Now taking reservations for our new hotel rooms, available February 10, 2017!

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About Grand Lodge

An escape into the extraordinary

This former Masonic & Eastern Star property is peppered with unique rooms, restaurants, a spa and free live music, events, and offers easy access to wilderness and wineries.

Here at Forest Grove's libation landmark–just 25 miles west of Portland–you'll enjoy local and seasonal pub fare in the two restaurants to fuel your next adventure. Pat's Corner offers seasonal outdoor seating on the lawn where you can glimpse the course, and, in summer months, enjoy live music along with your drinks on Thursday, Friday & Saturday evenings.

Recharge in one of the 77 European-style guestrooms, and you'll soon be on the mend in the Doctor's Office Bar, where pool tables beckon. Choose from distillery flights or signature cocktails; unwind with inventive beers and wines crafted from the very grapes and hops that characterize the Cascade region. And don't forget the happy hour from 10 p.m. to midnight. Late night revelers may meet the Lavender Lady, whose spirit is said to dance through the halls here. Spirits and historic figures are commemorated with fanciful art and local photographs.

Rejuvenate in the 102-degree soaking pool nestled among the outdoor greenery, which pairs well with a massage, manicure, foot treatment or other restorative wellness options at Ruby's Spa. Monthly specials mean you could try something soothing; hot stone massage and facials have been on special. Or combine luxuries with our Ruby's Spa Packages.

Nearby, guests can discover Hagg Lake, fishing, boats for rent, and trails for hiking and biking--as well as the thrills of a zipline park adjacent to the lake. More fishing and hiking spots are found in the Tillamook State Forest. To top it off, it's just a 60-minute drive from the Grand Lodge to the famed Oregon Coast.

While here in Oregon Wine Country, join in monthly guided overnight or day trips to dozens of area vineyards and winery tasting rooms. Also in Forest Grove is an opportunity to tour and taste at SakéOne, the leading brewer of craft saké in the U.S.

Your adventure awaits–may we suggest a nod to our beer with a Hammerhead package? Or possibly a tribute to wine: the Tour & Taste package? In this place, you really can't go wrong.

Due to private events, there are occasional closures
on the disc golf course and in the movie theater.
Please call (503) 992-9533 for availability. 

Grand Lodge Guestrooms

Check-in is at 3 p.m.; check-out is at 11 a.m.
Same day reservations must be made by calling the hotel.

Please pardon our dust
We're adding 22 hotel rooms all with private bathrooms and air conditioning!  The new rooms are available to book now for stays beginning February 10, 2017. 

Guestrooms at the Grand Lodge feature whimsical artwork, original porcelain sinks and cotton bathrobes. Guests may choose from rooms with private baths or convenient shared common bathrooms down the hall. The hotel's bunk rooms feature bunk beds and original porcelain sinks.  Our Foundation Rooms reflect authors, musicians and others who have influenced McMenamins in some way; there's the painting of Bob McMenamin (the father of Founders Mike and Brian) and his namesake "Bob's Bar" adjacent to the rooms, and rooms named after Bob Marley and JRR Tolkien. Artwork depicting Jerry Garcia is also featured. This wing is part of the building's foundation as well. So guests looking to stay close to Bob's Bar benefit from this selection of bunks, full and queen European rooms.

Hearing a suspicious knocking in the walls? Not to worry – it’s not a ghost or some noisy neighbors. It’s just our historic and efficient radiator warming up to keep things cozy. We do not have air conditioning within the guestrooms; however, all rooms feature large windows, and fans are available upon request.

Grand Lodge Lodging Packages

Check-in is at 3 p.m.; check-out is at 11 a.m.
Same day reservations must be made by calling the hotel.

McMenamins Frequent Guest Program

Every one of your overnight visits at our ten hotels count toward a free stay!  And you can accrue as many points for reward nights as you are able - there are no limits.

Please note: We are unable to issue points for reservations made through Expedia and For best results, book directly through or by calling our hotels.

