Welcome to Oakridge Lodge & Guest House


Oakridge Lodge & Guest House provides both private rooms and shared bunk rooms to accommodate solo travelers. Included with your stay is a gourmet breakfast using local and organic ingredients.

The Lodge is in a walking district called the Uptown Neighborhood.  An English style pub is 6 blocks away.  Along the same path you will find a bakery, barber shop, museum, post office and the library.  

Oakridge is a town of 3,300 residents that's above the fog and below the snow at 1200’ elevation.

Biking, hiking, fishing, raftingkayaking and skiing are just some of the recreational opportunities in the Oakridge area.

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Travel Oregon recently recognized the Oakridge Lodge & Guest House as Bike Friendly!   We offer: locked and covered storage, bike repair stand, tools, washing station, space for tandems & trailers, pumps, and drying room.  Full service bike shop is .5 mile away with maps, route/trail updates, and more!  Oakridge is an IMBA [International Mountain Biking Association] Ride Center and has hundreds of miles of easily accessible single track . Road cycling routes starting from our front door feature extremely low car traffic and wilderness quality scenery.   

Seasonal News...

April 19, 2014: In case you don't have plans for Mother's Day yet, consider visiting us in Oakridge!  We would treat her like a 'Queen', especially at breakfast! Local artist Laura Robson has put together one of her fabulous felting workshops on Saturday, May 10 with Mom in mind!  You could either invite her, give her a scholarship, or go together and each take home a completed felting project.  The rest of the weekend can be spent hiking, biking, and tracking down spring wildflowers.  

  TravelOregon's Rural Tourism Studio entry won a Platinum Award at the 'Leadership in Sustainable Travel' competition on February 24, 2014 in New York City.  The award was presented by HSMAI at their annual Adrian Awards in conjunction with National Geographic Traveler.  This video about Oakridge's tourism, trail building, and the local economy was shown at the event.  Andy Maser made the film for Travel Oregon on location in March 2013.


The limelight is on Oakridge again in a  feature article written by Nicole Formosa in the March 2014 issue of BIKE magazine, on the newsstands now!

Please contact us to plan your trip, phone 541.782.4000 or by email info@oakridge-lodge.com. We look forward to seeing you. 

Oakridge Ukulele Players Group

Join us each Wednesday at 5:30 PM at the Lion Mtn Bakery, 4 blocks east of the Lodge on First St.  New players and visitors are welcome!