Timberline Lodge

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

27500 E Timberline Rd, Government Camp, OR, 97028
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86%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
46%
162
Very Good
31%
111
Average
9%
33
Poor
9%
32
Terrible
3%
14

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Similarly priced and rated as other 3 star hotels

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  • Families82
  • Couples78
  • Solo76
  • Business71

Travel Tips for Government Camp

The convenient convenience stores

by goingsolo

There are two convenience stores at Government Camp. The second is larger and has pretty much everything you need to stock up for camping or daily excursions on the mountain. Surprisingly, I couldn't find any Poptarts, but that probably would not disappoint too many people other than myself. But there was plenty of sugar laden energy fuel for even the longest backpacking trip.

This is also your only stop for miles and there's no place at Timberline where you can get supplies other than water and soda, so if you're planning on an extended hike, this would be a good place to stop beforehand.

Cascade Concrete Rules

by skpiste

Snow sports are the dominant theme here. Lots of summer activities for the family types and younger crowd. Heavy beer drinking and a weird exclusion to hard alcohol for a few months in the summer. The famous Mirror Pond is a short hike down the road and good biking trails too.
Timberlibe in the winter is mild terrain wise with Meadows having the better terrain. Ski Bowl has the real steeps but only as low snow levels allow. A quick hikle into the Outback is a must at the Bowl but avoid getting stuck in "Death Valley" if you are a snowboarder. Beating the crap out of a guy who stole a few snowboards off the deck of the Beer Stube. Hey, I'm not generally into violence but don't steal a fellers ride man !
The Stube is the spot for surly mountain locals. Dont talk to the locals they bite (well, only if you have a distaste for crappy metal tunes)...

Gateway to Mount Hood

by goingsolo

Government Camp can't compare to destination ski towns such as Vail, Oark City or Whistler. If you're looking for a high end ski destination, or a place with an apres ski scene, you will be disappointed. But Government Camp has two qualities that make it a great place for skiiers or climbers- its friendly and its functional.

Located just off the Timberline Mountain Road, Government Camp is a small trip of motels, seasonal ski equipment shops and convenience stores. It is not a destination in itself, but a great basecamp for mountain pursuits.

I arrived in Government Camp on a rainy Friday afternoon with Mount Hood in my sights. Mentally, that is, because the weather was preventing me from seeing little more than a few feet of the road in front of me. Since the only nightlife I planned to see was a trailhead, the lack of entertainment options was hardly bothersome. I found a great hotel here where the staff could not have been more helpful, a restaurant with decent food and a great beer selection to mitigate the disappointment of the aborted climb and the convenience of having Mount Hood just minutes away. In short, it was everything I needed.

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Address: 27500 E Timberline Rd, Government Camp, OR, 97028