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About Kalama Harbor Lodge

McMenamins and the Port of Kalama, Washington, have agreed on a lease to build a new property on the Columbia River, 30 minutes north of Portland off Interstate 5. The new destination will include 40 hotel rooms, a restaurant, a rooftop pub and a brewery.

Architecture will be modeled after the Pioneer Inn in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii. Similar architecture can also be found today in Kalama in an 1870s structure that was the Northern Pacific Railway's hospital. John Kalama, originally of Kula, Maui, lived in the area as an employee of the Hudson's Bay Company. The Kalama River and the city both bear his name. Descendants of John Kalama are members of the Nisqually and Warm Springs Tribes. There is a second 500-square-foot pub to be constructed nearby. 

The McMenamins Kalama facility will honor the town's roots with unique architecture, art and visual touches.

The new facility is estimated to open before the end of 2017.

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 Booking.com. For best results, book directly through mcmenamins.com 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.

Rules

  • 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 loyalty@mcmenamins.com.
Please note: All rules are subject to change.

Edgefield Surrounding Attractions

Welcome to the Columbia River Gorge, one of the most scenic and historic areas of the Pacific Northwest! Apart from the many entertainments available right at Edgefield (golf, pool, wine tasting, shopping, spa treatments and so on), there are nearby options galore for shopping, touring, hiking, skiing and more – and this is just a start...

Sightseeing

Multnomah Falls is the number-one scenic attraction in Oregon. This beautiful year-round waterfall offers excellent photo opportunities, as well as a series of easy-to-difficult hikes, just twenty minutes east of Edgefield.

Vista House at Crown Point is called the most photographed icon of the Columbia Gorge, with its stunning vantage point high above the river. Built in 1916–1918, the structure recently underwent a renovation to restore it to its original glory.

If you feel like a drive through the countryside, the Historic Columbia River Highway makes for a delightful outing and begins just a few miles from Edgefield. Designed in 1913 specifically to take advantage of the Gorge's magnificent views, it was the first highway in the nation to be named a National Historic Landmark.

See the Gorge from a different vantage point – from on the river itself! Drive half and hour to Cascade Locks to board the Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler, an authentic triple-decked paddle wheeler.

The Confluence Project is a series of seven art installations along the Columbia River Basin created by architect Maya Lin to evoke the history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The third site, a bird blind at the Sandy River Delta, is a short drive from Edgefield and features a family-friendly one-mile walk to an elliptical bird blind on the quiet, reflective Sandy River Delta.

For another gorgeous driving daytrip into the Gorge, travel the Mount Hood Scenic Byway, which is filled with beautiful panoramas of valleys, waterfalls, family farms and nurseries and more.

Outdoor Recreation

Nearby Mount Hood offers skiing, snowboarding, hiking and more 365 days a year. Check out the historic Timberline Lodge or Mount Hood Meadows for snow conditions.

Edgefield sits at the mouth of the Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area, one of the nation's most beautiful regions. The opportunities for exploration are immense – watersports, hiking, driving tours, skiing, sightseeing, rafting and beyond.

Did you know that Hood River, OR, is the windsurfing capital of the world? Even if you don't windsurf (yet!), the hour's drive from Edgefield to this quaint city on the Columbia River is worth it just to watch the experts on the water.

Shopping

  • The Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets beckon, just a mile away from Edgefield. Visit stores including GAP Outlet, Adidas, Eddie Bauer, Liz Claiborne and many others.

  • Stroll through quaint Historic Downtown Troutdale for a relaxing afternoon – it offers art galleries, antique shops, boutiques and more.

  • There is plenty of shopping to be found in downtown Portland, just twenty minutes west of Edgefield – go to travelportland.com for info!

Art

  • Kalama Flood of '48

    Kalama Flood of '48
  • Ross LaRoy

    Ross LaRoy
  • Kristi Test 2

    Kristi Test 2

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