Sacajawea Lodge is a beautiful log structure with four condo-like units, each with a loft as a second bedroom. Each fully-furnished unit sleeps five to six guests and two of the units have kitchens.
The downstairs features a bunk room and can sleep an additional twenty guests. Bring your sleeping bag and bunk with your friends for that weekend of fun.
The large deck off the lower level overlooks Camp Creek for the perfect evening of peace and quiet. The Corporate Conference and Meeting Room is on the lower level. Great for those stress free retreats! Family reunions find the Sacajawea Lodge the perfect place for everyone to gather for those special family moments that make lasting, cherished memories.
Sacajawea Lodge is named in honor of the Indian maid that joined the Lewis & Clark Expedition of 1803. Her contribution was invaluable to Lewis & Clark. A small account of the Lewis & Clark expedition can be found on our History page following the Gallogly Springs history article.