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We stopped for two nights in the high summer season. Unlike many other national park sites we stayed at, this one is well run, is clean and quiet. We stayed in a four plex cabin. WiFi was out during our visit, but it was a...More
We stayed two nights in a cabin here similar to a fourplex. It was quiet, clean and the bed was comfortable. However, it is very dated and could use an upgrade. While there, the doorknob came off and the shower door dripped onto the floor...More
My wife and I recently toured Washington and Oregon for 10 days and stayed in 10 different hotels. Mazama Village was by far the most disappointing and the most expensive. The room was very small and cramped. No light bulb seemed to be brighter than...More
We spent the night of 9/18. Each of the 10 buildings have four units in them. Ours had two double beds and a bathroom with shower stall. The units are older, but ours was well maintained, clean and quiet. Amenities included a coffee pot and...More
No room at the lodge so we opted for the cabins. They are not individual cabins but a complex of four rooms. We were pleasantly surprised. We were expecting it to be noisy but it was peaceful, comfortable and we were pleased with our stay.
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