The Lodge at Suttle Lake


Join Us for Our Annual Ground Blessing and Salmon Bake  

September 18th-19th
$35 per person
Includes all events

Friday, September 18th
7:30pm: Legends of our area told around the bon fire with Wilson Wewa from the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Smores following.

Saturday, September 19th
3pm: Fresh salmon will be baking over a bed of alder wood coals. Native American beading demonstration near the teepee, as well as cooking fry bread for dinner.

6:00pm: Dinner is Served
A Delicious buffet consisting of:
Fresh baked salmon
Fry bread and all the fixings

7-7:30: Drums and Dancing will begin
End your evening sitting around the bonfire enjoying conversation and smores!

Tickets available in advance by calling the Lodge: 541-595-2628 ext. 0



Our resort’s mountain views and pristine lake waters invite you to enjoy everything from outdoor adventures and activity to more leisurely and reflective pursuits.

Find the escape you need, at the edge of Suttle Lake under the soaring pines. Refined Northwestern furnishings, local wood carvings, and beautiful paintings accent this landmark lodge as you recharge next to the large stone fireplace in the Great Room of the Lodge overlooking the lake.

Access all Central Oregon has to offer while experiencing it first hand at your door step including gourmet dining at Wildflower Kitchen and Grill located in the Main Lodge!

We also feature:
  • A handicap-accessible cabin and lodge suite are available
  • Full kitchens in all historic and waterfront cabins
  • Comprehensive event catering to provide an array of services for corporate groups, reunions, weddings and more
  • Boat rentals: Kayaks, aluminum trolling boats, paddle boards, and canoes - come and enjoy!

More Info Here


What our guests are saying
Thank you for an amazing time - the kids loved it. We will be back for sure!

– Bobbi & Grant Harrison, Snoqualmie Washington
Came out for our 3 year anniversary, first visit, from Portland. Absolutely love it!

– Alberto, Julia & Chummy, Portland Oregon