Tucannon is a two-story wood frame structure with wood siding and a shake shingle roof. The upstairs is divided into two sleeping areas, one furnished with a bunkbed and a single bed and the other with a double bed. The ground floor has a spare ‘museum’ room with historic pictures and a living room furnished with a futon that sleeps two. The downstairs bathroom is equipped with a flush toilet and shower/tub with hot water.
Electricity and propane are included for heating and cooking. The kitchen and dining area boast a cook stove and refrigerator, plus a table and chairs. The cabin has potable running water year round. A picnic table beneath the trees & firepit sit outside.
Most cleaning supplies, dishes, pots, pans and utensils are provided, but visitors are encouraged to bring their own. Guests should also bring bedding or sleeping bags, and basic camping gear like flashlights, dish soap and matches. Cabin should be cleaned before departure. Mop, bucket, broom and cleaning supplies provided.
The cabin is at 2600 ft elevation on a shady, gently rolling site at the base of a hillside in Tucannon Valley. The rugged landscape stretches across the northern Blue Mountains of southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon.
Visitors may spot local inhabitants like wild turkey, pheasant, deer, elk and even an occasional moose in the area.
For Changes & Cancellation Fees, please see Rules & Reservation Policies.