Copper Creek Inn

Copper Creek Lodge is a historic 1919 log building on 6 acres with 750 feet of Copper Creek frontage. Guests enjoy the beauty of the evergreen forest, grassy open areas, trails on the back side of the property and the quiet and peacefulness of being off the highway.

A charming one room cedar cabin, once used by painter Catharine Gallagher Freeman as her art studio, still is full of creative energy and displays much of her work. You can try your hand at the easel, sit by the creek to sketch, or bring some of your own projects to work on. The fresh mountain air, the lulling sounds of Copper Creek and the spirit of this creative little cabin just might inspire you.

  • Fee Required
  • Located on Private Land

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