Guests at Skamania Lodge can enjoy the majestic and tranquil setting of the Columbia River Gorge without sacrificing the comforts of home. All guests enjoy the following amenities:
- On-site Parking
- Unlimited free local calls
- 24 hour access to Technology Room
- Complimentary wireless internet in guestrooms, Cascade Dining Room, River Rock and Gorge Room
- Hardwire and wireless internet in Woodland section
- Complimentary USA Today (Monday - Friday) and apples in the Gorge Room
- Complimentary gourmet coffee & Tazo tea in main lobby
- Access to three scenic onsite hiking trails
- Access to Skamania Lodge Zip Line Tour
- Tennis, basketball and volleball (grass) courts
- Complimentary use of adult street bikes
- Access to fitness center, indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzis and saunas, and outdoor hot tub with sun deck
- Access to the library featuring books, periodicals and board games
- Recreational information available at the onsite US Forest Service Information Center & at our Concierge desk
- Dining available in the Cascade Dining Room, River Rock, the seasonal Greenside Grille and in-room dining service.
- Pet rooms available with advance reservation. An additional fee is charged
- Treatments at the Waterleaf Spa and golf are offered at an additional fee
A daily lodge fee is applied during your stay. This fee is charged for Internet Access, Facility Usage and Parking.
HELP US MAKE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE FOR THE COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE NATIONAL SCENIC AREA
The National Forest Foundation's Forest Stewardship Fund gives guests an easy way to be stewards of our amazing public lands. Throughout the country, when you stay at participating lodges, you may voluntarily contribute $1 per room night to the Forest Stewardship Fund, to enhance the National Forest or Scenic Area adjacent to where the funds are collected. The National Forest Foundation, the participating business and the local Forest Service work together to invest the funds in on-the-ground conservation projects, conducted through local non-profit partners. Projects include those that improve wildlife habitat, enrich streams, restore native plants, and improve recreational experiences. For more information about the fund, please visit the National Forest Foundation's website or contact Greg Peters at firstname.lastname@example.org or (406) 830-3361.