The Lodge at Service Creek

 
 

A Place with History & Charm

The Lodge at Service Creek offers guests a unique and comfortable lodging experience. This beautiful home boasts of simple charm in a lovely setting. It was originally known as “Tilly’s Boarding House” and catered to folks traveling in the early 1920’s.
 
 
It is one of three buildings on the property dating back to the early 1900’s. These buildings also include the original Post Office of Service Creek and the barn, used when Service Creek was a stagecoach stop.
 
 
Service Creek Lodge

The Lodge at Service Creek


 

The two story building is handcrafted and has been lovingly restored in such a way that it’s original alluring appeal has been maintained. It is quaint and cozy, offering guests plenty of room to stretch out, relax and enjoy themselves.  With two gorgeous decks, a wrap around porch, a community kitchen and a common room, The Lodge at Service Creek is the perfect location to serve as a base camp to explore what the John Day Basin has to offer:

  • John Day Fossil Beds National Monument
  • The Painted Hills in Mitchell
  • Hunting in Fossil
  • Swimming, fishing & playing in the John Day River
  • The Thomas Condon Interpretive Center (Sheep Rock Unit) past Kimberly
Service Creek Stagecoach Barn

Service Creek Barn

 
 
This is the perfect place for family and/or business retreats. Up to 17 people can be accomodated and it is air conditioned.  For more information about renting the entire lodge for events, please contact us for pricing.

Animals traveling with their families are welcome. Please see the Lodge Policies for more details.

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