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When one is visiting National Parks, one must be prepared for more rustic accommodations. We stayed in the cabins for 2 nights and they were just right for our needs. A wall heater helped keep the room cozy, and wifi was a nice bonus. We...More
Avoid if possible. Xanterra needs to renovate the cabins. Depressing colors, low wattage lights, filthy carpets, old scratchy towels And electric outlets that chargers cannot stay in...kept falling out. Poor lighting...could not read in room and bathroom lights so low that shower stall difficult to...More
We have had 6 'stops' on our 3 week visit to Oregon/Washington states. The Mazama Village Inn was the best value. 4 of us shared the 2 bed cabin for 4 nights. We have stayed in some of the top hotels across the country and...More
I'll admit from the start I didn't want to stay here but sometimes in a marriage you have to compromise and my husband really wanted to stay in the Park. Even booking 9 months in advance, the Lodge was fully booked so Mazama Village it...More
If you are going on to visit Crater Lake, you can try to book at the Lodge but it is typically booked up a year in advance by the tour groups etc. your next choice within the National Park, is the Manama Village Motor Inn....More
I am sorry, but I do not know. I brought my own food in , There is a office that is very well set up with food, gas and basic needs but the prices are at a premium. As far as sending things go, I am afraid I am of no help. I... More
I am sorry, but I do not know. I brought my own food in , There is a office that is very well set up with food, gas and basic needs but the prices are at a premium. As far as sending things go, I am afraid I am of no help. I hope his trip works out well