DARRINGTON, Wash. — One or two new tiny cabins could be set up for overnight stays here as soon as this summer.
A survey is online now to round up thoughts from people interested in a place to stay near Darrington. The plan is for high school students to help build the cabins.
“There’s definitely a need … for unique lodging opportunities,” said Adrienne Hall, the tourism coordinator for Darrington who previously worked for the U.S. Forest Service. “We don’t have the Hiltons or the really nice high-end hotels out here, but we want a few more options for people who want to get away from those fancy hotels and just have a nice, comfortable, dry place to stay and explore all there is to do out here.”
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