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Scottsdale, Arizona
Reviewed 2 June 2016

Mazama Lodge offers a great value for lodging just a few minutes from the climbing trailhead to Mt. Hood. Renee, who checked in a climbing friend and me, and who also is chef and manager, is incredibly friendly, patient and helpful. The meals are tasty, healthy with high-quality ingredients. Coffee, tea and hot chocolate area available in the spacious lodge...

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Spokane, Washington
Reviewed 22 September 2015

This lodge is for the outdoorsman. You get a padded bunk in an unheated bunkhouse with shared restrooms & showers. You need to provide your own sleeping bag & pillow. The main lodge is beautiful & most people spend their time here by the fireplace until bedtime. Fastidiously clean. In the winter you will have to walk up about 100...

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Citrus Heights, California
Reviewed 20 July 2013

We stayed at Mazama Lodge and were quite pleased with the rooms. There were four separate rooms in each cabin. Separate meant separate. Each room had it's own locked entry, private bath and standard motel features. ...either two queen beds or a king, simply but nicely appointed. The only downside is you were not on the lake. But it was...

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Rochester, New Hampshire
Reviewed 26 July 2012

A group of us stayed here a couple nights. It is a little rustic set up. You sleep on bunk beds and share a bathroom. The sitting area is nice with a large fireplace. We took advantage of the option to have our meal cooked for us, the meals were great. No alcohol allowed due to it being a kids...

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Address: 30500 E West Leg Rd, Government Camp, OR 97028-0376
Region: United States > Oregon > Clackamas County > Government Camp
Number of rooms: 6
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“Remember to bring a sleeping bag, and I recommend an eye mask and ear plugs to help you sleep in the shared bunk rooms.”
mattkalina, 1 Jun 2016 | Read review
“Choices involve family dorm, men's dorm, women's dorm, & co-ed dorm.”
707elmerf, 22 Sep 2015 | Read review
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