Nestled Among The Pines
Our rustic log lodge, built in 1929, is known for its great home cooking, friendly faces and relaxing atmosphere. You might also recognize it as a filming location from the movie Wild.
Stop into the Lodge for a bite to eat from our restaurant, complete with a full cocktail bar sure to impress even the most seasoned of travelers. We even offer rental cabins for those who like to experience the outdoors without leaving the comfort of home. A recreational paradise for fishing, hiking, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, or just plain loafing! So much awaits you at majestic Paulina Lake.
The Paulina Lake Lodge General Store is stocked during the summer months with clothes, food, beer and other supplies for any outdoor enthusiast. Guest can stock up on basic provisions at our general store (open only during the summertime).
The store is also a complete tackle and bait shop, however we DO NOT sell fishing licenses. Please purchase your fishing license online through the ODFW. The store is available exclusively for our guests.
Paulina Lake was devoid of fish till July of 1912, when local citizens group stocked both Paulina and East Lakes. The Oregon Game Commission shipped Rainbow trout fingerlings to Bend by train. From Bend, it took horse drawn wagons all night to reach Paulina Prairie as the road was merely two ruts with alternating chuck holes.
Paulina Lake is located on Forest Service Land in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. Within Newberry Crater are two lakes: Paulina (250 feet deep) and East (170 feet deep). Paulina Lake is one of the deeper lakes in Oregon.
"Our family has been coming to Paulina Lake for over 70 years, each generation passing on the love of this place! The cabins are rustic. The view is outstanding. Great hiking and a trip to the Obsidian Flow and Paulina Peak are a must."
We had a wonderful time!! We stayed in the Reed cabin that had plenty of room for all us and the kids had great time as well. The cabin was well stocked and the beds were so comfortable. The owners were very friendly and the staff was pleasant as well. I would absolutely recommend staying there. We brought our own food and water, like we always do when we travel. We also ate at the restaurant, which by the way was the best prime rib we've ever had. The scenery is amazing