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“Thank each of you for allowing me to “come down”, enjoy the peace/quiet/serenity of your place. It was necessary and an interlude I won’t soon forget to appreciate! Food….conversation….care and attentiveness…..absolutely enjoyable and needed! Thank you and see you again!
Tom Hayes, Union, OR

Our rooms all feature private baths, a combination of luxuriously comfortable twin, double, queen or king sized beds, Snug Wool mattress pads, plush robes, incredibly soft towels to lose yourself in, softsoap, shampoo and personal care sundries, plenty of fresh air and incomparable views.

We provide access to our fully outfitted commercial kitchen, walk-in cooler, freezers and grill for guest use instead of meal service. Kick back, relax on yourown schedule, and enjoy!

Crystalwood Lodge is entirely nonsmoking, however, we do have a designated outdoor smoking area on ourwrap-around deck.

The entire Lodge is very affordably available as a private vacation rental for your family reunion, wedding, church retreat, corporate meeting, workshopor other get-together. In addition to the guest roomswith private baths and fully-outfitted commercial kitchen, we have extensive guest common areas and grounds suitable for nearly any size group or event. Click here for pricing and availabilityor call our toll-free number: 866-381-2322.

Group vacation rental rates for the entire Lodgedepend on the length of rental stay…the longeryou stay, the less per night your rental is.

Individual room prices are for double occupancy and exclude our 9% room tax. Additional persons are $10/person on individual room rentals. LodgeExclusives, group pricing and extended stays available, please call for details or visit our News and Specials page.

 

Now Featuring FREE High Speed Wireless Internet!

Bring your computer or smart phone outfitted with a WiFi card and enjoy access throughout the Lodge to high speed wireless internet. This browsing and email service is complementary and is available in all guest rooms and throughout the guest common areas in the Lodge and on our wrap-around decks. Not available for streaming since we are on a satellite system.

Don’t forget to bring your favorite movies or videos to enjoy on the TV/DVD/VCR system in ourground floor Great Room. We also have a small selection of inhouse movies and videos available(many of which are dog and/or Iditarod related, surprise, surprise!), which you’re welcome to enjoy while you’re here as well.

A few of the other items to consider bringing and enjoying:

  • Telescope for stargazing…NO light pollution!
  • Fishing rods/poles…take your best shot at our trophy wild redband rainbow trout, just outside Crystalwood’s front door. Fishing season is end of April – end of October, Oregon fishing license required.
  • Binoculars, cameras and fields guides…wildlife abounds, including resident and migratory birds, mammals of all shapes and sizes, wildflowers, mushrooms…lose yourself in our Wild Kingdom!
  • Bicycles…Westside Road is a marvelous and scenic biking experience and hundreds of miles of Forest Service roads and trails are just off the Crystalwood Property.
  • X-C skis…The Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge is immediately adjacent to Crystalwood Lodge. Miles of untracked skiing await you, as well as several hundred miles of our nearby groomed Winter Trail System. Get out there and enjoy the Cascades like you’ve never seen before!

Year-round: $120
(Room rate includes commercial kitchen privileges, linens, towels and housekeeping service)

1 Double Bed – Private Bath

On the third floor, Nome features a double bed, closet, dresser, dog crate and private bath with shower. Nome has wonderful sunrises overlooking Crystal Spring and the Upper Klamath Wildlife Refuge. Nome is the end of the trail for the Iditarod sled dog race, and all finishers passing under the burled arch on Front Street have earned their finisher’s belt buckle and patch for a job well done.

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Year-round: $120 (2 twins) or $140 (king bed)
(Room rate includes commercial kitchen privileges, linens, towels and housekeeping service)

2 Twin Beds or 1 King Bed – Private Bath

On the second floor, Kaltag features 2 configurations, either with 2 twin beds or a single king bed, closet and dresser, dog crate and private bath with shower. It faces the front of the lodge, with a view of the spring and the Upper Klamath Wildlife Refuge. Great for birders, as the birds are active throughout the day. As a checkpoint, Kaltag is a major milestone, where the race leaves the Yukon River and turns toward the Bering Sea.

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Year-round: $130
(Room rate includes commercial kitchen privileges, linens, towels and housekeeping service)

1 Queen Bed – Private Bath

Ruby is on the second floor and features a queen bed, closet and dresser, dog crate and private bath with shower. Ruby has a meadow, forest and mountain view, overlooking the front meadow and forest as well as Cherry Peak rising across the road. At the Ruby checkpoint the race leaves the landlocked Interior and embarks upon the Yukon River..

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Year-round: $105
(Room rate includes commercial kitchen privileges, linens, towels and housekeeping service)

1 Twin Bed – Private Bath

On the second floor, Iditarod is a single room with a twin bed, armoire, and private bath across hall. It is our only room facing north, with a view of the knoll behind the lodge, towering Ponderosa pines and Goosenest mountain in the distance. Iditarod does not have a dog crate in it, but one can be placed in the hallway immediately outside the door, or feel free to bring your own dog bed. A ghost town for many years, Iditarod is one of the smallest checkpoints along the race trail.

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Year-round: $165
(Room rate includes commercial kitchen privileges, linens, towels and housekeeping service)

1 Queen Bed and 2 Twin Beds – Private Bath

McGrath is our largest room, featuring a queen and two twin beds, private bath with shower, dog crate and private entrance via the back stairs with direct access to the upper and lower screened viewing decks. The upper viewing deck provides expansive views overlooking Crystal Spring and Creek, the forest to the south, and the Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge to the east. About a third of the way into the race, McGrath is one of the largest checkpoints in the race, and is an air cargo hub ferrying supplies, dropped dogs and volunteers throughout the length of the race.

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Year-round: $120 (2 twins) or $140 (king bed)
(Room rate includes commercial kitchen privileges, linens, towels and housekeeping service)

2 Twin Beds or 1 King Bed – Private Bath

On the third floor, Rainy Pass features 2 configurations, either with 2 twin beds or a single king bed, closet, dresser, dog crate and private bath with shower. Rainy Pass has a meadow, forest and mountain view, overlooking the front meadow and forest as well as Cherry Peak rising across the road. Rainy Pass is the highest checkpoint in the race, as teams crest the Alaska Range and head down the backside into the Interior.

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Year-round: $150
(Room rate includes commercial kitchen privileges, linens, towels and housekeeping service)

1 Queen Bed and 1 Twin Bed – Private Bath

On the second floor, Skwentna features a queen and twin bed combination, closet and dresser, dog crate and private bath with shower. It has a mountain and meadow view, overlooking the front meadow and forest as well as Luther Mountain rising across the road. The Skwentna checkpoint is early in the race, and features a vaudeville type skit put on by the volunteers known as the “Skwentna Follies”.

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