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Skamania Lodge

Skamania means “swift water” in Native Chinook; Washington’s Skamania Lodge, a mountain resort overlooking the scenic Columbia River Gorge near the Cascade foothills and their rushing waterfalls, is aptly named.

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  • The perfect combination of country charm and elegance, Skamania Lodge offers guests comfortable accommodations in a beautiful forest setting.
  • Open all year for lodging, golf, and access to the sights and recreation of the Columbia River Gorge.
  • Call (509) 427-7700 for more information.


On 175 acres of mountain forest land, with its pine and slate floors, 85-foot fireplace, and views of the Columbia River Gorge, Skamania Lodge Resort in southwestern Washington State perfectly combines the rustic with the elegant. Although built in 1993, the lodge was designed to mimic the architectural charm of the great Cascadian lodges built at the turn of the twentieth century. Constructed by a partnership between private and public entities, Skamania Lodge offers guests 254 guest rooms, several dining choices, an 18-hole golf course, comprehensive fitness center, and access to area hiking trails.

Location & Information

Skamania Lodge
1131 SW Skamania Lodge Way
Stevenson, WA 98648
(509) 427-7700

Reach Skamania Lodge from Hood River by taking Interstate 84 West to Exit 44 at Cascade Locks. Take Bridge of the Gods across the Columbia River and turn east on Highway 14 (Lewis & Clark Highway). Drive about 1-1/4 miles into Stevenson and turn left onto Rock Creek Drive, then a quick left onto Skamania Lodge Way.


Skamania Lodge is open year-round.


Accommodations vary in price based on room, number of guests, and season. Various conference and meeting rooms also are available. Call the Lodge for information, (509) 427-7700.