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Reception area under the covered porch of Forest Retreat. Unique table decor provided by the bride and groom. Dream Weaver is often the cabin that couples choose for themselves. The first dance at the Forest Retreat reception area.
Beautiful backdrop for your service. The trail to the Forest Amphitheater is a beautiful winding woodland path. We provide the tables, chairs, white linens. You provide the personal touches. Each couple bring their own decor to make your day unique. Beautiful woodland setting for your ceremony. Tents are provided with your event fee. Rainier National Park, provides a unique wedding venue.
Your overnight guests enjoy cabins with hot tubs, solitude along the creek and trails through the woods, and the relaxed natural environment. The Forest Amphitheater is a beautiful natural woodland setting with a raised stage area and massive rock steps.
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You welcomed us like family and your smiles greeted us every moment we saw you. Thank Thank Thank you a million times. The large open floor plan of Forest Retreat accommodates a group for a casual appetizer party, a small wedding, or up to 40 for sit down dining.
The covered porch of Forest Retreat provides a wonderful outdoor setting for receptions, parties, reunions. Pop up tents are added to expand the space for larger groups. Team Building, Seminars and Retreats: The Forest Retreat's unparalleled location, high in the towering trees, inspires fresh thinking and new ideas. Catering available from Copper Creek Restaurant. Delicious meals can be delivered to the outdoor dining area, or right to the great room of Forest Retreat.
Menus are customizable to suit you tastes. Take over the entire property for total privacy. Roam the grounds or take hikes at Mt. A large cabin designed to accommodate groups for family reunions, church retreats, school groups, art groups, quilters, workshops, etc.
The open floor plan of the upstairs room provides room for meetings, gathering and dining for about 40 people. The large covered porch has room to accommodate up to 80 for dining, projects, and meeting.
Entire content of web site is protected by applicable copyright law. Reproduction in any form is strictly prohibited. Web site designed by Catharine Gallagher, , GreatGalleriess. Outdoor weddings at Copper Creek. The traditional cake cutting. Getting ready at Muir Cabin. Have pie instead of a cake!
Reception can be catered. A campfire finishes the evening. Copper Creek Log Cabin. Fiancee;s Name Enter Company Required. The server encountered an error. Details about your event: Enter Your Message Required. Large, well equipped kitchen with a gas range and full sized refrigerator Two large hickory tables that can seat up to Folding tables and chairs can be added to accommodate an additional 20 guests. Copper Creek Restaurant offers a varied catering menu, complete with serving staff.
We provide the following: A beautiful natural setting No curfews. The party can go as long as you like. Folding tables Maple folding chairs Clear glass dishes including Mt Rainier etched champagne, wine and beer glasses White linens Pop up tents One propane heater Barbecue grills Use of the grounds Staff to set up the tables, chairs, pop up tents, etc Referrals for service providers such as officiator, photographers, musicians, etc.
Personalized table decorations Flowers Sound system Additional decorative lighting, if you like Any other decor to make your reception unique Family and friends to share your wedding celebration!
Dream Weaver is often the cabin that couples choose for themselves. The first dance at the Forest Retreat reception area. Beautiful backdrop for your service. The trail to the Forest Amphitheater is a beautiful winding woodland path.
We provide the tables, chairs, white linens. You provide the personal touches. Each couple bring their own decor to make your day unique.
Beautiful woodland setting for your ceremony. Tents are provided with your event fee. Rainier National Park, provides a unique wedding venue. Your overnight guests enjoy cabins with hot tubs, solitude along the creek and trails through the woods, and the relaxed natural environment. The Forest Amphitheater is a beautiful natural woodland setting with a raised stage area and massive rock steps.
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Be sure to give them your name, address and phone number, and any other information about your find. They will forward the information to the Cultural Resource Specialist who will investigate further and will see to it that you are credited with the find.
But please remember that it is illegal to collect, remove, damage or alter archeological resources on federal and Washington state lands without a permit. Mount Rainier National Park maintains an active program of inventory, monitoring and management of archeological resources.
Contact the park at the address below if you are interested in learning of future opportunities to participate in these activities as a volunteer. The park encourages academic research which contributes to the understanding and proper management of the archeological resources in its care.
To discuss proposals or ideas for such research projects or partnerships, please contact the Archaeologist-Cultural Resource Specialist. Mount Rainier National Park Washington. Info Alerts Maps Calendar Reserve. Alerts In Effect Dismiss. Spray Park Artifacts What is archaeology? What do we know about the human past of Mount Rainier? Archaeologic testing of a rock shelter site.
I'm the archaeologist here at Mount Rainier National Park. I also coordinate Indian relations with the park. We're standing here at Ohanapecosh Campground, at the southeast corner of Mount Rainier National Park, which we've got an archaeological site that I think is of some importance to the park.
So we've got about archaeological properties documented all around the mountain, dating to as early as 9, years ago. So we've got - this is a site map a working site map of Ohanapecosh Campground, southeast corner of Mount Rainier National Park.
In , we were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to do archaeological testing in advance of the new utility line route that was replacing an older one that was about 40 or 50 years old, that's aging.
In advance of that route, we were excavated Constant Volume Samples-- The system we call Constant Volume Sampling, which essentially uses a special in-curved handled post hole digger, that allows us to dig 30 centimeter diameter holes at a consistent diameter, perfectly nice cylinders down to about a meter and a half. Along the road line, around the road- - campground road loops and into the campground facilities, restroom areas, power boxes, things like that. This by the way is the Ohanapecosh River and these are the various campground loops in the campground.
In the process of doing that we located our first four low elevation archaeological sites, pre-contact archaeological sites, ever recorded at Mount Rainier.
So finding four sites, intact, in situ, at a low elevation place where none had ever been documented before, nor was there any indication of a presence here on the surface at that time was a big deal.
And so working off of that success from last year, the park has authorized us to sample the landscape now more broadly to see if the pattern that we observed in the utility lines is general to the landscape as a whole.
So what we did in that process was set up a grid system. Every where there is a cross was an excavation point for where we did constant volume sampling and in the process of doing that, isolated a series of about 20 more positive units that had chip stone tool remains at varying depths. One reason that this works is that tool stone- stone tools for piercing and cutting and scraping work well. It makes a fine sharp edge. The problem is they break a lot. It's very fragile, it's brittle.
So for us that's handy, because in the process of repairing and refurbishing these tools, which has to be done daily, people in the past generate a rain or a deposit of this chip stone tool remains where they've been repaired and even though the tools themselves are saved and taken away, they still leave behind enough of the repair material that we can identify where people sat in the past and did these things.
So what we do then in these samples is - sampling system- is to separate the intact sediment, the in situ sediments, from tool stone materials. These are cherts and obsidians, things like that. So first we excavated a 1-meter by 1-meter square unit which Cory is standing in at this time and we had pretty good results from that. The recovery of pretty much matched what we had found in the constant volume sample and we also recovered one tool from there. We also noticed as we excavated that the stratigraphic layers, the layers of different ash falls that have built over time to form this campground, were fairly intact, had not been disturbed too much by the forest that has grown up here over the last thousands of years and so that made us really want to expand on that unit because the less disturbance we have, the better idea we have of exactly where in that profile of different ash layers that artifacts are coming from and we have a better chance of finding them kind of where they were dropped at that time.
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