Cheap place to stay near Hood

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Cheap place to stay near Hood

by coldworlder » Tue Jun 12, 2012 10:45 pm

Traveling to Mt. Hood and need a place to stay on the 21st - preferably cheap! Suggestions?

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Re: Cheap place to stay near Hood

by philoparts » Wed Jun 13, 2012 2:25 am

I was looking when I went up for a few alpine courses, Sandy was the cheapest with an hour drive. What I ended up doing the first night was borrow my dads truck and slept in the back. Miserable night, 40mph wind and snow. Decided to just drive from my folks place which was about 1.5 hours. Other option is staying in Hood River, still about an hour drive.

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Re: Cheap place to stay near Hood

by ExcitableBoy » Wed Jun 13, 2012 2:36 pm

I've always spent the night in the Timberline Lodge parking lot in the back of my truck. Probably the closest motel would be the Best Western in Government Camp (can't verify personally, just did a Google search).

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Re: Cheap place to stay near Hood

by dskoon » Wed Jun 13, 2012 2:49 pm

Try the Huckleberry Inn. Reasonable rates, etc. Don't forget to try one of their Huckleberry shakes, post-climb, on your way out of town. Yum! :)


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