View from cabin porchLiving room with futon

Logement entier

4 voyageurs

1 chambre

1 lit

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De 2 à 12 ans
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- de 2 ans
4 voyageurs au maximum. Les bébés ne sont pas pris en compte dans le nombre de voyageurs.
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À propos de ce logement

Secluded cabin in pristine wooded setting on the banks of the Bogachiel River, located midway between Forks and the Hoh Rain Forest, half-hour from beaches and trails of Olympic National Park. Double bed/ queen futon/ airbeds. Riverbank fire pit.

Le logement

The Bogie Bungalow is located in the heart of the Olympic Peninsula, with easy access to all major trails and sites Olympic National Park provides ~ mountains, rivers and wilderness ocean beaches. Check "Guest Access" for some of my favorite places!

Altho no TV, the cabin does have a DVD/VCR with a large supply of movies. Wifi exists but is weak.
Electric "fireplace" in the living room.
Outside campfire wood provided.

Accès des voyageurs

Bogie Bungalow – General Information
Check-in: 2:00 Check-out: 12:00

Owner: Stephanie Wickersham, 101 Hollow Rd., Forks, WA 98331
Emergency Contact Phone Numbers:

Forks has frequent, brief power outages. If power goes out, water will also go out as we are on a community well powered by electricity. When power is restored, the pump needs to be restarted manually. Someone in the neighborhood will do this. If for some reason the pump is not restarted within half an hour of the power being restored, contact me at one of the above numbers. Emergency drinking water is available on the porch. Rainwater for flushing, washing, etc. is available in a large tub outside the northwest corner of the cabin. It’s the wilderness experience!

The floors in the cabin are new. Whenever possible, please remove shoes when inside, sweep up dirt and rocks, and quickly dry any wet areas on the floor.

Firewood for the fire pit is on the porch. Please be conservative with the size of your fire. Fire danger is a constant in wooded areas like ours.

Extra blankets are in the bottom section of the dresser, as are the airbeds. Extra, extra blankets are in the trunk beside the futon. Futon and airbed sheets are in the dresser drawers.

The pictures in the cabin are the original works of David Youngberg, a Forks photographer. These pictures (and others) can be ordered online at (EMAIL HIDDEN) and can also be purchased directly from the cabin. Prices available upon request. The postcards are his also. Please take a couple, and purchase any more that you would like for 25 cents a card. David can be reached by phone at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).

Cell phone coverage is problematic, but most phones will work as soon as you get to Highway 101. We have been working on wifi for the cabin. My laptop does connect using “Bogie Guest”. The easiest connection is on the porch on the little glass table.

If your time is limited, some places that are “must sees” are the following:

Ruby Beach – s. about 20 minutes – Great tide pools at low tide!

Kalaloch Beach and Lodge – s. about 25 minutes (Most of the cabin pictures are from Ruby or Kalaloch)

Hoh Rain Forest – s. 7 miles to the turnoff. Great place to see elk, and nice hikes starting at the visitor’s center. Don’t miss the Hall of Mosses!

Oil City – s. about seven miles, but turn to the right (west) at the Cottonwood Recreation Area sign. If you cross the Hoh River, you went too far. Stay on the road (don’t go into Cottonwood). Oil City is neither a city nor has oil. It is the outlet of the Hoh River. Drive to the end of the road, park and take the easy hike to the beach (about a 20 minute walk). The trail comes out at the Hoh River, and you’ll have to poke around a little to regain the trail to the beach. There are usually many eagles, pelicans, herons, and other seabirds. Across the river is the Hoh Indian Reservation, so you can often see net fishing in the river. CAUTION: IF YOU HAVE KIDS, THERE ARE DROPOFFS AND WASHOUTS along the trail into the river, and the trail is not posted.

Rialto Beach – n. past Forks about 1 mile to the turnoff (left), clearly marked for Olympic National Park beaches. Rialto is easy access with picnic area, firepits, tables and bathrooms.

