These cabins are open year-round in Jasper National Park.
Is there anything that gives the warm fuzzies quite like cuddling up next to a crackling fireplace in a log cabin while snow falls gently outside the window? There are nearly 500 cabins to rent in Jasper, ranging from cozy riverside cabins to luxurious log refuges that British royalty have stayed in, but most of them aren’t open through the winter. Pair heritage aesthetic with modern comforts in a beautiful home-away-from-home, and take part in our longstanding cabin culture by booking a stay in one of these year-round havens.
Bear Hill Lodge
Located in a peaceful corner of Jasper, Bear Hill Lodge's accommodations are the only cabins right in town. Whatever your style or group size, there's an option to suit, from studio cottages to heritage log cabins, from chalets to homestead log houses.
While real wood-burning fireplaces and earthy furnishings maintain the rustic cabin vibes of yesteryear, curated artwork and chic decor touches lend a modern feel to the cozy spaces. Rich in texture and honest comforts, each cabin is unlike any other.
Fully equipped kitchens and luxurious duvets facilitate snug evenings in, and a dog-friendly policy (with advance reservation and pet fee) means memories from the retreat will include truly the entire family.
Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge
This resort offers cabins that wrap around the shores of pristine Lac Beauvert and Canada's #1 Golf Resort. Surrounded by nature and abundant wildlife, this 700 acre year-round luxury mountain resort offers activities for all itineraries, from active days outdoors to rejuvenating at the luxurious Fairmont Spa, complete with year-round outdoor heated pool and hot tub.
Relax in one of the Fairmont’s quaint cedar chalets or exquisite Signature Cabins, which have more than once been the refuge of choice for royalty, such as Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip. Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge also has a deep commitment to sustainability, and was awarded the Hotel Association of Canada's prestigious Green Key Environmental Award for 2017.
Overlander Mountain Lodge
The Overlander Mountain Lodge offers spectacular views, the award-winning Stone Peak Restaurant, and ultra-comfortable lodging. Located on the eastern edge of Jasper National Park, the Overlander combines warm hospitality and a casual, yet cozy atmosphere a mountain setting of unique, natural beauty.
Accommodations include the Lodge Mountain View and Garden View rooms, Miette rooms, Cabin rooms and pet-friendly options equipped with kitchenettes. They also offer 2 and 3-bedroom vacation rental homes with full kitchens and lots of living space, which are perfect for larger groups or families.
Open year round, the lodge provides a peaceful, invigorating mountain getaway in an authentic Canadian log lodge environment.
Miette Mountain Cabins
Situated at the start of Miette Hot Springs road off the Yellowhead Highway, these cabins are a mere 30 minutes from the Jasper town site and feature an on-site playground. In the summer, swimmers can enjoy a heated outdoor pool or travel up the seasonal road to the Miette Hot Springs but winter visitors get plenty of perks too, including the peaceful serenity of a quieter season. Many of the cabins have a kitchen and some also have an extra bedroom and balcony. Grab a bite at the Camp Store or barbeque home meals yourself. The Pocahontas mine site trail is also close by, where visitors can enjoy the historic past of Jasper National Park.