library of books and games are available to sign out upon request.
Inspiration for the outdoor enthusiast to discover local adventures.
Starting at $196 per night.
at a glance
Two Queen Beds
Bathroom with Tub & Shower
50″ Flat Screen TV with Cable
- 430 sq. ft. studio cabin
- Perfect for someone who’s bumper sticker says, “I’d rather be hiking.”