How does it work?

  • First, create or update your profile in our online reservations system and follow the prompts to join the Frequent Guest Program; you'll receive monthly email reminders about the program.
  • Stay with us! Points are automatically rewarded 72 hours after check out - you'll receive 100 points per night in rooms with a common bath and 150 points per night in rooms with a private bath.  Your accrued points can be viewed at any time in your online profile. Please note: points accrued during your stay are not available for immediate redemption.
  • When you've accrued 600 points or more, availability search results on our online system will include a "600 point" rate for rooms with a common or shared bath (based on availability). Choose this rate to redeem your points. Add-ons, like our Romance Packages will still be available at regular prices.
  • When you've accrued 900 points or more, availability search results on our online system will include a "900 point" rate for rooms with a private bath (based on availability.  Please note some of our hotel properties only have private bath options).  Choose this rate to redeem your points. Add-ons, like our Romance Packages will still be available at regular prices.
  • You may also book redemption nights by phone or in person for future stays.


  • This offer is for individual bookings only; the offer does not apply to contracted groups or conferences.
  • All of your qualifying nights must be booked under the same guest profile for points to accrue correctly.
  • Only 1 room per night is accruable.
  • You must be a member of the Frequent Guest Program to accrue points and redeem your complimentary stays.
  • Qualifying nights begin the day you sign up!
  • The free room is based on a queen-size room.  Family Rooms at Edgefield and the Parish House at Old. St. Francis do not apply.
  • Based on availability; blackout dates may apply. No credit for "no-shows."
  • Hostel stays, reward nights and free or sponsored promotional stays are excluded from earning points in the program.
  • After 5 years of inactivity, your profile points and any reward nights are lost.

Any questions can be sent to
Please note: All rules are subject to change.

Lodging Policies


  • Room and package rates are the same for single or double occupancy. Add $15 per person after double occupancy. Children age six and under stay free.
  • A credit card for authorization purposes and ID are required at check-in.
  • Debit cards are accepted, however McMenamins is not responsible for overdrafts caused by holds on your account.
  • Add 9.8% state and county lodging tax to all room rates and overnight package.
  • Cancellations made less than 48 hours before arrival time are subject to penalty.
  • All overnight packages are subject to availability and are excluded from major holidays.
  • For ADA rooms, please contact the hotel directly.
  • Add $15 per pet, per day. Please read our Pet Policy page.
  • Rates are subject to change.
  • Stay with us often? Join our Frequent Guest Program and earn a night on us!

Surrounding Attractions

After you've explored the grounds, hung out in the soaking pool, gotten a treatment at Ruby's Spa and more, you might want to check out the surrounding area! Here are a few ideas...

Local Wineries

  • If you only have time for one attraction, this is it - don't miss Washington County's vineyards. While our neighbor to the south (the esteemed Willamette Valley) may be more well-known for its wineries, our Washington County area also hosts a multitude of wonderful vineyards, all within 10 miles of the hotel. Take a guided tour or just drive around by yourselves for the day.

Outdoor Recreation

  • Tap into your inner adventurer and climb and zipline your way through the trees at Tree to Tree Aerial Adventure Park
  • Five miles outside of town, enjoy the great outdoors at Henry Hagg Lake. Soak up the sunshine on water skis or boats. If it's not warm enough for sunbathing, the lake also offers great bike trails.

  • The Tillamook National Forest is within half an hour's drive and is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, with miles of trails for all levels of hikers and easy access to several rivers and streams for fishing or swimming.

  • The Fernhill Wetlands is a local sanctuary for waterfowl and birdwatchers alike.

  • For golfers, the area surrounding Forest Grove offers up several choices to practice a quick nine holes or go the whole eighteen.


  • Downtown Forest Grove hosts many antique dealers, boutiques and other small shops. Pick up a souvenir to remind you of your trip.

  • The Streets of Tanasbourne shopping mall is a short drive away and includes REI, Banana Republic, Macy's and more.

