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  1. RaGin Ranch Bed and Breakfast

    RaGin Ranch Bed and Breakfast is a historic home located in the Cascade Mountains with a stunning view of Klamath Lake and near to Crater Lake National Park. This historic bed and breakfast was orginally owned by a local mill owner and was built in 1925. …

    Location: 24305 Hwy 97 N, Chiloquin, OR 97624
  2. Rainier Mountain Festival / Rainier BaseCamp

    Rainier Basecamp is the place to stop when going to Mt. Rainier National Park and is home to the annual Rainier Mountain Festival. Climbers come from around the world to hang out and participate in a weekend pack with mountaineering adventure. ADA Accessible Interpretive Signage Trained Guides/Guided Tours/Self-Guided…

    Location: 30027 SR 706 East, Ashford, WA 98304
  3. Skamania Lodge

    Surrounded by the waterfalls, peaks, forests and canyons of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Skamania Lodge is an all-season mountain resort situated on 175 acres offering a vast array of outdoor activities.  Skamania boasts the Waterleaf Spa, indoor swimming pool and whirlpools, a…

    Location: 1131 Skamania Lodge Way, Stevenson, WA 98648
  4. Steamboat Inn

    This historic fishing lodge is now a lovely inn located right along the North Umpqua River. Scenic beautyabounds, with fabulous food served familystyle at dinnertime for registered guests. Local wines are served at the evening reception for guests, hosted by the owner, Jim Van Loan. Great…

    Location: 42705 N.Umpqua Highway, Steamboat, OR 97447
  5. Stevenson

    Stevenson is the only city actually on the river waterfront in the National Scenic Area. The Stevenson Waterfront is “in the mountains” yet very accessible by car and only 40 minutes from Portland yet a world away.  Stevenson Landing at the Waterfront is home to…

    Location: Stevenson, WA
  6. Summit Meadow Cabins

    Summit Meadow Cabins offer not just lodging, but an experience, exposing guests to the outdoors from a comfortable setting and allowing them to learn as much as they want about the local history, flora and fauna and recreational attractions. Summit Meadow was used for centuries as a native…

    Location: 91000 E Chimney Rock Rd, Government Camp, OR 97028
  7. The Sisters Country

    The Sisters Country offers a unique “step back in time” for visitors and locals.  This western-themed town is the hub for eco-opportunities in the Central Cascades, with activities such as rafting, hiking, biking, fishing, camping, rock-climbing, horseback-riding and more.  The Sisters Country is made up…

    Location: Sisters, OR 97759
  8. Timberline Lodge

    Not only is Timberline Lodge one of the region’s most iconic features, it sits on the flanks of another: Oregon’s famed Mt. Hood.  Timberline is a symbol of the Central Cascades, and no visit to the region is complete without seeing it. The setting at about…

    Location: Street Address, Mt. Hood National Forest, OR Zip
  9. Tired Dog Ranch

    Tired Dog Ranch is your getaway from the dog-eat-dog world, even if you walk on two legs. Chase your tail in the apple orchard, gnaw on a good bone in the pasture, or howl at the moon in the meadow. If you’re dog-tired, you can…

    Location: 47061 LaDuke Road, Westfir, OR 97492
  10. Trout Lake Motel

    Sweet potato waffles and log cabin accommodations provide ample fuel for exploring nearby ice caves and volcanic bridges.   Trout Lake Motel is known for friendly service, wonderful, homemade meals and gorgeous views of the Tieton River. Fee Required Located on Private Land

    Location: 27090 Highway 12, Naches, WA 98937
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