About the Lodge
Experience a taste of history, the beauty of untouched nature and just enough modern conveniences to ensure a truly memorable vacation or event! The Lodge at Cedar Springs is a ‘working farm’ that truly has it all—gorgeous gardens, serene spaces and a variety of rooms with extraordinary views of Day Creek and the Cascade foothills. Stroll to the picture-perfect creek for a swim or some fishing. Marvel at the area’s wildlife as you explore trails on 50-acres of secluded property and adjoining Forest Service land.
Perfect for family vacations, weddings, retreats and other events—away from the hustle and bustle of modern life—The Farm at Cedar Springs boasts accommodations for 10 to 20 guests, a fully equipped gourmet kitchen, inviting furniture, beautiful wood decor, vaulted ceilings and rustic charm to spare. So, come gather, spread out and relax together in this historic destination you won’t soon forget.
Lodge at Cedar Springs Booking Availability
Inquire about Mid-Week Summer Specials
Questions about booking? Fill out the form below
or contact Micheal at (360) 661-4063 or Michael@LodgeatCedarsprings.com
After the dates have been confirmed use the pay-pal button on the right to secure your reservation.
On my back resting in the front yard while looking up through the bright green leaves of the birch tree, I had a thought. Some days are kind. Seventy degrees, slight breeze, blue skies and nothing to do in the late afternoon but hang out with Lucky and savor the...read more
Lucky is the oldest dog on the farm, the one who will greet you when you step out of your car. He is part wolf, part husky and many people think, part human. If he likes you, he will lean into you and that’s his way of saying, ‘Welcome!’ Lucky is the smartest dog we...read more
It really is spring in the northwest when the nettles under the cedar trees begin to poke out, the flowering red currant unfurls it’s pink buds and our chorus of Pacific tree frogs – the spring peepers – fill the air with ka-reeks that can be heard all over the farm....read more