Skamania Lodge

Rated 8.4 in 150 reviews. 254 rooms.

★★★★

Nestled on 175 acres, overlooking the Columbia River and situated in the Gorge National Scenic Area, this hotel and spa combines a rustic atmosphere with today's modern amenities and facilities.

The Skamania Lodge ideally places guests only moments from a variety of recreational activities and area attractions. Hiking trails, over 70 waterfalls, whitewater rafting, boat cruises and more are all nearby.

Guests at Skamania can relax with a massage from the on-site spa, play a round of golf on the 18 hole course, rent a complimentary bicycle from the front desk or plan the next day's activities and adventures with help from the concierge desk.

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Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places near Skamania Lodge

  1. Scamania Lodge Dining Room

    46 m from hotel

  2. The Cascade Room

    Most incredible Sunday brunch!!

    52 m from hotel
    1131 Skamania Lodge Dr

  3. River Rock

    Handmade sushi was exquisite!

    55 m from hotel

  4. Skamania Lodge

    56 m from hotel

  5. Skamania Lodge Golf Course

    Tight, but fair course. More than a couple of blind tee shots, but consult the card and you should be fine.

    57 m from hotel

  6. Waterleaf Spa

    129 m from hotel
    1131 Skamania Lodge Dr

  7. Creek Loop Trail

    181 m from hotel

  8. Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center

    490 m from hotel
    Rock Creek Drive

  9. Rock Creek Fair Grounds

    0.9 km from hotel

  10. Andrew's Pizza & Bakery

    Great deal: 2 slices of thin slice pizza for $5. Even better, those slices can come with toppings, same price! As tasty as any pizza in New York to boot.

    1.7 km from hotel
    310 SW 2nd St

  11. Thunder Island Brewing Co.

    Ginger Peach Cider has a kick. Food is quality--try the Veggie Sandwich. Also, excellent view!

    2.5 km from hotel
    515 NW Portage Rd

  12. Bridge Of The Gods Trailhead

    Cool bridge its history that this bridge was built by the American Indian settlers of all boulders and rock then it was rebuilt into a modern steel bridge wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridge_of_the_Gods

    2.8 km from hotel