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Wallowa Lake Lodge

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Room & Suite (3)
Traveller (20)
Room & Suite (3)
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Historic 1920s era lodge at the south end of Wallowa Lake in Northeastern Oregon. Stay in the main lodge building during late spring through early fall, or stay in one of eight year around cabins near the shore of Wallowa Lake. Restaurant on site serving breakfast and dinner from late spring through early fall. The classic guestrooms feature an historic feel with a mix of modern amenities. Call us for more information or visit our website.
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Property amenities
Free Parking
Public Wifi
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Non-Smoking Hotel
Wheelchair Access
Breakfast Available
Room features
Non-Smoking Rooms
Family Rooms
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Historic Hotel
Great View
Full view
Getting there
Walla Walla Airport124 km
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Kirstin H
Birmingham, Alabama
Reviewed 25 Oct 2018
What a fun step back in time at this Lodge which still has the original feel of a cabin retreat. The room decor creates an ambience of pre-technology crazed age. We really enjoyed sitting in the Lobby area with the many couches, fireplace and supplied games. Good central location.
Date of stay: August 2018
Thank Kirstin H
Lake Oswego, Oregon
Reviewed 7 Sep 2018via mobile
This place was bare bones and was far from the Lake. Rooms were hot, small and customer service weak. I would stay in Joseph . Very quiet on the plus side. No liquor . The shower did not work great. Food was good
Date of stay: September 2018
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Jacquie A
Reviewed 3 Sep 2018via mobile
We visited Wallowa Lake from Portland. The tram to the top of the mountain has grand views. Take time to walk around the various trails to take in the sights. The trails are relatively easy to walk and you can take your time. There is a place to get food and drink before you return for the trip down.

Early morning kayaking provides the lake to yourself and a few paddle boarders.

Evenings can be spent playing miniature golf and eat ice cream.

A great Oregon secret.
Date of stay: August 2018
Thank Jacquie A
Richland, Washington
Reviewed 2 Sep 2018via mobile
We stopped here for meals twice on a long weekend visit. Dinner was great; fast tasty, great value considering we brought our own wine. The piano playing in the dining room was a nice bonus. But then we went back for breakfast, and what a contrast. Terrible biscuits and gravy,so so omelette, and overworked staff. Oh,and the restroom was out of tp in one stall and the other was about to flood over. 3 rating is an average of a five and a one.
Date of stay: September 2018
Thank patchcs
Pam F
Clarkston, Washington
Reviewed 31 Aug 2018
we were in room 205 and it was the smallest motel room we have ever stayed in. No view of the lake but was on lake side. No coffee, tv or phone. If you want breakfast you need to buy your own. It is a beautiful lodge but I felt very over priced for the small room with only a shower . People walking around all night so quite noises as well.
Date of stay: August 2018
Thank Pam F
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2 June 2017|
Response from JRiggsWLL | Property representative |
Good morning Vallerie, Thanks for contacting us. We know folks would love to bring Fido and Rover, but we're sticking with recent tradition to maintain the grounds for wildlife. The head of Wallowa Lake is a unique (and... More
5 September 2016|
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Response from Patricia M | Reviewed this property |
This a unique property, the menu is limited but it may be because they don't have a large area to draw from. They do a good job preparing the food and the wait staff is quite accommodating and friendly. I love the... More
29 August 2016|
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Response from Heather T | Property representative |
Please call the Wallowa Lake Lodge directly at 541-432-9821 and speak to the Front Desk for specific cabin or room availability. The office is open from 7:30 am to 11 pm Pacific Time daily in summer.
Room Tips
"if you can't walk up stairs no way to get upstairs not handicapped accessible at all. not all rooms..."
31 Aug 2018
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"Balcony room"
2 Aug 2018
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"The rooms on the south side (no lake view) would have hot afternoon sun. Can't see the lake from north..."
2 Aug 2018
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"Get a balcony!"
10 Jul 2018
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