Explore Geotourism Locations

Currently Viewing

Lodging (43)

  1. Laughing Bear Log Cabin

    The Laughing Bear Cabin was built by the Steiners, who built a number of cabins in the area in the 1920s and 1930s. This one has all the original furniture, bear locks, bent wood, Dutch doors, etc. The current owners have preserved the feel, in and out, of a…

    Location: 27132 E Marion Rd, Rhododendron, OR 97049
  2. McKenzie River Inn

    Besides being the oldest bed and breakfast on the McKenzie River, with a historic location where invasive plants and trees have been replaced with native ones, this is the only resort on the McKenzie that hosts special events focused on the first Americans, from a…

    Location: 49164 mckenzie hwy, vida, OR 97488
  3. Metolius River Resort

    The 3,000-foot elevation of the resort boasts clean air, generally sunny days and cool nights. Miles and miles of streamside and forest trails invite birdwatching, hiking, biking and picnicking. Water sports, golf, horesback riding, skiing and shopping are available within a short distance. With the Metolius…

    Location: 25551 SW Forest Service Rd 1419, Camp Sherman, OR 97730
  4. Mount Tahoma Trails

    Mount Tahoma Trails is a 50 mile hut-to-hut no fee cross-country ski and snowshoe trail system as well as mountain bike trail system. The trails are operated by the Tahoma State Forest and private forestland by the non-profit Mount Tahoma Trails Association and operated by…

    Location: WA State Route 706, Ashford, WA 98304
  5. Mt. Hood Hamlet Bed and Breakfast

    The community (hamlet) of Mt. Hood, on an Oregon Scenic Byway, hearkens back to the late 1800s, when early pioneers were homesteading the Northwest.  The community had the first officially established Post Office in the Upper Hood River Valley in 1890, designated “Mt Hood.”  The…

    Location: 6741 Hwy 35, Mt. Hood, OR 97041
  6. National Park Inn

    The National Park Inn provides the only year-round lodging in Mt. Rainier National Park and is located in the Longmire Historic District, an area rich in history but rarely visited. James Longmire discovered the area in 1883, his interest peaked by the mineral springs and natural…

    Location: Mount Rainier National Park, Longmire, WA 98397
  7. Odd Fellows Lodge – Oakridge

    The Odd Fellows Lodge building in Oakridge dates back to the late 1920s.  The current owners have hosted many gatherings at the lodge, which always include food and music. They typically have an open-door policy (rooms to rent) if visitors need a place to rest.  The Odd…

    Location: 76454 Hazel Street, Oakridge, OR 97463
  8. Ohanapecosh Campgrounds

    Situated among Douglas firs, western red cedars, and western hemlocks, visitors to Ohanapecosh can experience the beauty and complexity of an old-growth forest. In the 1920’s until 1967 settlers came to the bubbling hot springs where a resort with cabins and bathhouses were developed. Today…

    Location: Packwood , WA 98361
  9. Paradise Inn

    Trail weary climbers and mountain retreat seekers alike find comfort around the mammoth stone fireplaces in the grand lobby and dining room of this historic landmark. Built in 1916, this historic landmark inn holds a special place in the heart of Washington residents. The Paradise Inn…

    Location: Mount Rainier National Park, Paradise, WA 98398
  10. Prospect Historic Hotel

    The Prospect Historic Hotel offers warm and inviting accommodations in the natural beauty of Oregon. The hotel, built in the late 1800s and listed in the National Register of Historic Places, is a magnificent stage house, with grounds that are great for strolling or just…

    Location: 391 Mill Creek Dr, Prospect, OR 97536
Previous Viewing 21 - 30 of 43 Lodging Next
National Geographic