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STAY AT NORTH BEND

Choose to stay at The Lodge or in a Cabin

NORTH BEND LODGE

The Lodge is a very cool place to stay!

The North Bend Lodge sits atop a breeze blessed ridge that peers over the woodland river valley below. Decorated with solid oak furnishings, the lodge features 29 guest rooms featuring two double beds, a queen bed and double bed, or a king bed, bath, air conditioning, telephone, mini-fridges, and color television. The rooms are spacious, clean and attended to nightly by a cleaning service.

Visitors who dine in the glass-enclosed restaurant will delight to a sumptuous menu while enjoying the view of surrounding pristine rolling hills and wildlife. The lodge features a relaxing sitting room with a large stone fireplace, meeting and banquet rooms, and an accessible guest elevator. A gift shop located off the lobby is a great location to pick up souvenirs.

NORTH BEND CABINS

North Bend’s nine deluxe vacation cabins are located atop a secluded ridge in a white pine forest. Constructed of solid cedar, the cabins offer fireplaces, central heat and air, telephone, and two, three, and four bedrooms.

The cabins are completely equipped for housekeeping with cooking utensils, dishes, linens, blankets, kitchens with modern appliances, and baths with built in shower/tub units. Note* – the water faucets tap into a natural spring. So letting it run for a while yields some of the best, cold fresh clean drinking water around. Drink up!

Guests need only to supply food and personal items. The cabins must be rented for a minimum of one week during the summer season, with rental period being Monday to Monday.

In order to make registration easy, we have asked club presidents to arrange to filling the cabins. Most have talked about his as a first come, first served basis. Check with your club president about your individual situation.

The cabin registration process consists of two steps: First, give us information on your club and second, reserve your cabin with a payment. Note please completing the first step only will not secure the cabin.

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