Second and Third Beach/LaPush – Not very fancy names, but absolutely glorious beaches! My favorite is Second Beach with a little creek, but Third Beach has a waterfall at times. Second Beach is about a 30 minute walk with a hill at the end, and Third Beach is a bit longer.

LaPush/First Beach – LaPush is the home of the Quileute Indian Nation. The beach is First Beach, has a creek and very easy access. You can park at Lonesome Creek Store for a small fee. First Beach is not part of the park, and dogs are allowed off-leash. Great fireworks during Quileute Days (mid-July)! The River’s Edge Restaurant has great views with good eagle sightings.
Gray whales can often be spotted at these beaches in September and March/April as they take a break during their bi-annual migration. Take your binoculars and watch for the tell-tale water spray as they exhale. There is a tide schedule in the table in the cabin. Area maps are also in there, or in the storage folder on the table.

Lake Crescent Lodge – A great place to stop for lake viewing and a drink on the porch, and to get information about the Lake Crescent area – about 40 miles north of Forks. Also good for swimming, especially with kids. There is a wonderful hiking trail on the opposite, roadless side of the lake called the Spruce Railroad Trail. It is easy and well worth the effort.

East Beach on Lake Crescent – great place for kids for swimming-shallow! No lifeguards, however, and floatation toys can be used.

Sol Duc Hot Springs and Falls – About 27 miles north of Forks to the turn-off. The road back is lovely, and ends at an easy, self guiding tour to a small gorge and waterfall. Sol Duc Hot Springs is a natural hot springs with three hot pools and a cold pool. Includes a restaurant, snack bar, gift shop and shower area. For some reason, a gray day in Forks is often a sunny day in the Sol Duc Valley!

Neah Bay and Lake Ozette – A little more than an hour drive. Home to the Makah Indians. The road from Clallam Bay to Neah Bay is slow, curvy, and beautiful with lots of eagles and views across the Straits of Juan de Fuca to Canada. Cape Flattery is an unforgettable hike out a cliff looking towards Tatoosh Island.

Fish Hatchery and Interpretive Center – Near milepost 203, turn onto the Mary Clark Road. Immediately turn right and follow to the end. There is a nice interpretive center, holding tanks for fry, and an entrapment pond for the big guys, if you are lucky. The shed where the eggs are processed may also be open. Interesting activity if you hit a rainy day.


Olympic National Park was originally founded to preserve the area elk, known as Roosevelt Elk. The herd was almost extinct when Teddy Roosevelt set aside park lands for their protection. In the summer, they can frequently be seen from the cabin just downriver, either grazing or crossing the river.

In Forks, turn right (east) at the stoplight onto Division Street. Follow Division to the very end (about a mile). The road gets quite narrow, with cow pastures on the right. Near the end of the road, on the right, elk can usually be seen grazing or resting. The elk herd is about half-tame, and the field is maintained by a Forks’ local for the herd. If they are not immediately visible, check carefully back by the treeline.
and all pasture-type areas.

The Forks airport can be the best elk viewing site in town! If they are there, you will see them.

Fire starting hints: Although I’ll have dry firewood for you, it can be tricky starting a fire. One “cheater” trick is to start with a pile of Matchlight charcoal. After the coals burn for about ten minutes, slowly add wood. Another method is to bring a Duraflame firelog and cut it into thirds. One section works well to start a fire. And there are the firestarter pressed wood “bricks” available at most stores.

Échanges avec les voyageurs

You will be on your own while in the cabin. Although we live in the area, you most likely will not run across us. You will check yourselves in (key location to be disclosed after reservation confirmed) and just lock up when you leave. We're hoping you will enjoy the privacy and serenity of the area!

Autres remarques

This is a rain forest! Be prepared. Raingear is your best friend... However, rain doesn't really stop exploration and when the sun is out, it is glorious! The moon rises directly across the river and shines into the cabin living room, as does the sun - a beautiful sight. Evening stars are remarkable on a clear night - great views of the Milky Way and meteor showers when the time is right.

Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 4
Salles de bain : 1
Type de lit : Vrai lit
Chambres : 1
Lits : 1
Type de logement : Logement entier


Voyageur supplémentaire : Sans frais
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Règlement intérieur

Please remove shoes whenever possible.
Please turn off outside lights when not using them.
Smoking limited to outside.
Although firewood is provided, please be conservative as the cabin is in a wooded area and wildfire is always a concern.
Pets not usually allowed.



Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.

Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone

Séjour de 1 nuit minimum

263 commentaires

Profil utilisateur de Mitchka
juin 2015
Le bogie bungalow est un lieu magique. Nous avons passé là deux nuits extraordinaires. Stephanie avait eu la gentillesse de nous trouver un lit pour notre bébé et de nous laisser des cookies de bienvenue ! Mon mari a pu la pêcher la Bogachiel River, et même s'il n'a pas attrapé de très gros poissons, il était heureux comme un enfant :) les filles et moi avons eu la chance de déjeuner en compagnie de trois petits lapins avant de quitter les lieux ... un merveilleux moment. Si le bogie bungalow n'était pas à 12 heures d'avion de chez moi, j'y passerais tous mes week end :)

Profil utilisateur de Ashley
juin 2017
Absolutely adorable! This is the perfect place to get away from it all - private and cozy and in a beautiful secluded setting. We only stayed one night due to travel plans but wish we had been able to stay longer. The location was great for exploring the beaches and the rain forest. Stephanie was responsive and went above and beyond making her guests feel at home. Also, check in/out was a breeze. Would highly recommend this place!

Profil utilisateur de Amanda
juin 2017
We had just a one night stay in the Bogie Bungalow during a hiking road trip. If we would have planned it all over again, we would have stopped and stayed here at least two! The cabin itself was adorable, very clean and, comfortable. The views out the back door were incredible. We were exhausted from our ten mile hike in the Hot rainforest but absolutely giddy with the beauty that was around us. We spent all night pouring over the books and brochures of the beautiful Pacific Northwest Stephanie had laid out and spent all morning sitting by the fire pit watching the river and counting hummingbirds. It was so peaceful, relaxing, and awe-inspiring. Pictures do not do this airbnb justice. I would recommend this place to anyone.

Profil utilisateur de Rachel
juin 2017
The Bogie Bungalow was just perfect! Great central location to several must see sights within the ONP. The view of the river was gorgeous!!

Profil utilisateur de Angela
juin 2017
Had a great visit. Loved it so much we wanted to stay longer. Nicely decorated and stocked. Thanks for the hospitality and the Chocolate chip cookies were a nice touch.

Profil utilisateur de Torben
juin 2017
The cabin is really sweet and located directly at the river is really nice. It was clean and you had everything you need. Check in was very easy and stephanie had good information about the trails and national park. The park and the beaches must be wonderful, but we had bad rain the whole time, so we did not see too much of that... but thats "rainforest". Unfortunataly, the bed is a bit noisy when mouving at night... would not be so bad, but our 10-month-old daughter was awake with every move. For that reason, we left a day earlier then planned. That late cancel was no problem for the host, thanks for that.

Profil utilisateur de Chelsea
juin 2017
The Bogie Bungalow is scenic, cozy, and well stocked. Stephanie is a great hostess and thinks of just about everything you may need during your stay, including some yummy cookies upon check-in! :) We had a great stay and look forward to coming back again some day!

Forks, Washington, États-Unis · Membre depuis janvier 2015
Profil utilisateur de StephanieStephanie est un Superhost.

I am a recently retired primary grades teacher. I've lived in the Forks area for the last 30+ years, and just love it. Even when the weather is bad, it is gorgeous and always exciting. My goal is to hike every major trail on the Olympic Peninsula...and I am getting there!

Just a few extras about the cabin... It does have a DVD/video player with lots of movies. Also, it has a weak wifi signal that is getting better!

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