Rates & Pricing
All service and product prices are subject to change without notice and prices are NOT guaranteed through your pre-paid term.
We try to keep our prices and information as current as possible. However, due to possible unforeseen changes there may be a price or informational change on an item or service before we can update it in our listings. In the event that we are subjected to cost increases from our suppliers or contractors, we may need to collect additional fees mid-term. We will make every effort to avoid having to do this, and should there be a price change on a reservation or item you have ordered, we will call you to advise you of the change.
Please be sure to provide us with your email address, and your day and night phone numbers and the hours you can be reached. Eco Park is not responsible for typographical or photographical errors. Following is the latest pricing information. If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call at (360) 274-7007.
Following is the latest pricing information. If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call at (360) 274-7007.
$125 per night
$130 per night
Yurt: $75 per night
Dorma Yurt: $150 per night
Tent Sites: $22.00 per night
RV Sites: $22.00 per night
Ride the Eco Park Adventure Trails. Call us at 360-274-7007 during office hours (Seasonal: 9am-9pm PST; Off-Season: 9am-7pm PST)) to reserve one, two or four hour rides. Or e-mail us.
Current Rate: $40.00 per person / per hour
Bookable Time Slots:
Monday/Tuesdays are reserved for special groups that have made prior arrangements.
Restrictions apply: age and weight limits. Please contact us for information. Space is limited, and reservations are strongly recommended. Take a look at the Horse Photo Gallery, and you will be ready to saddle up.
All Helicopter Tours are through Applebee Aviation.
CRATER TOUR (20-25 Min.) – $199/person
Straight flight up to the Crater – have your camera ready.
BLAST ZONE TOUR (25-30 Min.) – $249/person
Includes an extended flight over the blast zone area while still including a close approach to the crater’s mouth.
AWESOME COMBO TOUR (35-40 Min.) – $299/person
One of our most popular helicopter tours provides an extended photo and viewing opportunity combining both the Crater Tour and the Blast Zone Tour as the name suggests.
SEDIMENT DAM TOUR (10-15 Min) – $129/person
A great choice for cloudy days and an affordable helicopter tour to look for elk and experience the devastation of the mudflow.
Visit America’s most famous active volcano with Applebee Aviation.
Choose from one of our fantastic tours.
All flights are conducted on a weather-permitting basis and are subject to availability.
Customized tours are available on request.
STEP ON GUIDES: $150 per bus (tax and gratuity not included.) Your guide will be available to you for 4-hours, $37.50 for each additional hour, or all day for $300 (up to a maximum of eight hours.)
We can also make additional arrangements for lunch. Please use our handy customer worksheet to help you figure the cost for your group.
Logger Lunch. The lunch menu includes our famous logger stew in a sourdough bread bowl, fresh green salad, choice of dressing and beverage. Price is just $11.95 per person. A vegetarian menu is also available.
For an extra fee, you can modify your menu to include BBQ chicken and/or a scrumptious dessert. We can also set up a special musical treat for an additional fee. Please call for specifics. Each tour group is different and prices vary.
When tourists head for Mount St. Helens on a day outing from Portland, they spend most of their time in a car, or inside the four visitor centers along State Route 504.
But there must be a better way to visit the volcano than on an exhausting 225-mile day trip from Portland. Thankfully, there is: It's called Eco Park Resort.
More than a quarter-century after Mount St. Helens blew its stack, the small resort is still the only new lodging along the busy Spirit Lake Memorial Highway. Overnight stops abound along Interstate 5, but freeway motels don't fit the ambiance people want after a nature-based outing to the volcano.
The 90-acre private resort is on the south side of the highway, midway between I-5 and road's end at Johnston Ridge Observatory. Cabins, yurts and campsites are scattered among the resort's woods and wetlands. A restaurant serves guests as well as travelers along the highway.