Rooms & Rates

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  • If booking online, we will contact you to collect the required deposit.
  • All Rooms Feature Satellite TV with DVD Players
  • Free WIFI Internet Access
  • Rooms are Air Conditioned
  • Room 1, Ice House Cabin and Lake View Cabin are pet friendly

Room 1

This ground floor suite is our most spacious room and is pet friendly. There is ADA access and a private porch. The room has two queen size beds and love sofa. The bath has a tub with shower. Satellite television with DVD player. Air conditioning. Coffee and maker.

$269-$299
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Room 2

A spacious second floor room with a vaulted ceiling, a view of McGee Creek with two queen size beds. This room is not pet friendly. The bath has tub with shower. Satellite television with DVD player. Air Conditioning. Coffee and maker.

$239-$269
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Room 3

With a magnificent view of McGee Mountain and the Sierras, this room is not pet friendly. It features one queen size bed, love sofa and a shower in the bath. Satellite television. Air conditioning. Coffee and maker.

$169-$199
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Room 4

This second floor room is not pet friendly. It has exquisite views of Crowley Lake, Glass Mountains, and the White Mountains. The room features one king size bed, a writing table with a view, love sofa and a luxury tub with shower. Satellite television. Air conditioning. Coffee and maker.

$169-$199
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Room 5

Not pet friendly. With unique angles and character, this second floor room looks out on Nevada Ridge and the Sierras. The room has one queen size bed, love sofa. Bath has a shower. Satellite television. Air conditioning. Coffee and maker.

$169-$199
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Room 6

Not pet friendly. This second floor room has great views of Crowley Lake and the Glass and White Mountains. One twin and one double bed occupy this room. There is a writing table with a view and the bath has an oversize luxury tub with shower. Satellite television. Air conditioning. Coffee and maker.

$179-$209
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Room 7

Not pet friendly. This second floor room has a view of the Sierras. Their are three beds and a love sofa, making this a great family room. The bath has tub and shower. Satellite television. Air conditioning. Coffee and maker.

$239-$269
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Room 8

  • Not pet friendly. This room has an unobstructed view of Crowley Lake, the Glass and White Mountains. There is one king size bed, with a fabulous view from the bed, love sofa and an extra large shower with skylight. Satellite television. Air conditioning. Coffee and maker.

$169-$189
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Lake View Cabin

The Lake View Cabin (formerly known as “The Caretakers Cabin”) is one of our pet friendly units and sits apart from the main Lodge for more privacy and  It has a  queen bed in the bedroom and a queen bed in the loft (access by ladder). The cabin has a comfortable living area with a full kitchen, espresso & coffee maker, micro wave, refrigerator and a stove with oven. Bathroom has a shower only, no tub.  This cute cabin comes with satellite television, DVD player, free wi-fi, and a stereo CD player.

$299-$349
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Ice House Cabin

Newly renovated and pet friendly, the Ice House Cabin will sleep 4 with a queen in the upstairs* loft and a queen size convertible sleeping couch in the living area. Bath has tub and shower. There is a full kitchen with stove, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. This cabin sits apart from the main lodge for more privacy. Direct TV and free WiFi.

*The stairs are the original classic narrow stairs that might not be suitable for any ‘stair challenged’ guests.

$299-$349
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ICE HOUSE HISTORY

An ice house is a building used to store ice throughout the year, commonly used prior to the invention of the refrigerator. They were usually man-made structures and were always close to natural sources of winter ice such as freshwater lakes or ponds.

During the winter, before the McGee Creek Lodge had refrigeration, ice would be harvested from the trout ponds across the original highway (known today as Crowley Lake Drive). The ice would then be taken into the ice house and be packed with insulation (straw or sawdust). The ice would remain frozen for many months, often until the following winter, and could be used as a source of ice during the summer months. The main application of the ice was the storage of foods, but it could also be used simply to cool drinks, or in the preparation of cold desserts such as ice cream.

We hope you enjoy your stay in the historic Ice House Cabin at the McGee Creek Lodge!