Oregon State Parks will run the inn until a concessionaire can be found. According to ranger Nathan Seable, eight rooms will be available for overnight stays and guided tours will be available.
Visitors who choose to stay the night will be treated to a historical experience, which means the inn will not offer the same level of service and expertise visitors would expect from a traditional hotel.
The Oregon State Parks Department has twice put out the call for proposals from potential operators. It plans to do so again, in an effort to find someone who’s willing to operate the inn for the state and potentially re-open the inn’s restaurant as well.
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