10 Cozy Snowy Cabins in Oregon You’re Going To Love
Looking for a cabin to reserve in Oregon? Or maybe you’re just here to check out some super cool beautiful snowy cabins. Either way, I have put together a list of some very cozy cabins in Oregon to check out.
1. Welches Oregon
2. Geodesic cabin in Welches, Oregon
3. Barlow Cabin at Trillium Lake
Hit the link here to get rental information for this cabin.
4. The Hemlock Butte Cabin near Diamond Lake
Reservations and contact: Call Earl at the Diamond Lake Ranger Station (541-498-2531) to reserve this perfect cabin. He’s been known to call the people who have reservations to see whether they’d be willing to share the cabin or to find out whether there will be a last-minute cancellation. (If you’re hoping to share, he recommends bringing a bag of Cheetos to the cabin as a goodwill offering.) Read more at The Oregonian)
5. Cabin at Trillium Lake
Snowshoes and cross country skis are the only way to get to these cabins on Trillium Lake during the winter months. (Mt. Hood in Oregon)
6. Chateau at the Oregon Caves
7. Detroit Lake Getaway
Located in the forest above Detroit lake, this Cabin boasts the smell of fresh cut pine and tree top views with privacy. The owners have spent a lot of time to make the cabin a perfect get away. Move-in ready with all the amenities needed for food preparation giving you a feeling of home away from home.
Cozily sleeps 6 with one room inside loft area of cabin with full size bed and a room below with two full size futons. This room below is ONLY accessible through the outside, has a separate entrance.
Enjoy the cozy gas stove, surround sound TV (no cable) or venture out onto the large deck with forested view of the mountains and the small town of Detroit or just stay at the cabin and enjoy the hot tub nestled in the woods surrounding our cabin.
Most all the cabins do not have running water. They have gas heat and a gas lamp. Electricity is provided by a diesel generator from 7-9am, 12-1pm and 5-10pm. Most all the cabins do not have running water. Cabins have gas heat and a gas lamp. Electricity is provided by a diesel generator from 7-9am, 12-1pm and 5-10pm. he lake never gets much over 38 degrees even in the Summer. The lake covers a preserved –not petrified- forest. You can rent a row boat or take any non motorized boat on the lake to float over the forest. Not to far down the road is two hot springs for soaking- one natural and the other developed. I would say that this area is defiantly one of Oregon’s Must See places.
If you’re interested in reserving one of these cabins hit the link here.
9. Lake Creek Lodge
Planning a business retreat or corporate event? Lake Creek Lodge is ideal and provides a magical setting to make your next retreat both productive and refreshing! Conveniently located about 40 minutes west of Bend, or 2 hours east of Salem off of Hwy. 20, you’d be hard pressed to find a better location for your next business gathering. Hit the link here to check out more.
10. Tilly Jane Cabin
Here’s a shot of the Tilly Jane A-Frame Cabin from loomisadventures.com. Built in the late 1930’s by the Civilian Conservation Corp, the Tilly Jane A-Frame is a quintessential rustic alpine retreat. The A-Frame was originally constructed to support climbing parties on their ascents of Mount Hood’s challenging northeastern route. Today the cabin is maintained by the Oregon Nordic Club, and during the winter months the rustic and popular abode sees a constant flow of day-trippers and overnight guests. The A-Frame is large enough to accommodate 20 guests comfortably, and the floorplan includes a giant wood stove in the center of the structure where everyone can warm up, dry their socks, and socialize. The overnight accommodations are almost always booked, so be sure to make your reservations early ($15 per person per night). (info courtesy of outdoorproject.com)
Planning a business retreat or corporate event? Lake Creek Lodge is ideal and provides a magical setting to make your next retreat both productive and refreshing! Conveniently located about 40 minutes west of Bend, or 2 hours east of Salem off of Hwy. 20, you’d be hard pressed to find a better location for your next business gathering.