The Lodges

The Lodges

Mt Hood's premier bunkhouse lodging with meals for groups during the Fall, Winter, and Spring months. $45 per night includes: Dinner, one night's stay, & Breakfast. Best bargain on Mt Hood!! Reservations are required.

Avoid the gridlock at Government Camp. Stay at the closest lodging to Mt. Hood Meadows. We have 2 lodges! (Chinook and Coho lodges) Just 5 miles, 5 minutes, past Government Camp on Highway 26. (directions) Enjoy the mountain's best breakfast.

Your Hosts:
Lynne and Mike Annett have been hosting camp groups on Mt. Hood since 1979. Serving groups of 6 to 200 has been their task for 3+ decades.

Mike & Lynne

(503) 337-2288

The Lodges are Ideal for:

Church Retreats
Business meetings/functions
Ski vacations
Tubing fun (we have our own private tubing hill)
Family Reunions
Wedding and Receptions
Ski Team Camps (you bring your team, we take care of your food and lodging)
X-C Skiing, Snowmobiling, or Dog Sled Weekends.

If you want to avoid the winter weekend traffic and the long lift-lines on the mountain, come stay with us during the weekdays.   

Chinook Lodge

The main "Chinook" Lodge has five sleeping rooms which can sleep from 44 to 56 in twin bunk beds. Each room comes with a full bath and shower.

All of the lodge facilities are non-smoking.

Our basement features an academy style ski and snowboard tuning center, pool table, ping pong table, a five station Universal gym and TV/video setups for reviewing the day's activities.

The Lodges are designed to be friendly to those with special needs. The Lodges provides a graded ramp from the parking lot to the lodge while main floor accommodations make getting to your room a breeze. Please request when making your reservation.

Coho Lodge

The "Coho" lodge is located about 75 yards up the hill from our main "Chinook" lodge. It has a meeting room, 7 sleeping rooms (which sleeps 40-50), a porch area and a large basement.  Each room in "Coho" has a full bath and shower and sleeps 6-10 in twin bunk beds.  We supply the bedding and pillows, but you can also bring your own sleeping bags if you wish.