On Hill Lodging

Winter Yurt Rentals

Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort offers two yurts available for overnight stays. Our unique “front/back-country’ yurts are located within the Nordic trail system and are within 1/4 mile of the main lodge. Each boasts breathtaking views and an unforgettable experience.

The yurts are fully outfitted with a wood stove for heat (including cut and split firewood), propane stove for cooking, small kitchen with cookware and kitchen basics, lanterns for light, bunks with comfy sleeping pads, large table, cooler, games, and access to an outhouse restroom.

Yurt Guests are guaranteed lift tickets at a discounted rate (10% off), so plan to purchase your tickets upon arrival (no need to pre-purchase or reserve).

Please know that while we all love dogs, we cannot allow them in them in the yurts.

Reservations open October 15th at 9am at this link.

Gunsight Yurt, 16 foot diameter

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  • Located along the Campground Loop trail
  • Nightly rate: $200
  • NYE, MLK & President’s (Fri-Mon): $250
  • Click here to view interior photos of the Gunsight Yurt

Hoffer Yurt, 20 foot diameter

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  • Located along the Anthony Lake Loop trail
  • Nightly rate: $250
  • NYE, MLK & President’s (Fri-Mon): $300
  • Interior photos coming soon!

Guard Station

We are pleased to offer the historic Anthony Lake Guard Station as a lodging option at the Mountain during the winter months.

The Guard Station is fully equipped with electricity, running water, a gas stove, and can comfortably sleep up to 8 people.

Guests are guaranteed lift tickets at a discounted rate (10% off) and can enjoy catered family style meals.

The Guard Station is equipped with a small kitchen, including cookware and kitchen basics and beds with comfy sleeping pads.

We love dogs, but we cannot allow them in the Guard Station.

Guard Station Amenities List

There is a two-night minimum for reservations and the cost is $350/night.

Photo Credit: Paul Clark

RV Parking & Camping

ALMR offers RV and overnight parking in the lower parking lot. All parking, including the 13 electric plug in spots, are available on a first come, first served basis. No RV and overnight parking are permitted in the upper/Lodge parking area.

RVs must be backed in as far as possible. Tow vehicles must be parked across the road to ensure two way traffic for snow removal and emergency vehicles. Please do not park your tow vehicle or any additional cars next to your RV.

Guests must display the ALMR Overnight Parking Pass in addition to the ODOT Sno-Park pass.

Overnight Parking Passes are available for purchase for $25/night (with power) or $10/night without power. Passes can be purchased upon arrival at the Ticket Booth. The fees are an Admin and Utility cost recovery fee designed to offset ALMR’s cost to provide power, bathrooms, snow removal, and administrative labor.

ALMR provides eight (8) 30 amp outlets and five (5) 15 amp outlets (each 110V outlet has two plugs). ALMR will also provide an outhouse for RV’s that are not fully self-contained.

Overflow parking is located at the west-end of the lower parking lot, opposite of the RV row with power.

If you arrive at night following the closure of the Day Lodge, an Overnight Parking Pass must be purchased and on display by 10am the following day. Any RV that plans to camp while ALMR is not in operation, generally Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, prior arrangements must be made. Please contact Treyce Schireman, at treyce@anthonylakes.com. Payment will be accepted prior to or following days that ALMR is closed. Payment is required on days that ALMR is not in operation.

Please read & understand the following term:

  • No overnight vehicles/RV’s without a valid and displayed ALMR RV overnight parking pass.
  • No vehicles/RV’s will be left unattended overnight. Any RV’s or vehicles left unattended overnight will be considered abandoned and towed by Superior Towing, Baker City, OR at the owners expense.
  • All RV’s will follow direction provided by ALMR personnel. This may result in moving the RV to accommodate snow removal requirements outlined by ODOT and the USFS 24hrs a day.
  • There is a 13 consecutive day limit for overnight camping at ALMR.
  • Quiet hours are 10pm-8am. Please respect your neighbors.
  • If your RV is larger than 22’, prior approval from the General Manager must be obtained and a specific location will be identified to park. Please call ahead if this is the case to obtain prior approval.
  • No RV parking in the lower lot Noon-5pm every Wednesday for snow removal.
  • Dogs must be attended and picked up after. Dog waste bags are provided at or near the outhouse provided. Please do not let them run free without supervision. Keep them on leash. Dogs may not be tied to RV and left outside unattended while RV is unoccupied.
  • Please respect ALMR and the USFS property by cleaning up after yourself and not leaving any trash or empties upon departure. A dumpster is provided in the upper parking lot to dispose of waste prior to your departure.
  • Do not park vehicles in front of RV’s. A minimum of 22’ must be maintained from the RV to the adjacent parking for the safety of our guests and per ODOT, USFS and Sno-Park Regulations.
  • Loss of power due to weather is not the responsibility of ALMR. Refunds will not be provided in the event of power loss to the RV hookups.
  • Sites may not be saved as this is based strictly on first come-first serve.
  • If there is an open site in RV row then it is open. Pull in then purchase a parking permit at the Retail Shop located in the day lodge.
  • All ALMR employees know and understand the rules of the RV parking and understand the reasoning behind them. Any ALMR employee working or off duty will be respected and has the authority to revoke RV parking privileges.
  • One Camp Host will be available for any questions or concerns at the Shop end of the RV camping row.
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