Multnomah Falls

Thank you for your interest in an overnight stay at the Lodge. Unfortunately, the building was originally constructed as a day lodge only, and does not offer overnight accommodations.

Available for public viewing, the Lodge houses a U.S. Forest Service interpretive center, an exceptional gift shop, snack bar, espresso cart and public restrooms on the plaza level. The second floor accessed by Stair or elevator is home to the restaurant lobby and dining rooms, spectacular patio dining in suitable weather, cozy lounge and bar area.

Access to the hiking path to the top of the Falls, which leads you on a one mile climb on paved trail, rewards you with an exhilarating viewing platform, and a breathtaking view of the Columbia River Gorge. The trail head is found at the lower viewing platform at the base of the waterfall.

We would be delighted to have you join us for a meal. Reservations for the dining rooms can be made by calling 503-695-2376. We look forward to seeing you.

Visitor Amenities

everything you can expect when you visit the falls


Inside the Lodge (duplicate)


Inside the Lodge (duplicate) (duplicate)


Inside the Lodge (duplicate) (duplicate)

10 Miles East, Cross Bridge, then 2 Miles East

1131 SW Skamania Lodge Way
Stevenson, WA

800-221-7117


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