And for more ideas, check out the Washington County Visitor Association website.

Plan Your Trip to Grand Lodge

  • Ruby's Spa & Salon

    (503) 992-3406

    Ruby's Spa

    Named for the red-haired sorceress who adorns our Ruby Ale bottled beer and who is found in artwork throughout McMenamins' properties, our original spa (the big sister to our second location at Edgefield) is the perfect spot to while away some time in complete relaxation and comfort.

  • Grand Lodge Theater


    Grand Lodge Theater

    The Grand Lodge Theater combines old world charm with a new world theater experience – and movies daily! Enjoy the comfort of our moviegoing experience: new screen, sound system, deluxe rocker seats, couches and more.


See what's going on while you're here...


Festivals & Events


Artwork plays an important role in the character of McMenamins locations throughout Oregon and Washington. We believe art makes life richer and more enjoyable. So, you'll often find paintings covering our walls, ceilings doors, overhead pipes, and equipment – works as diverse and entertaining as our places for family and friends. Many artists have contributed to this vast variety of delightful eye candy. Jump in and enjoy some now!

  • The Big Green Topiary Cow

    The Big Green Topiary Cow
  • The Bird Whistler

    The Bird Whistler
  • The Big Eye

    The Big Eye
  • Giant Our Lady of Guadalupe Candle

    Giant Our Lady of Guadalupe Candle
  • Three Japanese Students

    Three Japanese Students
  • Orphans Sweep Up the Paint Flakes

    Orphans Sweep Up the Paint Flakes
  • The Tower

    The Tower
  • Ruby Wades Into the Swamp

    Ruby Wades Into the Swamp
  • Saxophones Flood the Lodge

    Saxophones Flood the Lodge
  • Walker Brothers

    Walker Brothers



After 20 years of planning and fundraising, designs are initiated at Forest Grove for a Masonic and Eastern Star Home for the State of Oregon "for the aged and infirm, and the poor and distressed worthy Master Masons, their widows and orphans . . ."


The first contract for construction was let on May 2, and the corner stone was laid June 16.


The main lodge's central area and east wing are completed on January 1. The first resident, Brother Henry Mounts, moves in on February 24. The dedication of the Home is held on June 14.


The smaller building, called the "Children's Cottage," is completed in November 1926. Intended to house orphans of Masons, the Cottage's capacity is 32 children.


It is determined that the orphanage should be closed because the relations between the elderly and the children are less than harmonious. Children start relocating to outside families.


The salaries of Home employees are slashed 15 percent.


New dairy barn built to save money on the cost of dairy products.


Farm and dairy is discontinued in view of financial deficits.


The Columbus Day Storm causes considerable damage: most of the Cottage roof is torn off, the dormer roof over the main lodge porch is damaged and twenty trees are uprooted. The power is knocked out and remains off for several hours, but the Home's auxiliary plant is in action within ten minutes of the power outage.


The offices of the Oregon Grand Lodge are relocated to the former Children's Cottage.


The Masons build the Jennings-McCall Center, a 72-unit elder-care apartment complex just north of the Masonic Home.


The Masons build Jennings-McCall II and a new Grand Lodge office and meeting facility with the intent of moving out of the original Masonic Home and Children's Cottage. McMenamins agrees to become the new "custodian" of the great old property. Renovation begins that fall.

March 1, 2000

The property reopens as McMenamins Grand Lodge.


Hold your Private Event at Grand Lodge

Weddings  Meetings  Social Events

An event at the Grand Lodge will leave a lasting impression on your guests, whether they are colleagues, family reunion attendees or friends gathering for a wedding celebration. We offer a variety of event spaces, guestrooms, a full-service spa, disc golf course and more.

A gathering at the Grand Lodge takes you into a beautifully rural wine-country setting – yet is still convenient to the Portland International and Hillsboro Regional airports and only 30 minutes to downtown Portland.

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