Year Round Heated Swimming PoolLocated centrally amongst the Chalets at the Creekside Lodge clubhouse, the swimming pool is a family favorite when on vacation. Heated year round to a temperature of up to 88 degrees Fahrenheit, the water is comfortable even when you’re surrounded by mounds of snow.Leisure PoolA cross between a swimming pool and a hot tub, and a comfortable 101 degrees welcomes you after a day on the slopes or adventuring in the Mt. Hood National Forest. Settle in and relax in the soaking section of the pool, or float on over to the jetted walls to get that penetrating muscle relief after a long day of fun. Jetted Hot TubAt 104 degrees Fahrenheit and jetted to sooth your aching muscles, the hot tub will reenergize your body, mind and soul. Located just steps from the swimming pool enjoy the therapeutic jets before and after a swim in the pool.SaunaOur traditional dry sauna with steaming hot rocks offers a deep cleansing treat for the body, an immune system booster, and invigorating refreshment for the mind. Located inside the Creekside Lodge clubhouse, the sauna is only steps from the swimming pool for a cooling dip before or after your treatment.WI-FI Internet The Creekside Lodge offers complimentary WI-FI internet access to you and your guests. Many Chalets also offer complimentary WI-FI within the unit; however, since each individual Chalet is individually owned, not all Chalets offer this amenity. If you would like WI-FI in your Chalet, please request this at the time of making your reservation.Creekside LodgeCentrally located within the Chalets, this lodge features a rustic Cascadian design with 2,000 pound wood trusses and large stone wood burning fireplace. The great room offers complimentary WI-FI internet access and kitchen area for small gatherings or events. The lodge also houses the sauna and restrooms for those using the pool facilities. If you are interested in reserving the lodge for an event, contact us for more information.28-Acre Trail NetworkEnjoy a myriad of walking or snowshoeing trails right out your front door - perfect for a morning stroll or afternoon hike, and fun for the whole family, including your furry family member! Several trails span the 28-acres of the resort, leading you past creeks, around Collins Lake and through old growth rain forest. The trails also have historic relevance as it runs along he same path as portions of the Barlow Trail which was traveled by the original settlers of Government Camp. Marvel in the magnificent views of Mt. Hood and the surrounding area as you meander throughout the resort’s trails.Porch-to-Powder ShuttleYou and your guests will enjoy complimentary shuttle service from your front porch to the base area of Mt. Hood Skibowl, or in the summertime, the Mt. Hood Adventure Park. The shuttle service is available 7 days a week and offers special requests in scheduling a pickup time. The resort’s regular shuttle bus makes a loop between Skibowl West, the Grand Lodges, the Chalets, the Ratskeller restaurant in downtown Government Camp, Summit ski area and Skibowl East. The Porch-to-Powder Shuttle also operates with our On-Demand Concierge, so if you are looking for transportation to a location outside the regular loop, contact us to make arrangements. *Operating Schedule is Subject to Change.